I got one of those. Today, I tried to set up two oscilloscope probes. (the frequency compensation capacitor) I noticed the following things in bitscope-dso: when adjusting the cap, the waveshape doesn't change, but the amplitude does. at 250kHz it's almost triangles regardless of capacitor setting. 50kHz looks acceptable. I am also not sure what sort of filter it has and how to turn it off. RF mode on or off looked mostly the same. Maybe it's an output impedance thing. Also, I'm unable to start the clock from DSO. Maybe it has lower Z. the amplitudes on ch a and b differ significantly. (have they played with the scope at the shoppe and shot it?) Also trigger on B doesn't work. A is ok. and I got two errors: WARNING: TLCLComponent.Destroy with LCLRefCount>0. Hint: Maybe the component is processing an event? I also tried bitscope-logic and got the following: TApplication.HandleException Index 2 is out of bounds. Stack trace: $082AF567 $082AF802 $08240105 $082BC82B $08118DBE $082BBCB9 $082B4C68 $080A4C02 $0809F582 $0809F9BF $08236436 $0809E0C6 $08091B0C $08093173 $08214D45 $081FA975 $08208099 WARNING: TLCLComponent.Destroy with LCLRefCount>0. Hint: Maybe the component is processing an event? An unhandled exception occurred at $00000000 : EAccessViolation : Access violation $00000000 $080EDB31 $0806B1C1
Bitscope (Micro BS05) and 32bit Linux
Started by ●August 9, 2019
Reply by ●August 9, 20192019-08-09
On Fri, 09 Aug 2019 21:13:40 +0200, Johann Klammer <klammerj@NOSPAM.a1.net> wrote:>I got one of those. > >Today, I tried to set up two oscilloscope probes. >(the frequency compensation capacitor) >I noticed the following things >in bitscope-dso: > >when adjusting the cap, the waveshape doesn't change, but the amplitude does.Try using a lower frequency.
Reply by ●August 9, 20192019-08-09
On 08/09/2019 09:31 PM, John Larkin wrote:> > Try using a lower frequency. > >Yes, it was too high. I tried again at 1kHz. Signal shape and amplitude look good now.
Reply by ●August 10, 20192019-08-10
On 08/09/2019 09:13 PM, Johann Klammer wrote:> Also trigger on B doesn't work. A is ok.Got triggering on channel B working after adjusting for DC offset.
Reply by ●August 18, 20192019-08-18
On 08/10/2019 04:06 PM, Johann Klammer wrote:> On 08/09/2019 09:13 PM, Johann Klammer wrote: >> Also trigger on B doesn't work. A is ok. > Got triggering on channel B working after adjusting for DC offset. > > >I've now tried to install the remaining programs and examples. when trying to install the bitgen stuff (I have no Idea what it does) I get errors.> dpkg -i ./bitgenlib-apps_1.0.AK10A_i386.deb > (Reading database ... 332446 files and directories currently installed.) > Preparing to unpack .../bitgenlib-apps_1.0.AK10A_i386.deb ... > Unpacking bitgenlib-apps (1.0.AK10A) over (1.0.AK10A) ... > dpkg: dependency problems prevent configuration of bitgenlib-apps: > bitgenlib-apps depends on bitlib (>= 1.4); however: > Package bitlib is not installed. > bitgenlib-apps depends on bitgenlib; however: > Package bitgenlib is not configured yet. > > dpkg: error processing package bitgenlib-apps (--install): > dependency problems - leaving unconfigured > Processing triggers for mime-support (3.56) ... > Processing triggers for desktop-file-utils (0.22-1) ... > Errors were encountered while processing: > bitgenlib-apps >I could not actually find this bitlib anywhere. There's a bitscope-library which is installed.(2.0.FE26B)