Assoc. Prof. Fisher from the Department of Measurement introduced the unique device LEO (Little Embedded Oscilloscope) in another report for CT24 and Český rozhlas. In the interview, it was mentioned, among other things, how the LEO can be used by students at uni and secondary schools and the advantages and disadvantages of the device.
For more detail, please visit the following CT page https://www.ceskatelevize.cz/ivysilani/10101491767-studio-ct24/220411058301130?start=1302
or Český rozhlas https://program.rozhlas.cz/zaznamy#/plus/22/2020-12-02 (starts from 7:24)
The LEO can be used as an oscilloscope, voltmeter, function generator, DC power supply, pulse generator, counter, or logic analyzer. All you have to do is download and then install the software on your computer and standard Nucleo F303RE board, which is available for free on the relevant website. The device is extremely cheap and can be used for experiments and gaining practical experience not only in electronics, sensor technology, electrical engineering, but can also be used in physics, biomedical engineering, and similar fields. Its operation is very simple and intuitive.