Use an Arduino to Learn Your Oscilloscope’s Functions and Menus
Using a Rohde & Schwarz RTM3004, James the “Bald Engineer” shows how to use an Arduino Uno to learn your new o’scope’s various interfaces and menus
Learning to use a new oscilloscope can be daunting. In this video, I show 5 measurements you can make using just an Arduino as your DUT. Learn how to offset voltage, setup measurements, enable infinite persistence, save reference waveforms, AND trigger (and decode) serial signals. For this video, Rohde & Schwarz was kind enough to send me an RTM3004. This video is a follow-up from an ealier blog post which featured 6 scope measurements you can make with an Arduino.
(in the video James briefly shows his Rigol DS1052E, which we sell in the shop 🙂 )
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