OsciPrime Oscilloscope Legacy

OsciPrime Oscilloscope Legacy


*Important Note*: Thank you all for your incredible support. We are taking the OsciPrime Oscilloscope one step further. The new application on the market ( http://goo.gl/UhgYf ) will have all the features plus new multi touch support and is also available as Open Source under http://www.osciprime.com .


This is the Open Source Oscilloscope based on the Bachelor Thesis "Using Android in Industrial Automation" of the University of Applied Sciences of Northwestern Switzerland.

Note that this application is written for an embedded system for high speed data acquisition (runs on the Beagleboard) and this is a port to the phone/tablet platform.

It will use the microphone as input source, "USB" will only work with the hardware board from our project.

For more information about the project visit

http://android.serverbox.ch

Features:
-> (NEW) Tablet support
-> Mic Input, only working mono 44100[Hz] at the moment.
-> Cursor, Trigger, Offset
-> If you want to use it with our board (schematic at http://android.serverbox.ch) up to dual 6 [Msps], 8 bit A/D, no root needed :).

Important Note:

Tested on Nexus S, HTC Magic, LG P500 and Acer A500 3.1 Tab

If you want to add your own features feel free to download the and compile the source:

http://android.serverbox.ch/?p=268

Recent changes:
+ New version of the oscilloscope available in the market: goo.gl/UhgYf and open source under http://www.osciprime.com

+ Fix: Popup of the new version is not showing constantly now, sorry about that!

Added a Tablet Version with UI overhaul
If you decide to use the hardware from our project you can now connect to it without the requirement of root
The Version is available for API level 11+ (Honeycomb)
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About OsciPrime Oscilloscope Legacy
*Important Note*: Thank you all for your incredible support. We are taking the OsciPrime Oscilloscope one step further. The new application on the market ( http://goo.gl/UhgYf ) will have all the features plus new multi touch support and is also available as Open Source under http://www.osciprime.com .


This is the Open Source Oscilloscope based on the Bachelor Thesis "Using Android in Industrial Automation" of the University of Applied Sciences of Northwestern Switzerland.

Note that this application is written for an embedded system for high speed data acquisition (runs on the Beagleboard) and this is a port to the phone/tablet platform.

It will use the microphone as input source, "USB" will only work with the hardware board from our project.

For more information about the project visit

http://android.serverbox.ch

Features:
-> (NEW) Tablet support
-> Mic Input, only working mono 44100[Hz] at the moment.
-> Cursor, Trigger, Offset
-> If you want to use it with our board (schematic at http://android.serverbox.ch) up to dual 6 [Msps], 8 bit A/D, no root needed :).

Important Note:

Tested on Nexus S, HTC Magic, LG P500 and Acer A500 3.1 Tab

If you want to add your own features feel free to download the and compile the source:

http://android.serverbox.ch/?p=268

Recent changes:
+ New version of the oscilloscope available in the market: goo.gl/UhgYf and open source under http://www.osciprime.com

+ Fix: Popup of the new version is not showing constantly now, sorry about that!

Added a Tablet Version with UI overhaul
If you decide to use the hardware from our project you can now connect to it without the requirement of root
The Version is available for API level 11+ (Honeycomb)

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A Google User
May 22, 2014
Just a bait n switch
A Google User
Jan 26, 2014
Seems promising But not working with a tablet
A Google User
Oct 8, 2013
Not useful Not possible to select different axis ranges. There are better free osciloscopes
A Google User
Sep 22, 2013
Nice instrument Working proper by microphone
A Google User
Sep 15, 2013
good tool Nice and useful tool, works with MIC and I can see Sinus sound between 1Hz and about 10KHz, but Generator do nothing on speakers ,