Progress Continues

The times they are a-changin’.

This post seems to be older than 7 years—a long time on the internet. It might be outdated.

I got an oscilloscope for my birthday and was able to get through a very important hurdle last week.

I spent the weekend laying out a new PCB, which should arrive in late next week.

Interestingly I’ve also ventured into gray market IC chips from China. We’ll see how this goes.

Don’t worry, it’s still not a bomb…despite all the wires.


8 thoughts on “Progress Continues”

    1. @Chris:

      It’s a 128×32 OLED controlled over I2C. You can get them from Adafruit (, however I get mine from (×32-Monochrome-OLED-display-module-%28-compatible-Arduino-%29) becuse the PCB is smaller and they’re half the cost…you do have to solder your own header pins though. Protip: is also on eBay and sells the same OLED for $9.99 ($1 less than they do on their website)…you can also use PayPal, which is nice.

      With regard to the oscope, I’ve had the MSO-19 for several years now and finally upgraded to a standalone Rigol DS1102E for $400 new (!

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