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MHZ100Q - on sourceforge

I can now digitize one signal at 100MHz using my A/D card, capture in the Digilent Xilinx FPGA board, and upload to a PC via the USB port. I'm using Octave to upload and display the data, making a sort of oscilloscope. So I decided it's time to create a sourceforge open-source project.
It's . Code is all in Subversion. It's all there, but I still need to create some build instructions and other documentation.

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