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For 10 minutes of sampling at 1.25Gsps using 32-bit floats you would need about 3 terabytes of memory. You're not going to even get close to that with a very very powerful desktop. An Arduino...? Dream on. It's never going to happen. An Arduino has a couple of kB of memory. Plus a slow, crude, ADC. You may get a fraction of a second at its highest sample ...


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No way. The UNO has only 2.5kb of RAM, so you can't cache the data points and you would need a very quick link to get the data out. And sampling at 1.25 GigaSamples/s is orders of magnitude beyond an UNO, as its maximum clock frequency is only 16 MHz. An Uno is about $20, while your TDS3014B is around $1500. Sometimes, there's a reason for a different price ...


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