Karl-Ludwig Butte from Butte Verlag will present at the British Educational Training and Technology Show (BETT).
He will explain how Raspberry Pi and BitScope Micro can be used together to create a platform for education in the fields of electronics, test and measurement.
Karl-Ludwig will join a host of others on the Raspberry Pi stand to run Picademy style workshops and share their passion for all things Raspberry Pi in education.
For his part, Karl-Ludwig will explain what BitScope Micro is and how to set it up with Raspberry Pi. Delegates will see what's possible using this mixed signal scope for Raspberry Pi with some demonstrations using entry level electronic circuits such as a clock generators and amplifiers. Other experiments will cover additional features of BitScope Micro such as the built-in waveform generator, logic analyzer and spectrum analyzer.
Karl-Ludwig will showcase a new mixed signal education lab for BitScope Micro too.
Based on Breadboard One, this tiny new BitScope accessory provides a flexible platform around which to build an entire course in mixed signal electronics.
Being independently USB powered it can be operated powered by Raspberry Pi or it can connect directly with BitScope Micro to create a tiny low cost mixed signal lab for electronics similar to our breadboard prototype built with BitScope Model 10.
If you are interested learn more about test and measurement, Karl-Ludwig will also have the BitScope Micro Probe Adapter on show where you can learn how to use various probes designed for oscilloscopes with BitScope Micro for all sorts of voltage and other signal measurements.
Karl-Ludwig has previously written an excellent series of articles about how to make the most of BitScope Micro and Raspberry Pi when making electronic measurements. They're all published in MagPi magazine and they provide a good introduction using Raspberry Pi with BitScope Micro for test and measurement.
To learn more about BitScope Micro itself please see the tutorial videos. Karl-Ludwig has more instalments planned for MagPi too and if you're going to BETT be sure not to miss his session on Friday at 5pm (timetable).
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