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K7103 picture k7103 is a build yourself digital storage oscilloscope kit by Velleman. It is connected to the parallel port of a PC on which a frontend program is running to display the measured signal and to adjust the osci settings. The device is not supported anymore by its vendor.

This site introduces a new third party frontend running on Linux in addition to the one supplied by Velleman for DOS and Windows.

Thu 31. May 2012
A new USB interface k7103-USB, integrated into the k7103 case, is available in the SVN repository at branch/usb/. It directly connects to the digital chips on the k7103 main PCB. This way a maximum rate of 130 acquisitions per second are possible. The K7103 frontend was extended with an appropriate driver for the new USB interface. It achieves approx. 70 acquisitions per second at my Core-i7 at 2.8GHz.

The 100x76mm PCB holds a Cypress AN2131Q EZ-USB 8051 microcontroller (MCU) and a Xilinx XC9572-PC84 CPLD.
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You can have a look at the outline of k7103 in the Screenshot section.

For more information please read the Details page where you can find a desciption of the program workflow, what problems have to be solved in the next time and so on.

To get the program please go to the Download page. There are links to the releases, source packages and in the future .rpm and .deb packages. For the latest version click on the SVN section but always keep in mind that these sources may be unstable.

If you want to help me with deveolpment or you only want to know what is absent in k7103 read the TODO page.

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A short description of me and how to contact me can be found at the Contact page.

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