my tests will be over next month and I'll have some time to work on the 10x10x10 LED cube project. My current oscilloscope is USB based (no screen) and has a bandwidth of 10 MHz. Unfortuantly it is unable to trigger anything at all :(
My budget is about 350â‚¬, maybe more if I'm able to give some private math lessons. Since thats quite a bit of money for me and because I'll have to stay with that scope for at least a year I'd like to get some advice.
What kind of scope would you recommend? I'm doing standard logic stuff. No radio or such. My current fastest parts are 20 MHz AVRs. But I plan to buy one of those FPGA starter kits at the end of the year.
Aim is to learn FPGA programming.
Would you guys get a USB or stand-alone scope? Is there anything I have to watch for, despite price, bandwidth and number of channels?