Introductions

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franklinwhughes
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Introductions

Post by franklinwhughes » Sun Jun 15, 2014 7:09 am

Wow, it's all so formal n such.

Frank is what they call me, I am a mechanic, have been since 1996. I however have zero experience when it comes to diagnostic software. I actually remembered a friend of mine, Old Flood they call him, had an oscilloscope running through the idiot box via software. Source-forge had it and to my delight it also has in depth automotive applications. I am ok when it comes to making my way through the standard pc idiot box, I have yet to look deep into this software but it appears to have several over my head features and functions which I imagine are in all reality fairly straight forward so I will have plenty of ?'s which will amuse the lot of yall. Being on the bottom of the knowledge base has it's upsides, the learning is quick and so are the answers I await. No waiting on end for the one person alive who knows the answer to log on an by chance read my post.
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Re: Introductions

Post by AuthorMike » Thu Jun 19, 2014 9:00 am

Welcome to the forum!

We've all been there, so don't panic. Our automotive library (http://www.picoauto.com/automotive-library.html) is full of videos, tutorials, examples, and even a jargon buster. A great resource to start learning about PicoScope.

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