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Date: 09-03-14

PicoScope oscilloscopes now run on Linux

Pico Technology has released a beta version of the PicoScope 6 oscilloscope software for Linux.

Pico says "The most important features from PicoScope for Windows are included—scope, spectrum and persistence modes; interactive zoom; simple, delayed and advanced triggers; automatic measurements; and signal generator control—and we are working on adding more. You can save captures for off-line analysis, share them with other PicoScope for Windows and PicoScope for Linux users, or export them in text, CSV and Mathworks MATLAB 4 formats."

The USB PC scope hardware PicoScope oscilloscopes are available with bandwidths up to 1 GHz, up to 4 input channels, hardware vertical resolutions up to 16 bits, sampling rates up to 5 GS/s, buffer sizes up to 2 GS, and built-in signal generators. Other features available on some models include flexible hardware resolution, switchable bandwidth limiters, switchable high-impedance and 50 ohm inputs, and differential inputs.

The new software is packaged for easy installation on the following distributions:
Debian 7.0 (wheezy) i386/amd64
Ubuntu 12.xx/13.xx i386/amd64
Any other Debian-based distribution with mono-runtime >=

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