A colleague and I have been trying to reverse engineer a few different PCBs recently (a coin operated washing machine’s control board (see Reverse engineering the coin box) and a Bastl Trinity are a few examples) and we have been scanning them or simply photographing them, with the aim of either copying them, coming up with a schematic or coming up with a PCB mask, with mixed or limited results. Like this:
After watching EEVblog #675 – How To Reverse Engineer A Rigol DS1054Z, I saw that Dave explains a pretty good process, using a tripod mounted camera, light box and a back light.
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Following on from My first oscilloscope and Pocket ‘scope, here’s some videos for basic ‘scope knowledge…
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Following on from Pocket ‘scope here are some build and review videos for the DSO138 on YouTube.
Continue reading DSO138 Videos (Build and Review)
Following on from Pocket ‘scope here are some build and review videos for the DSO150 on YouTube.
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Leading on from Miniscope, I wondered if I should/could improve on the front end of the STM32F103C8T6 board based scope which connects to
Featured image from EEVblog #37 – Rigol DS1052E Oscilloscope Teardown
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Following on from Pocket ‘scope, the section on the Miniscope became too large and so was moved to here.
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Following on from Pocket ‘scope, the JYE Tech DSO150 (along with the DSO138 mini) seemed the cheapest and best (for the money) option.
I also came across a number of different hardware and software hacks, which I have assembled below.
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