Article by: Digilent Inc.
Digilent and Excelpoint will be hosting a webinar on October 13 on Versatile Handheld Tools for Circuit Testing and Debugging.
With the trend towards smaller laboratory spaces and increasingly geographically distributed engineering teams, companies are choosing all-in-one multifunctional instruments to complement traditional laboratories, creating a demand for test and measurement solutions. laptops that can support all types of circuit designs.
Engineers and students can now use Digilent’s portable test and measurement instruments to support their circuit projects and learning anytime, anywhere. Digilent’s range of portable test and measurement products are equipped with an oscilloscope, logic analyzer, waveform generator and other user-friendly features, allowing engineers to continue with their design work. circuits without having to enter laboratories to access traditional benchtop equipment.
Introducing Digilent’s Analog Discovery Pro, a portable high-resolution mixed signal testing system that is smaller and lighter than a laptop. It connects to a host computer through one of its four high-speed USB 2.0 ports or through its Ethernet interface, and is controlled by Digilent’s free WaveForms software running on the host. This software, refined by over 10 years of customer feedback, offers a superior user experience with features competitive with traditional benchtop instruments and is compatible with macOS, Windows and Linux operating systems.
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With the different methods of task automation (math channels, scripts and Linux mode), Analog Discovery Pro is able to support engineers in research and validation, as well as testing complex systems, thus reducing the cycle time of design and improving productivity.
In a webinar to be held on October 13, 2021, Digilent, an NI company, and Excelpoint will present Digilent’s range of portable test and measurement devices; advanced triggering and software filtering to reduce average test time using scripts; and discuss the importance of performing mixed signal analysis in digital circuit design. This will be followed by a question and answer (Q&A) session.
Led by Alex Wong, Technical Sales Director at Digilent, the webinar will be held at 1:30 p.m. Singapore (11:00 a.m. India | 3:30 p.m. Australia | 12:30 p.m. Vietnam / Thailand).
All participants will have the chance to win attractive prizes in the draw.
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