|Researchers||Muhammad Shiraz Ahmad|
|Time Frame||Physics Project Lab 2019|
|Supplementary Materials||Using an Arduino as an oscilloscope|
The Oscilloscope is one of the most important tools we find in physics or electronics laboratories. It is primarily used for viewing waveform and determining voltage levels, frequency, noise and other parameters of signals applied at its input that might change over time. The only issue is they can be very expensive. In this report, we show how to use Arduino and an open source software to build a low cost, 4-channel Arduino oscilloscope, with sampling frequency 500 Hz, capable of performing the tasks for which some of the cheap oscilloscopes are deployed like the display of waveforms and determination of voltage levels for signals.