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ARM TV-Based Oscilloscope

Posted February 25, 2011 by Chris

This formal project shows you how to make your very own oscilloscope using an ARM processor. The write up is in the form of a documented contest entry pdf, along with the abstract description. The software, hardware schematics and everything you’d need is there!

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