data acquisition using sound card under linux

data acquisition using sound card under linux

Post by August Buerkl » Tue, 23 Jun 1998 04:00:00

I'm thinking about ways to accomplish A/D conversion for data
acquisition using my linux PC.

Does anyone have any experience using commercial cards under linux?
Does there exist a D/A which won't cost more than my rent?

How about this idea: since most sound cards have an A/D subsystem for
digital voice recording, etc, has anyone thought about hacking one of
these things for data acquisition at low cost?  I don't even know how
much of a pipe dream that may be.

Please inform of any other locations where this information may be

thanks for the help,

Gus Buerkle


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