From: Jonathan Kirwan
Subject: Re: Broken HP scope 54600A can't be fixed (absolete) !!??
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Date: Sat, 14 Sep 2002 20:49:08 GMT
On Sat, 14 Sep 2002 16:46:31 GMT, Chris Carlen
>Jonathan Kirwan wrote:
>> Gosh darn. I have one of those here at my home.
>> Just a minute... powering up... punching up the buttons...
>> Criminently! It actually says:
>> Welcome to BUGS !
>> CH1 knob moves sideways
>> CH2 knob moves up & down
>> Heads worth 100 points
>> Bodies worth 10 points
>> New Bazooka every 12,000 points
>> hehe. Why, a 'scope almost doesn't get any better than that!
>Argh! Now I *am* jealous. I have a Tek TDS 3014 here at home, which I
>bought after rejecting the Agilent 2+16 scope.
Liked the pretty colors?
(I already had a 4-ch analog scope from Tek. So the "logic"al choice
was to add the HP. I really needed a mixed signal logic analyzer.)
>I blew it!
hehe. Yeah, but now I'm going to be punching all these weird key
combos to see if I can find a Mario Kart or Galaga on the darned
thing. You are, at least, saved from this idiocy by picking Tek.
>Anybody know of any good games on the Tek TDS3000 series?
Tek's management was too serious to go in for all that stuff. Wonder
if anyone has a "software development kit" for it and some hard
Hmm, what about for my Agilent?