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I've been doing some projects with arduino for the last several weeks and come to realize that my trouble shooting time would be substantially reduced if I had a scope.

Based on the experience of this forum I'd like to buy a 2-channel, portable scope that would be around the $100 range.

When selecting a scope the BW is the thing that mostly influences price. I would think that a BW=200MHz would be adequate? On the lower priced scopes are the rise/fall times, sample rates and memory adequate for most Arduino development?

My additional projects might be remote car, drone, some WiFi development.

I don't need fancy but functional.


$100/200Mhz    :smiley-draw:

This has been discussed soooo many times here.

Did you search the forum for the topic?

Why do you think you need a scope?

No technical PMs.
The last thing you did is where you should start looking.


Loooong Thread on this here. I reckon it is worth reading.

I got myself a DS203 pocket oscilloscope and I am very pleased with it. I only use it occasionally and I don't really have space to store a larger 'scope.

Two or three hours spent thinking and reading documentation solves most programming problems.

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