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Free_WiFi:
ScopeFun - Open Source Instrumentation
Several instruments in one device
Oscilloscope, Arbitrary Waveform Generator, Spectrum Analyzer, Logic Analyzer, Digital Pattern Generator.
Open source
Software, firmware and hardware sources are available for free. All under open source license.
Cross Platform
Software runs on Windows, Linux and Mac.

Specifications
Oscilloscope
No. of Channels: 2
Analog bandwidth (-3 dB): 100 Mhz
Sampling rate, max.: 250 MSps dual ch. (500 MSps single ch.) / 2,0 Gsps with Equivalent-Time Sampling (ETS)
Sampling rate, min.: 50 Sps
Resolution: 10 bit
Memory depth: 128.000.000 samples per channel
Voltage ranges (with 1× probe): 10 mV, 20 mV, 50 mV, 100 mV, 200 mV, 500 mV, 1 V, 2 V per division
Voltage ranges (with 10× probe): 100 mV, 200 mV, 500 mV, 1 V, 2 V, 5 V, 10 V, 20 V per division
Input Offset: adjustable
Input coupling: DC, AC, GND
Input impedance: 1 MΩ || 18 pF
Max. input voltage: +/-20 V
Overvoltage protection: +/- 50 V ( permanent )
LED trigger indicator

Waveform Generator
No. of Channels: 2
Sampling rate: 200 Msps
Resolution: 12 bit
Output impedance: 50 Ω
Output amplifier bandwidth: 30 Mhz
Waveform shapes: Sin, Cos, Triangle, Saw, Ramp up/down, Delta, DC, Noise, Custom
Custom waveform memory: 32.768 Samples per Channel
Max out. Voltage: +/- 2,0 V
Offset and Level adjustable
Overvoltage protection: +/- 25 V ( permanent )
Short-circuit protection

Logic Analyzer / Pattern Generator
No. of Channels: 12 (logic analyzer / pattern generator: 6-input / 6-output; 12-input; 12-output)
Sampling rate: max. 250 Msps
Interface voltage: Adjustable 1,25 V - 3,3 V in 256 steps
LA Memory depth: 128.000.000 samples per channel
Input Impedace (Logic Analyzer): 200 kΩ
Output Impedance (Pattern Generator): 1 kΩ
Overvoltage protection: +/-5 V (Permanent); +/- 12V (Short term ~ 10 s)
Pattern Generator memory: 32.768 Samples per Channel
Pattern Generator internal clock divider: Adjustable 32-bit (250 Mhz - 0,058 Hz)

Trigger
Source: Analog Ch. 1, Analog Ch. 2, Digital Ch. (external), Generator Ch. 1, Generator Ch. 2
Mode: Auto, Normal, Single (with Re-Arm)
Pre-Trigger: Adjustable 0 - 99%
Trigger Level: 0 - 100 %
Trigger Level Hysteresis: Adjustable
Trigger Holdoff: Adjustable 0 - 17 s (4 ns step size)
Digital trigger: 4 stages (with delay counter for each stage)
Digital trigger: selective channel masking (logic levels: '0', '1', 'Rising', 'Falling')


The price for the full kit is rated more then : $700

Related links
https://www.scopefun.com
https://www.scopefun.com/https://www.scopefun.com/gallery/ScopeFun_v1/1-16-67
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCd2G5c2wmahLIKfNnVobr7Q
https://medium.com/@ScopeFun/scopefun-oscilloscope-development-update-1-b64f8a2fd085

Arrived at this point,i wish to ask the people of EEVBlog if this scope did really worth the effort to be made in home conditions.
I haven't too much cash in my own pocket for an "high end-mid range scope" but this project looks to be very delicious and so on.....
However tell me please what do you think about,thanks to all.

NiHaoMike:
I wonder if, by changing the firmware and adding some RF front end circuits, it could double as a SDR platform?

capt bullshot:

--- Quote from: Free_WiFi on April 06, 2019, 05:11:51 am ---
--- Quote from: NiHaoMike on April 06, 2019, 04:52:05 am ---I wonder if, by changing the firmware and adding some RF front end circuits, it could double as a SDR platform?

--- End quote ---

I'm just an beginner,however your statements sounds like sarcasm?
Do you mean that this dso is bullshit?right?
lol sorry for my ignorance :(

--- End quote ---

No, IMO this statement doesn't mean your DSO is bullshit. Indeed, it looks quite nice, way better than many other USB scopes.

To double as an SDR platform means, NiHaoMike thinks this hardware is powerful enough to sustain high data transfer rates, is able to do pre- and postprocessing (like up- and down- mixing) within the FPGA, or maybe the complete signal processing for SDR can be done within the FPGA. So basically by adding some RF inputs and pre-amps, your DSO could be also used as a powerful platform for SDR development.

blueskull:

--- Quote from: Free_WiFi on April 06, 2019, 05:11:51 am ---I'm just an beginner,however your statements sounds like sarcasm?

--- End quote ---

SDR requires high BW and very high dynamic range. If someone says your scope is an SDR (or SNA/VNA), that's probably the highest compliment.

Free_WiFi:
So basically,someone of you would be ready to reapeat it by posting the final result on this thread ?
It would be very,very nice  ::)

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