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An R8C-based oscilloscope

Tom Thumb as a software ‘scope

An R8C-based oscilloscope
The previous instalments of our R8C ‘Tom Thumb’ series concentrated on explaining the basic functions of the R8/13 system. Now it’s time to look at some real applications. The objective here is to develop a small oscilloscope in two forms: first on a PC, and second as a stand-alone device with its own graphic display.
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