I have finally decided to get myself an oscilloscope, my choice ended up to be a Rigol DS1052E. The model seems to be pretty popular, and for a price tag of 309 EUR with delivery, I could no longer resist. So I got it yesterday evening and had to explore it. I have never before used an oscilloscope, so it is a learning process for me. I knew I could apply a hack to make it a 100Mhz one, it was a 2 minute effort to do so. Not that I am ever going to need it, but just for the hack of it 🙂
Pictured above is a RFM12B transmission captured.
So I will be learning how to use this nice tool, may say a nonsense or two along the way 🙂