Hi Carmine, can you kindly recommend an oscilloscope that is simple to use for a beginner and that does not cost much but at the same time is sufficient to appreciate the quality of the exercises you propose in the book?
Sorry for late reply (I’ve to move this forum elsewhere since the email notification is totally buggy…..).
There are several cheap and really good alternatives nowadays. I suggest you to have a look to Rigol oscilloscope up to 100Mhz. For example the DS1102Z is a best buy in that segment.
Also give a look to oscilloscope from Atten/Siglent: if you buy them directly from China, you can save up to $100.
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