This PIC microcontroller project is from a St. Cloud State University course. Jacob Scherer did a good job at making a multifunction system using a PIC chip, it can function as a digital oscilloscope, spectral analyzer, pulse generator and pulse width measurement, temperature sensor, and capacitor sensor! This project reminds me of the ones that are created in the Cornell ECE 5760 course.
"It is a microcontroller based system using PIC18F4455, which is connected to a PC via USB and C# GUI interface. The oscilloscopes functions up to around 20kHz with a sampling frequency around 70 KHz and the pulse width measurement works across this entire range, the spectrum analyzer works up to 35kHz (the Nyquist frequency of the sampler), the temperature sensor is good from 0 to 150 degrees C, and the capacitor measurement is around 1% accurate in the range of .001uF to 10uF."
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