Oscilloscope arrived! My new RIGOL DS1054E oscilloscope arrived. I’m one happy nerd now… Here it is, booting up: Of course it had to be tested. There’s a calibration signal, generated in the scope itself, especially for the purpose of
My Workbench Cleaned up my workbench today, to make room for my new RIGOL. It will fit in between the signal generator and the parts cabinet, see video below. Really satisfied with my little setup so far. The power supplies
Digital oscilloscope 2 As you guys perhaps read in this post, I had purchased a Velleman WFS210 wireless digital oscilloscope. The intention was to go and use it from an older iPad (on iOS 9. This should have worked (it
EEPROM Programmer For the more complex decoding on my 8 bit computer like for example the Control Unit I will use an EEPROM, not some elaborate complex circuitry. For this I must be able to program an EEPROM. On his Youtube channel
Digital 25MHz DDS Dual-channel Signal Generator The latest addition to my electronics lab is a wave (or function) generator. It’s a digital one and it can, at least theoretically) be operated from a computer over USB. It features two independent
Build your own 8-bit computer I found this amazing playlist in which Ben Eater describes building an 8-bit computer in a way that really can help you understand how computers work on a deep level, from the ground up. Perhaps,
New power supplies Welcome to my two new DC LAB Power Supplies: the Velleman LABS3005. They can each supply 0-30 Volts (adjustable) and 0-5 Amp’s (also adjustable) power, with a ripple voltage of 2mV and a ripple current of 3mA.