This is a basic oscilloscope on STM32F103C8T6 microcontroller. The circuit board is kept very simple. No fancy analog stuff – just diode protection circuit and resistor divider. It is a two-channel 8-bit scope with 300kSps each. It accepts voltage levels from 0 to 6.6V. Data stream via USB is live and goes to PC GUI called mini scope v4.Here you have some basic controls, including sampling rate, triggering source and level, buffer size, and other handy stuff. Building a custom USB oscilloscope might seem like a fun project, it can be a lot of work and may not be worth the effort for most people. Here are a few reasons why: All that being said, if you’re really passionate about electronics and want to learn more about how USB oscilloscopes work, building your custom USB oscilloscope can be a gratifying project. Just be prepared for a lot of hard work and possibly some frustration along the way!