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Analog Discovery USB isolation

Monday, March 13th, 2017

  Bob writes: Back when I was deverloping the PSU burner, I wanted to have the Analog Discovery isolated from the common ground, to avoid noise and other issues. Since I did not have a way to do this, I ended up using a laptop on battery for measurements. But...

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Analog Discovery training resources

Saturday, January 12th, 2013

Tim Kerby notes that there is now a Wiki for the Analog Discovery with lots of fantastic training materials. Check it out! Via the contact form.

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The Analog Discovery review

Thursday, January 10th, 2013

Jack did a review of the Analog Discovery bench tool. This is a 5 MHz 2 channel scope,  5 MHz 2 channel waveform generator, and a 100MSPS 16 channel logic analyzer. This was also the top prize in this year's 7400 contest. The bottom line is that for $199, and...

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Analog Discovery teardown

Tuesday, December 4th, 2012

Mat received his open 7400 contest prize, the Analog Discovery bench tool. He was quick to tear it down and find out how it ticks. The brain of the beast is a Xilinx Spartan-6 FPGA which works in conjunction with a few analog specific IC, like the AD9648 125 MSPS...

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Open 7400 first prize winner receives his Analog Discovery bench tool

Wednesday, November 28th, 2012

Matseng shows off the prize he got for taking first place in this years open 7400 contest with his "Constant load with nixie readouts" entry. He chose to get one of the Analog Discovery bench tools Diligent was kind enough to sponsor the contest with. Analog Discovery is a 100...

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