Berardi’s Electronic Projects Quarterly 2016 Summer This issue is focused on building electronic projects for making a simple low-cost oscilloscope that is a standalone piece of test equipment. No PC computer or microprocessor is required. The first project is a 5V DC power supply used to power the other projects. The Logic Test Station project can be used to test out the oscilloscope project. The 555 Astable oscillator project generates a clock that is used by the Oscilloscope project. The final Signal Conditioner project greatly improves the voltage range of signals that can be observed by the Oscilloscope. All projects have documentation including schematics, parts list, wiring instructions, PCB artwork, test methods and color photographs. The author, a retired electronics engineer with over 24 years experience developing electronic products takes you along with his journey of building hobby projects. All of the projects are low cost and are a great learning tool.