June 24, 2016 AT 7:11 pm
Inside the SDS7012 Oscilloscope: Mainboard Analysis
Christer Weinigel has been tinkering with an OWON SDS7012 o’scope, including deciphering
the device’s OS and even disassembling the bootloader. Now it’s time to dive in and examine the mainboard, physically, with many of the board’s sub-circuits explained:
Except for soldering some wires to the JTAG and serial port on the scope, most of the things I have discoveries about the SDS7102 I have made so far has been done with just software and a bit of thinking.
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