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DIY Smartphone Oscilloscope using Raspberry Pi Pico

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𝗙𝗿𝗲𝗲 𝗧𝗿𝗶𝗮𝗹 𝗹𝗶𝗻𝗸 𝘁𝗼 𝗔𝗹𝘁𝗶𝘂𝗺 𝗗𝗲𝘀𝗶𝗴𝗻𝗲𝗿: 🤍 𝗣𝗿𝗼𝗷𝗲𝗰𝘁 𝗗𝗲𝘀𝗰𝗿𝗶𝗽𝘁𝗶𝗼𝗻: Sometimes when you repair some electronics hardware and do some Research and Development work, you need an Oscilloscope. You can use multimeters as well, but the problem with multimeters is that they aren’t fast enough to detect the signals. There is a standard oscilloscope for lab applications. And when you go through the pricing, you will realize it is not affordable for beginners. If you are an electronics hobbyist or some technician and if you are unable to buy these, then here is a solution for you. We can design a simple oscilloscope using a microcontroller at a very low price probably t 5$ only. In this video, I will show you how you can make your own Oscilloscope using the Raspberry Pi Pico and your Smartphone. Yes, you heard it right. A simple oscilloscope using Raspberry Pi Pico and some passive electronics can be made. The Raspberry Pi Pico designed by the Raspberry Pi foundation has an RP2040 microcontroller that features a dual-core Arm Cortex-M0+ processor with 264KB internal RAM & 16MB of off-chip Flash. To detect the square wave or sine wave you can feed the signal to your Mobile phone. There is an app called Scoopy which is particularly designed for this application. You can detect the signal up to a frequency of 250KHz. So there is a lot to know and a lot to discuss. So let's see how you can make your own DIY Smart Phone Oscilloscope. Project Details: 🤍 .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... Drop a like if you liked this video. Don't forget to subscribe to our channel for more Electronics projects and tutorials. Website: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍

Make the Best Smartphone Oscilloscope using Raspberry Pi Pico [ENG SUB]

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Best Buy Pico: 🤍 how to make oscilloscope how to make smartphone oscilloscope raspberry pi pico oscilloscope arduino oscilloscope DIY Github Project: 🤍 #raspberrypipico #oscilloscope #fclab

Raspberry Pi Pico Oscilloscope for your Smart Phone Tablet, Scoppy Oscilloscope

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Altium Designer: 🤍 Raspberry Pi Pico Oscilloscope Firmware and technical specs: 🤍 Getting Started with Raspberry Pi Pico: 🤍 Support me on Patreon and get access to hundreds of projects: 🤍 Project Description: In today’s episode, you will learn how to make a Raspberry Pi Pico based Oscilloscope and logic analyzer powered by an Android Smart phone or Tablet. An oscilloscope is the most essential tool in all of electronics. It is used to graph an electrical signal as it varies over time. Sooner or later you will need an Oscilloscope for Analyzing low or high-frequency PWM signals, you will need it for testing your analog or digital sensors, you will also need an Oscilloscope for testing your timing circuits, wireless devices, function generators, and so on. The Multimeter and Oscilloscope are two very important measurement tools used extensively for analyzing and diagnosing electrical and electronic circuits, components, devices, etc. Multimeters are cheap and Oscilloscopes are too expensive and that’s why I decided to make myself the cheapest Oscilloscope on this planet which cost me only 5 dollars. You don’t have to write even a single line of code both the firmware and App are free to download. All you need is to download the Scoppy Oscilloscope firmware from Github, upload it to your Raspberry Pi Pico and you are good to go. Scoppy App has got lots of buttons; but don’t worry I will explain each and every button and of course I will also explain how to use all these buttons. After building the Raspberry Pi Pico Oscilloscope then I will share with you test results including, 1. Capacitor charge and discharge testing. 2. Testing an Analog Sensor and 3. We will be measuring the Arduino PWM Signal. So, without any further delay, let’s get started!!! Amazon Purchase links: * Raspberry Pi Pico 🤍 OTG USB Adapter 🤍 1K resistors 🤍 100K ohm resistor 🤍 Other must-have Tools and Components: Arduino Uno, Nano, Mega, Micro "All types of Arduino Boards": 🤍 Top Arduino Sensors: 🤍 Super Starter kit for Beginners 🤍 Top Oscilloscopes 🤍 Variable Supply: 🤍 Digital Multimeter: 🤍 Top Soldering iron kits: "best" 🤍 Top Portable drill machines: 🤍 Jumper Wires: 🤍 3D printers: 🤍 CNC Machines: 🤍 Electronics Accessories: 🤍 Hardware Tools: 🤍 DISCLAIMER: This video and description contain affiliate links, which means that if you click on one of the product links, I will receive a small commission. This helps support the channel and allows me to continue to make videos like this. Thank you for your support! For More Projects and Tutorials visit our Website: 🤍 Follow me on Facebook: 🤍 Follow me on Instagram: 🤍 Email: stu_engineering🤍yahoo.com About the Electronic Clinic: Electronic Clinic helps the students and other professionals to learn electronics, designing, and programming. Electronic Clinic has tutorials on Arduino, Arduino Nano, Raspberry PI, image processing, gsm based projects, Bluetooth based projects, esp8266 projects, Nodemcu projects, robotics, desktop application designing and programming, PLC, SCADA, RC Planes, Electronics, Power Generation, HMI, and much more. Check my Playlists. #ScoppyOscilloscope #RaspberryPiPico #SmartPhoneOscilloscope

Make your own DIY oscilloscope for £4 - Raspberry Pi PICO Project

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Make your own DIY oscilloscope for £4 Amazon sell full kits if you are starting from nil: UK: 🤍 USA: 🤍 Admittedly that might cost you more than the $5 that route, but you will have a nice little setup for experiments! Python Source Code is included here, but for performance, switch to the Arduino stack: from machine import Pin, I2C, PWM from ssd1306 import SSD1306_I2C import utime #lets go! button = Pin(10, Pin.IN, Pin.PULL_DOWN) pwm = PWM(Pin(12)) pwm.freq(100) #1k pwm.duty_u16(32767) adc_read = machine.ADC(26) #A read takes 2us therefore 500ks/s! i2c = I2C(0,sda=Pin(0),scl=Pin(1),freq=40000) oled = SSD1306_I2C(128,32,i2c) oled.fill(0) oled.text("Ready!",0,0) oled.show() #update the screen! coefficient = 3.35 / 32767 while True: reading = adc_read.read_u16() calcvoltage = reading * coefficient print("V", calcvoltage) if button.value(): screenstuff = str(calcvoltage) oled.fill(0) oled.text(screenstuff,0,0) oled.show() #update the screen! utime.sleep(0.01) Come chat with me on discord 🤍 See my recommendations on Amazon: 🤍 If you would like to buy me a coffee or support the channel you can do so via Patreon at 🤍 I do have some bits and pieces on my web store at 🤍 Please note: As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. As such links to Amazon products within this video may fall under this. Thanks to all of you who use these links and help support the channel - you are fantastic! Thanks you lovely people, and keep on tinkering! Youtube Chapters 0:00 Introduction

Power of Pico - can your oscilloscope do this? Picoscope 4444

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This video 'Power of Pico - can your oscilloscope do this? Picoscope 4444' I'll show using the PicoScope software with a Pico Oscilloscope, how each of the 4 channels can show a different time base. I don't know of another oscilloscope that can do this. Link to PicoScope 4444: 🤍 GW Instek Oscilloscope: 🤍 Siglent Oscilloscope: 🤍 MicSig Oscilloscope: 🤍 You can support this channel with this link to Patreon - I really do appreciate your support? This support helps me purchase the equipment I use for testing a reviews. Patreon.com/KissAnalog Hantek CC65 link: 🤍 Owon CP-05 link 🤍 Links to Hioki multimeters: Hioki DT4256 Multimeter: 🤍 Hioki DT4282 Multimeter: 🤍 Link to Fluke 189: 🤍 Link to WORKPRO 12 in 1 screwdriver: 🤍 Links to other related videos: Hioki DT4256 Multimeter: 🤍 Hioki DT4282 Multimeter: 🤍 Testo 760-2 vs Fluke 117 Multimeter - which is best? 🤍 Fluke rant test leads: Fluke Rant - Better Test leads Please 🤍 Fluke TPAK Hanging meter Kit $42 or $10 🤍 Fluke Rant - are they overpriced? 🤍 Links to meters: Klein MM700 multimeter: 🤍 Fluke 117 multimeter link: 🤍 testo 760-2 multimeter link: 🤍 Amprobe AM570 multimeter link: 🤍 HT200B link: 🤍 Link to FLIR meters in Amazon: FLIR DM92 multimeter: 🤍 FLIR DM93 multimeter: 🤍 Links to other Meters: Kaiweets HT200B AC current clamp: 🤍 Kaiweets HT206D AC/DC current clamp: 🤍 Kaiweets HT118A 6000 count multimeter: 🤍 Amprobe AM570 multimeter link: 🤍 Fluke 117 multimeter link: 🤍 Amazon Commercial 90DM030 multimeter: 🤍 Zotek multimeter: 🤍 AliExpress Store: 🤍 Amazon Commercial 90DM610 multimeter. 🤍 or 🤍 Popular Links: Micro-cap Tutorials playlist link: Micro-Cap 🤍 Boost Converter Introduction 🤍 Power supply talk: 🤍 Link to Amazon for Boost Converter: 🤍

RASPBERRY PI PICO MICROCONTROLLER RP2040, OSCILLOSCOPE.

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Built your own oscilloscope by RASPBERRY PI PICO MICROCONTROLLER. 🤍 BOOT SET DETAILS AND SCOPPY APP LINK. 🤍

How to Make Oscilloscope Using Smartphone | Mobile Oscilloscope Using Raspberry Pi Pico

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How to Make Oscilloscope Using Smartphone | Mobile Oscilloscope Using Raspberry Pi Pico Github: 🤍 Track: Elektronomia & RUD - Memory [NCS Release] Music provided by NoCopyrightSounds. Watch: 🤍 Free Download / Stream: 🤍 In This Video: How to Make Oscilloscope Using Smartphone Mobile Oscilloscope Using Raspberry Pi Pico How to make Mobile Oscilloscope Raspberry Pi Pico Oscilloscope Raspberry Pi Pico Project #Oscilloscope #RaspberryPiPico #FYOPRJ

Raspberry Pi Oscilloscope with Digilent Analog Discovery 2 [All-In-One]

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How I made an all-in-one oscilloscope, signal analyzer, power supply, and more, using a Raspberry Pi 4, a Digilent Analog Discovery 2, and an old monitor. This device allows it to be set up at all times, ready for measurement, without taking up your main computer. Oscilloscope, Guitars, and Projector: 🤍 Parallel LEDinator: 🤍 Aluminum Raspberry Pi cooling enclosure: 🤍 (Amazon) All-In-One Pi setup info: 🤍 More info on the DAD2: 🤍 Shutdown/powerup info: 🤍 Drawing: 🤍 Note that I was paid to write the linked articles, however, this video is not officially sponsored by Arrow, Digilent, or any other entity. Link(s) to Amazon are affiliate, meaning I get a small portion of any sale at no additional cost to you. Raspberry Pi logo is trademark of the Raspberry Pi Foundation: 🤍

Einfaches Handy Oszilloskop mit Raspberry Pico

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Hier Zeige ich euch wie ihr ganz einfach ein USB- Oszilloskop für euer Handy zusammenbauen könnt. Dieses Oszilloskop kann noch einiges mehr, aber in diesem Video belasse ich es nur bei der Grundfunktion. Programmdatei für den Pico: 🤍 Raspberry Pico: 🤍 Scoppy Android App : 🤍

Raspberry Pi Pico Oscilloscope

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A Raspberry Pi PICO tracking a low-frequency square wave. Output is displayed by a Raspberry Pi 4 using matplotlib.

Raspberry Pi based Oscilloscope

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Raspberry Pi based Oscilloscope Visit The Site mentioned below to get more academic content related to BSC IT Course 🤍 Navigate through Science/BSC-IT/TY Sem 5/Videos tab

$18,000 Oscilloscope with a Water-Cooled Pi

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Meet the world's first liquid-cooled dual-screen RGB pro-gaming oscilloscope, the MLG-Z 42069.™ It's got TWO windows. Keysight University goes live March 15th! Sign up at 🤍 Keysight Technologies sent me an $18,000 oscilloscope, and I used my gaming PC case-modding skills to hack in a Raspberry Pi Pico, carve out a window, add a water-cooled Raspberry Pi touchscreen, and taste the rainbow with over six feet of RGB DotStar and NeoPixel LED's. It's our last week before moving to Colorado, and we're going out with a crassly ostentatious bang. Join our Discord! We're PARTNERS now! 🤍 Fund INSANE projects: 🤍 Roast my spray-painting technique: 🤍 Taste the rainbow: 🤍 Infinite thanks to Daniel Bogdanoff and the rest of the Keysight Labs content team for hooking me up with this princely piece of test equipment and laying out those tasty circuit board labels. This is the single most expensive object I've ever owned, and one of the cleanest, crispiest, and most involved mods I've ever built. This is truly the crown jewel of Voidstar Lab, and the ultimate send-off to New York City. Soundtrack (all Creative Commons): "Voyage" - Sanjaux "Sagano" - H5 Audio Design "Run at Midnight" - TeknoAxe "Calibre" - EspiDev Hey, friend, if you're still reading this, I lied in the video. I actually MIGHT appear in Keysight University. But let's keep it our little Description Reading Club secret, kay? 😉

Осциллограф из Raspberry Pi Pico. 2 канала. 500 kS/s

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В этом выпуске будет показано как сделать осциллограф из МК Raspberry Pi Pico ссылка на товар 🤍

WiFi Garage Door Controller | Raspberry Pi Pico W Project

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✍ The project write-up: 🤍 I strapped a Raspberry Pi Pico W to my garage door motor and now I can control my garage door from my phone! The Pico W hosts a simple webpage on my local network with three control buttons - one for Up, Stop and Down. Pressing one of the buttons does exactly what you'd expect! 💡 If you have any questions about this content or want to share a project you're working on head over to our maker forum 🤍 Grab (or signup) for a Raspberry Pico W 🤍 Here is that delish protoboard from the video 🤍 Core Electronics is located in the heart of Newcastle, Australia. We're powered by makers, for makers. Drop by if you are looking for: • Raspberry Pi 🤍 • Arduino 🤍 • Sparkfun 🤍 • Adafruit 🤍 • Pololu 🤍 • DFRobot 🤍 0:00 Introduction 0:37 Door-motor Interface 1:25 Design + Build Circuit 5:35 Testing the circuit 6:13 Firmware overview 7:10 Installation 7:47 The moment of truth 8:40 Nice finishing touches 9:05 Considerations 10:16 Extra resources The following trademarks are owned by Core Electronics Pty Ltd: "Core Electronics" and the Core Electronics logo "Makerverse" and the Makerverse logo "PiicoDev" and the PiicoDev logo "GlowBit" and the GlowBit logo

How to make an Oscilloscope using Arduino | Arduino as Oscilloscope

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Get Altium (One Month Free) - 🤍 Previous Video - 🤍 Code and Schematics - Not Needed Prayogeek UNO - 🤍 We can make Arduino as an oscilloscope using your mobile phone. Oscilloscopes are used to measure signals and waveforms. But they are expensive. In this video, I will teach you how we can make oscilloscope using Arduino using the Prayogeek UNO app. Social Links Facebook - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Instructables - 🤍 Arduino CC - 🤍

Pi Pico Presenter Hack #raspberrypi #cse #embedded #raspberrypipico #sensor #hack #arduino

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#computerscience #raspberrypi #embedded #pipico #irsensor #sensor #hack #raspberrypipico #arduino

Raspberry Pico, UART & Oscilloscope

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Matériel: HANMATEK DOS1102 (oscilloscope), RASPBERRY PICO (micro controlleur), RASPBERRY PI 400 (ordinateur) /!\ LES RECTANGLES HAUT SYMBOLISENT 0 ET BAS 1 /!\ Voici les explications. Le transfert se fait par série de 10 bits, le premier et le dernier bit servant de start bit et de end bit, le start bit étant mis a 1 et le end bit étant mis à 0. Ce qui se trouve entre les deux, c'est la représentation en format "électrique" de la lettre U (U majuscule), les rectangles montant symbolisant 0 et ceux descendant 1. Le nombre de rectangles est égale à 8 pour s'aligner avec le code ASCII. J'ai choisi la lettre U, pour bien montrer les rectangles montant et descendant. En effet, la lettre U en binaire: (0101 0101)binaire = (55)hex = 'U en ASCII', ce qui en fait une lettre remarquable sur un oscilloscope.

Raspberry PI Pico driving VGA

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Trick is to dial timing right. PI Pico has enough speed. VGA timing: 🤍 Source code: 🤍

Raspberry Pi Pico AWG waveforms

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how to make mini oscilloscope, using Arduino nano ,dfrobot

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dfrobot . website 👇👇👇👇👇👇 🤍 Circuits and diagrams can be found on the blog 👇👇👇👇👇👇 🤍 COMPONENTS oscilloscope 👇👇👇👇👇👇 1- Arduino Nano 🤍 2- OLED Display- SSD1306 🤍 3- Diode - 1N4148 🤍 4- Switch 🤍 5- Resistor 100ohm,100k , 470k 🤍 6- POT 10K For business enquiries 👇👇👇👇👇👇 electronicsk66🤍gmail.com I hope to help me grow the channel through PayPal 👇👇👇👇👇👇 🤍 All you have to do is join this channel to take advantage of the benefits 👇👇👇👇👇👇 🤍 Hello my friends I am an electrical engineer and uploading Science &Technology videos twice a week ( Friday and Sunday ). Please Subscribe My channel. if you want to learn how to make mini oscilloscope, using Arduino nano ,dfrobot #inventor_KR #oscilloscope #arduino_nano #dfrobot Song: DayFox - Candy Friends (Instrumental) Music provided by Vlog No Copyright Music. Video Link: 🤍 Get a free trial of Altium Designer 👇👇👇👇👇👇👇 🤍 Free search engine for electronic parts 🤍

Quick fix for an ADC issue on Raspberry Pi Pico

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After encountering a slight issue with the analog read values at full voltage when testing out the raspberry pi pico boards I thought I would share the quick and easy fix I came up with in case other people are encountering the same problem.

Generating PWM Signals Using the Raspberry Pi Pico | STOP BIT BANGING on the RP2040!

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In this video, learn how pulse width modulation works and how you can do it on the Raspberry Pi Pico. Learn about this and more on my channel, check it out! Please like and subscribe! 0:00 Intro 0:10 What is PWM? 1:59 Some Math 2:20 PWM on the RP2040 3:39 Lets Code! 4:45 Demo 4:55 Outro Join us on Discord!: 🤍

Raspberry Pi PICO | Starting With MicroPython + Examples | I2C OLED, ADC, PWM

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High quality PCB prototypes: 🤍 🔥We have a new microcontroller on the market, the Raspberry Pi PICO. Here I show you how to start with this board, upload the MicroPython and start programming in Thonny. See all the examples. 🔀LINKS - Download MicroPython: 🤍 Download Thonny: 🤍 Prepare the PICO: 🤍 Blink Example: 🤍 Permanent code main.py: 🤍 ADC example: h🤍 SSD1306 library: 🤍 i2c OLED example: 🤍 PWM Example: 🤍 🤝SUPPORT - Join my Arduino Course (Spanish): 🤍 ELECTRONOOBS.io: 🤍 Help my projects on Patreon : 🤍 my Q&A page: 🤍 Facebook page: 🤍 Canal en Español: 🤍 00:00 Intro 01:51 Main Specs 03:41 Micropython 04:56 Install Micropython 05:50 Blink Example 07:22 Permanent main.py 08:26 ADC example 09:46 i2c Example 13:23 PWM Example 15:15 Outro Like share and subscribe to motivate me. Thank you #raspberry #programming #micropython

Realtime NTSC decoding using Picoscope 2204

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This is an updated proof-of-concept video showing realtime decoding of composite NTSC video signal from Raspberry Pi using the Picoscope 2204 USB oscilloscope and custom software I wrote. Screen recording causes some screen stutter (the scope is streaming over 6 MS/s to get the data). Details coming up at 🤍

Raspberry Pi Pico W - model railway departure sign

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hs is a version of my model railway departure boards designed for use with a Raspberry Pi Pico W. This is an alternative to my Raspberry Pi version of the model railway departure board (🤍 This is part of my projects on building an indoor (OO Scale) and outdoor (G-Scale) model railway The FreeCAD design is based around G-Scale, but it would be possible to create a smaller version for other railways. This project creates a station departure board using a miniature OLED display. This is controlled using a Raspberry Pi Pico W which allows the current time to be used to make the display appear more realistic. This can be used in conjunction with the Raspberry Pi Model Railway Automation project (🤍 For more details see: 🤍 Chapters: 00:00 Introduction 00:20 Parts required 01:47 Raspberry Pi vs Pico W (OLED) 02:53 OLED display 04:43 Raspberry Pi Pico W 06:12 Connecting using I2C 07:50 Coding in MicroPython 11:56 Raspberry Pi web server 13:37 Flask app on RPi 14:53 Demo 15:09 Future ideas

The Factory | A Graphical Display For Raspberry Pi Pico 128x64 OLED

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More project updates for you in #TheFactory! We're chuffed to release the PiicoDev OLED module, put a feature freeze on the Buzzer Module, and introduce a few new members of the Makerverse prototyping family. We'd love to hear your thoughts on what we should work on next! If you have any questions about this content or want to share a project you're working on head over to our maker forum 🤍 Core Electronics is located in the heart of Newcastle, Australia. We're powered by makers, for makers. Drop by if you are looking for: • Raspberry Pi 🤍 • Arduino 🤍 • Sparkfun 🤍 • Adafruit 🤍 • Pololu 🤍 • DFRobot 🤍 The following trademarks are owned by Core Electronics Pty Ltd: "Core Electronics" and the Core Electronics logo "Makerverse" and the Makerverse logo "PiicoDev" and the PiicoDev logo "GlowBit" and the GlowBit logo

Scoppy - Oscilloscope and Logic Analyzer

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Scoppy is an Oscilloscope and Logical Analyzer powered by your Raspberry PI Pico and Android phone or tablet Scoppy on GitHub 🤍 Scoppy Documentation 🤍

Raspberry Pi Pico (RP2040) GPIO speed with SDK

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I saw as many of you probably did last week the release of the Raspberry Pi Pico uC. My first thought was "why?", but I started to look at the specs of the RP2040 chip and decided to pop on two of them for $4 each. The brief specs are: It has 2 cores, 2x I2C, and SPI that can be used on several different pins, so you can kind of have pin assignment options for those peripherals at startup. There is a lot of flash memory (1M) and 264kb of ram! I performed my standard uC IO speed test, and the results were very encouraging. I did a 2uS cycle square wave and it was almost 2uS on an oscilloscope and frequency counter! 2.5uS or less and a frequency of 487kHz. Not bad for a 4$ board. My main reason for getting it was the PIO (Programmable IO) option it has. It's kind of a CPU for GPIO processing. The PIO system is an 8 (core) state machine that you can write simple machine code for to handle IO independent of the main processor. This is the modified blink code I used for the test: 🤍 You can get more info on the RPI Pico here: 🤍 The SDK docs are here: 🤍

10 Amazing Raspberry Pi Pico projects you must try in 2022!

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This video contains 10 New Raspberry pi Pico projects/project ideas that you can try. Subscribe to our channel to never miss any good project ideas. Get your free trial version of the Altium designer: 🤍 About Altium: Altium is the industry’s leading PCB design software that combines schematic, layout, and everything else you need in one environment to effortlessly design printed circuit boards. Kits we recommend: SunFounder Raspberry Pi Pico Robot Car Kit: 🤍 SunFounder Raspberry Pi Pico Starter Kit: 🤍 - Disclaimer: All the projects in this video are the sole property of the creators. We are thankful to each one of them for sharing their projects with us or allowing us to include their project in this video. Check out the full project video of the respective creators below: - Project links: 10. Multifunctional control knob | Source: magi 🤍 9. Smartphone Oscilloscope | Source: How To Electronics 🤍 8. Coffee Grinder | Source: VEEB Projects 🤍 7. Pico Drone | Source: ravibutani03 🤍 6. Emulating EPROM | Source: element14 presents 🤍 5. Pico Keyboard and Gamepad | Source: Print 'N Play 🤍 4. Pico Pong | Source: Nick Bild 🤍 3. PicoHash | Source: Hash Robotics 🤍 2. Passcode Lock | Source: The Motor Channel 🤍 1. Mining rig | Source: The Common Channel 🤍 Chapters: 00:00 Intro 00:11 Multifunctional control knob 00:54 Smartphone Oscilloscope 01:43 Coffee Grinder 02:50 Pico Drone 03:36 Emulating EPROM 04:28 Pico Keyboard and Gamepad 05:08 Pico Pong 05:56 PicoHash 06:48 Passcode Lock 07:29 Mining rig 08:19 Outro Kits we recommend- The only Raspberry Pi kit you need(our pick):- Amazon: 🤍 All in one Arduino Kit (our pick):- Amazon: 🤍 ESP8266 Weather Station Kit:- USA: 🤍 Best ESP32 Kit(our pick):- USA: 🤍 -

Raspberry Pi Pico, HDMI on a breadboard

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In this video I do a quick and simple video output project using only an HDMI cable and 8 resistors, all 270 ohm. All credit to Luke Wren who shared the code and plans on how to build this. The video is not sponsored in any way Useful links Hardware 🤍 Software 🤍

Soldering Raspberry Pi Pico - Collin’s Lab Notes #raspberrypi #adafruit #collinslabnotes #adafruit

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Pick up a Pico at Adafruit: 🤍 Get your Pico prepped for usage by soldering two strips of headers - and you’re good to go. #raspberrypi #adafruit #collinslabnotes Visit the Adafruit shop online - 🤍 - LIVE CHAT IS HERE! 🤍 Adafruit on Instagram: 🤍 Subscribe to Adafruit on YouTube: 🤍 New tutorials on the Adafruit Learning System: 🤍 -

Raspberry Pi Pico W ArduinoVNC

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Please find more details at instructables: 🤍

20 Great Raspberry pi Pico projects you can try in 2022!

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Cheap oscilloscope using Arduino and Raspberry Pi

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15.09.2019

In this video, I present my 2 alternatives to expensive oscilloscope. These will not be enough for the professionals but for an electronics hobbyists they may come out as invaluable. MAG pi 71- 🤍 Mike's github repo- 🤍 Let me know if you have other alternatives. Attributions- Oscilloscope by Anthony Bossard from the Noun Project electronics lab by Saeful Muslim from the Noun Project Eye by frederick allen from the Noun Project expensive by Adrien Coquet from the Noun Project alternative by Raashid.A from the Noun Project Photo by Daniel Andrade on Unsplash Photo by Harrison Broadbent on Unsplash Image by Tide He from Pixabay Photo by Harrison Broadbent on Unsplash Audio Signal by Tuong Tam from the Noun Project

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