Aeroscope: Wireless Oscilloscope Probe

by Aeroscope Labs

A wireless, ultra-portable oscilloscope with impressive specs – debug circuits in their natural environment.

Jul 20, 2016

Next Steps

Our crowdfunding campaign has ended and unfortunately we didn't meet our funding goal. Read the full update.

Jul 14, 2016

Aeroscope's Roll Mode

Today we demonstrate Aeroscope's ability to capture low frequency data with a feature called roll mode. Read the full update.

Jul 08, 2016

Aeroscope's High-Speed Signal Performance

An oscilloscope's step response is important to look at because it captures all of the dynamic specifications that the instrument offers. Read the full update.

Jun 30, 2016

Pulse Trigger

A few backers have given feedback that they would like to see additional triggering options besides standard edge triggers. Read the full update.

Jun 27, 2016

Switching Supply

One of Aeroscope's best features is the isolation it provides. Read the full update.

Jun 23, 2016

Make Article

Make magazine recently published an article by the Aeroscope team discussing overseas manufacturing. Read the full update.

Jun 22, 2016

Aeroscope's Memory Interface

In this video, we explore some cool features of Aeroscope's memory system. When Aeroscope is running, it only downloads a screen's worth of data at a time - around 500 samples. Read the full update.

Jun 18, 2016

RedBot Embedded

In this video, we show how you can embed Aeroscope inside a robot to remotely analyze signals. Read the full update.

$23,870 raised

of $100,000 goal

24% Funded Time Expired
Jul 19 2016


Aeroscope Labs

The inspiration for Aeroscope Labs came while Alexander was debugging a hard circuit problem on a mobile robot. The issue would go away when the robot was set up on a lab bench, but would reappear when driving around. He needed an oscilloscope that would fit inside the robot and beam data back to a separate screen. He began working on the initial concept and soon hooked up with his old friend Jonathan. Jonathan had long been frustrated by the mess of wires ever present on his lab bench and immediately recognized the potential of a completely wireless oscilloscope probe.

Jonathan Ward


Alexander Lee


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