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Competition: Win a BitScope Micro

We're giving away this mixed signal oscilloscope!

Win a BitScope

BitScope Micro

The BitScope Micro is a pocket-sized dual-channel oscilloscope that also functions as a waveform and clock generator, as well as a spectrum and logic analyser. It’s an essential tool if you’re serious about electronics, as you can use the BitScope to observe, measure and analyse signal voltages, and even capture both digital and analogue signals simultaneously. This means that you can use it to easily isolate any problems in your Pi project circuits just by using the grabber attachments to work your way around each component and check the readings.

Being a very low-power device, the BitScope Micro can be plugged straight into your Pi, too, without the need for a USB hub. It’s also user-programmable with C/C++, Python and Pascal for integration into any project, whether that’s engineering, scientific research, education or simply some weekend hardware hacking. And it works in hot or wet field conditions, making it ideal for technical outdoor projects or even attaching to drones (it weighs in at just 12 grams).

There’s a guide to setting up and using the BitScope Micro in the next issue of Linux User & Developer (#145, on sale 23 October), so be sure to order a copy or download our iOS/Android app.

If you want to learn more about the BitScope Micro now, head over to

To win a BitScope Micro, just answer the following question…

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