oscilloscopes. USB+computer vs the real thing
I've been learning about hf stuff by workin' on a tech special 30 year old hybrid radio.
Right now, I have it so mal-adjusted that I don't think I can solve the alignment problems without an oscilloscope.
What are your thoughts on the usb+a computer oscilloscopes vs a traditional stand-alone scope?
The USB unit might be a lot easier to store and I'm leaning that way.
Also, the USB ones will (probably) give me a built in frequency counter. A tool essential to getting my kenwood back on the air. Something Like the Hantek DSO-2250?