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Yes, all our Arduinos and XBee and protoshields come from NKC :
http://www.pobot.org/Presentation-de-la-gamme-Easy.html
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hi,

the serialscope sounds realy promising, it seems to be exactly what I need. There is just one problem, your uploaded files are no longer reachable. Could you please upload them again or just send them to me.

Thanks in advance
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I've tried several different versions of oscilloscopes from around here including the google code one, simple and tiny one but I'm getting the same trace "noise" on all channels.
I am using a Pro Mini with FTDI cable and seem to get noise. It seems to be related to the USB but is not transmission or receiving or Raw voltage or Vcc. I can only assume it to be a combination or interference from the pro mini circuit as the only thing i have added is the lead for probing.
Any ideas on this frustration?
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Awesome application man!
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