A Standalone-OpenSource Oscilloscope Using Red Pitaya

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I_am_you
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A Standalone-OpenSource Oscilloscope Using Red Pitaya

Post by I_am_you » Thu Feb 25, 2016 8:04 am

Greetings Community Members,
I am Impressed from the level of details that Red Pitaya offers,Team have managed to work a lot on the User Interface that I can figure out from the videos,The selection of Zynq Processor+FPGA was the main trade-off in designing the scope without Compromising the performance and implicitly lowering the cost of the System.
What I think is that We can make Red Pitaya a Standalone device ,Being an professional in Electronics I do believe that a Standalone device is more easy to work with but on the other hand I would like to get the accessibility of detachable screen in the scope.
Looking at this Marvelous piece of engineering I got a question ,Why shouldn't we build a open source Oscilloscope which can accommodate Pitaya Coupled with a 10" IPS Display and a Rechargeable Lithium battery Pack.
What I would like to do right now is get Hands on a Red Pitaya Board to start working on this project.I do have a Spare 7" Lcd TFT Panel for Beaglebone Black From 4D Systems and Also an Hongkong make 7" Display Module.So what we Can do now is ,I would Club a Chinese make https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jb8ib_xWUxw Android PC Stick with LAN connectivity and place a 10.1" HDMI Transceiver with a 7"/10.1" LCD Display with Touch screen.

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Re: A Standalone-OpenSource Oscilloscope Using Red Pitaya

Post by pavel » Thu Feb 25, 2016 8:38 am

I_am_you wrote:So what we Can do now is ,I would Club a Chinese make https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jb8ib_xWUxw Android PC Stick with LAN connectivity and place a 10.1" HDMI Transceiver with a 7"/10.1" LCD Display with Touch screen.
For information. For about 80 euros, it's possible to buy an Android tablet with a 7" IPS screen:
http://www.amazon.de/Lenovo-Quad-Core-P ... B014WC3XDW
It can communicate with Red Pitaya via Wi-Fi.

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Re: A Standalone-OpenSource Oscilloscope Using Red Pitaya

Post by I_am_you » Thu Feb 25, 2016 10:32 am

pavel wrote:
I_am_you wrote:So what we Can do now is ,I would Club a Chinese make https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jb8ib_xWUxw Android PC Stick with LAN connectivity and place a 10.1" HDMI Transceiver with a 7"/10.1" LCD Display with Touch screen.
For information. For about 80 euros, it's possible to buy an Android tablet with a 7" IPS screen:
http://www.amazon.de/Lenovo-Quad-Core-P ... B014WC3XDW
It can communicate with Red Pitaya via Wi-Fi.
What I want is a oscilloscope with stand alone capabilities using "RP". I Would like to use discrete Components like,Arm Cpu +LVDS Panel+Rechargeable Batteries.

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