Depends on what you need to do. Completely inadequate if you need to take
data with a computer.
I used one for years doing ultrasound preamp and power amp design work. 2
channels right there on the table was really handy, and it was portable,
and it did everything I ever needed it to do in the ham radio world at the
time. The vertical gain switches need to be worked periodically (as do
probably the rest) or it can be somewhat finicky. Not an issue if it's a
daily driver, but mine has taken a back seat to a Tek 7854. For gross
signal checks it's a great scope up to about a GHz. It does get fired up
occasionally as it did this week to verify my 10MHz reference clock was
still choochin'. It was closer to me than the other.
On Mon, Dec 28, 2020 at 1:27 PM Ondrej Pavelka <firstname.lastname@example.org>