Digilent Analog Discovery Studio | New Product Brief
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Digilent Analog Discovery Studio
Digilent’s Analog Discovery Studio provides designers 13 test and measurement instruments in a compact and portable device. The Analog Discovery Studio includes two 14-bit, 100MS/s analog inputs with 30+MHz of bandwidth, two 14-bit, 100MS/s analog outputs, and 16 channels of digital I/O.
Combined, these allow the Analog Discovery Studio to be used as an oscilloscope, logic analyzer, spectrum analyzer, waveform generator, and more. The device also includes a magnetically connected breadboard canvas with fixed and programmable power supply output controlled with physical switches.
The Analog Discovery Studio is supported by the free WaveForms software application, which allows users to configure instruments, capture, record, and analyze data, and run custom scripts to automate tests and measurements.
- Analog Input: 2-channel, 14-bit, 100MS/s, >30MHz bandwidth with BNC cables
- Analog Outputs: 2-channel, 14-bit, 100MS/s, 8MHz bandwidth
- Digital I/O: 16-channels
- Input logic standard: LVCMOS (1.8/3.3V, 5V tolerant)
- Output logic standard: LVCMOS (3.3V, 12mA)
- 13 instruments: Oscilloscope, Logic Analyzer, Spectrum Analyzer, Waveform Generator, and more
- Breadboard canvas with buttons, switches, LEDs, and power supplies
- Power supplies: 3.3V, 5V, ±12V, 1V to 5V, -1V to -5V
- Free WaveForms software: configure instruments, capture/record/analyze data
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