Wireless Oscilloscope

Shipping Fall 2016



Introducing Aeroscope, the world's first wireless oscilloscope probe. Remotely measure any analog signal up to 100 MHz bandwidth. Captured data is streamed to your iPad, iPhone, or Android device.

Perfect for working on robotics and drones. Troubleshoot circuits in their natural environment, not on the bench.

Small, Lightweight, Portable. Experience maximum performance in a minimal package. Easily embeddable, but optimized for hand use with 500 million samples per second between your finger tips.




  • Analog Bandwidth: 100 MHz
  • Sample Rate: 500 MSPS
  • Input Impedance: 10 Mohm || 12 pF
  • Voltage Resolution: 20 mV/div - 10 V/div
  • Measurable Input Voltage Range: +/- 40 V
  • Channels: 1 (optional 2nd channel)
  • Sample Resolution: 8 bits
  • Memory Depth: 10k+ samples
  • Activity sensor for extended battery life
  • Wireless Protocol: Bluetooth LE (Bluetooth 4.1)
  • Wireless Range: 200+ ft / 60+ m
  • Compatible with iPad and iPhone (Android Coming Soon)
  • Add new features just by updating the app
  • Touch gesture support for quick setting changes
  • Built in waveform measurements and cursors
  • Battery Size: 950 mAh
  • Battery Life: All day use (typical: 8 hours)
  • Standard package includes probe tip, mini-grabbers, high speed ground, and standard ground wire
  • MSRP: $359




The inspiration for Aeroscope Labs came while Alexander was debugging a hard circuit problem on a mobile robot. The issue would go away when the robot was set up on a lab bench, but would reappear when driving around. He needed an oscilloscope that would fit inside the robot and beam data back to a separate screen. He began working on the initial concept and soon hooked up with his old friend Jonathan. Jonathan had long been frustrated by the mess of wires ever present on his lab bench and immediately recognized the potential of a completely wireless oscilloscope probe.

Aeroscope Labs is located at the base of the Rocky Mountains in Boulder, Colorado.



Jonathan Ward


Jonathan Ward has always had a passion for measurement tools and equipment. He started his career at Agilent Technologies (now Keysight) designing high-performance spectrum analyzers. Most recently, Jonathan has developed high-volume consumer electronics and portable chemical analysis equipment in the San Francisco Bay Area. In addition to his decade of industry experience, he holds a MS in electrical engineering from Columbia University and a BSEE from Case Western Reserve University.

Alexander Lee


Alexander has been working in the industrial and consumer electronics industries for the past 10 years. He has a BS in electrical engineering from Cal Poly San Luis Obispo and a MSEE from Colorado State University. He began his career at Agilent Technologies (now Keysight) as a production engineer for spectrum analyzers. He has been a key member of many product development teams ranging from high volume consumer electronics to high-end test and measurement equipment and one off precision instruments for satellite operation. Alexander spends his free time with his wife and two dogs or climbing rocks in the Colorado front range.