one year in and you're willing to blow $1000? damn rich kids...people already suggested the products on seeed studio, great, however i prefer the Mini Logic http://iteadstudio.com/store/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=29_31&products_id=221 instead of the Open Bench Logic Snifferthe performance isn't the same, but the software is MUCH better
At USD349, the Rigol 50 MHz DS1052E is awesome!
Quote from: 48X24X48X on Feb 23, 2011, 03:40 amAt USD349, the Rigol 50 MHz DS1052E is awesome!And hackable. http://www.instructables.com/id/Hacking-the-Rigol-DS1052E-Oscilloscope-with-Linux/Regarding the mention of the DSO Nano v2, I own one of those. With the latest "BenF" firmware, it's a pretty awesome little device for what it is (and what it cost), especially for those of us with very little bench space to spare; but, recognize the limitations (which it sounds like you have: 1MHz, single input, etc). If you're at even remotely considering it, you might want to save a your pennies and hold out for the DSO Quad to become a little more "production-ready"; it looks to be a significant improvement over the original two Nano designs.
At USD349, the Rigol 50 MHz DS1052E is awesome
QuoteAt USD349, the Rigol 50 MHz DS1052E is awesomeI second that!
Don't forget the bitscope:http://www.bitscope.com/USB or Ethernet. Dual/Quad oscilloscopes with logic analyzer and wave generator in one box. It's an open source design.