Carnegie Mellon University

Eberly Center

Teaching Excellence & Educational Innovation

Electronics for Non-Majors with the NScope

Hands-on electronics education typically requires a substantial infrastructure investment in oscilloscopes / function generators / etc. along with dedicated laboratory space. However, modern microcontroller-based tools allow low-cost, breadboard-level instruction of circuits for non-majors. This demo will introduce the NScope and how it is used to teach basic circuitry in a mechanical engineering elective.

Bedillion, Mark
CIT, Mechanical Engineering