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Dear Prof Scott

http://www.fluke.com/fluke/usen/products/categoryoscill.htm

http://www.grainger.com/Grainger/portable-digital-oscilloscopes/electronic-bench

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Multimeter

Will it be useful to integrate/combine Portable Digital Oscilloscope and Digital Multimeter into a single Product ?

i.e. Combining functions of Oscilloscope and Multimeter in a single device.

Awaiting your reply,

Thanks & Regards,

Prashant S Akerkar

I'm sure at some point this will be done.

It's like when they 1st made PCs, the languages did such small amounts of stuff since there was so little memory. A single floppy only use to hold 64K of memory. Soon, the floppies were 128K, then 256K, and soon were 512K. At this time, most of the PCs had no internal memory, and there was only 64K or RAM.

As the size of them has increased, so has the products that people sell. My first PC was an 8086, and that was before the 286s, which were followed by the 386s, then the 486s, and then the pentiums. I haven't even kept track of what they've advanced since then.

As I was saying, PCs have advanced so much (along with calculators and phones), I'm sure as the use for them continues to grow, the use of Digital Oscilloscope and Digital Multimeter will grow as well.

Even as we write, they are probably being integrated somewhere.

Did you ever see the movie named, "Click-it"? At least, I believe that was its name.

On it, they had everything wired into one box. That one box controlled a lot of stuff in the house. I know it controlled the lights, TV and PC. It possibly also controlled the oven, the locks, the bath, etc. and whatever else they could think of. Granted, it was only a future device in a movie, but it is a device that is not to far off from occurring.

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Comment | Dear Prof Scott Thank you. Thanks & Regards, Prashant S Akerkar |

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