test equipment / Re: Z80 / Z84C Swap (Doh!)
drlegendre at gmail.com
Mon Aug 17 15:41:30 CDT 2015
The DSO has been high on my want list for some time now.. But that said, I
made it through several Commodore machines & drives, the CRT display on the
Osborne Vixen, the Altair rebuild, several Macs and on, with what I do have
Lacking a DSO didn't prevent me from getting through that stuff, but I'm
sure it slowed me down more than once.
On Mon, Aug 17, 2015 at 3:16 PM, geneb <geneb at deltasoft.com> wrote:
> On Mon, 17 Aug 2015, Noel Chiappa wrote:
> > From: Eric Smith
>> > If a person has any reasonable business justification
>> But a lot of the people here don't; they're purely hobbyists. So spending
>> $1K on a piece of test equipment just isn't realistic for them.
>> Having said that, I do see some DSO's on eBay for not much money (e.g. the
>> little hand-held ones), and those might be a good alternative to a logic
>> analyzer - I never used one, so I tend not to think of them.
>> I scored a Rigol DS1102E for $219 last week. It needs two new rotary
> encoders, but it did pass all the self-tests. Repair parts were under $3.
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