Aeroscope: Wireless Oscilloscope

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Mar 31, 2017

Aeroscope's Open Protocol

From Aeroscope’s beginning, we set out to design a completely open protocol. We wanted to empower users to write their own apps because we knew we could never envision all the unique applications people would use Aeroscope for.

Today, we have released complete documentation on Aeroscope’s Bluetooth LE communication protocol. This datasheet is our initial release. It will evolve as we get feedback and questions. We have been beta-testing this documentation with a college student who has been using it to write an Aeroscope app for his senior project. Let us know how you use it.

We are also committed to open-sourcing our app. Right now, we are preparing our app for submission to Apple’s app store. In the coming days (before we ship), we will be releasing the source code on Github as well. Our app is written in Swift and should serve as a good starting point for any custom apps you write or any source code contributions you want to make.

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One Aeroscope wireless oscilloscope probe. Includes standard probe tip, ground lead, mini-grabber tip, and carrying case.


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Aeroscope Labs


Jonathan Ward

Co-founder

Alexander Lee

Co-founder

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