Shalom

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  1. That makes a lot of sense about the scope lines... thanks for the explanation! It'd be great to put the Wavegen lines into the suggestion box for future revs of the BNC Adapter This is my first semester having my students use the AD2 (with adapter and probes) at the university and it would just be a nice option for them. Thanks again 👍
  2. Bummer, I was hoping it would pass through to the flywires also. Any chance that functionality could be added in the future (as long as it doesn't affect the signal integrity)? Thanks for pointing me to the schematic... I totally missed it the first I looked there. Cheers, Shalom
  3. I was hoping that I could still use the W1 and W2 channels through the flywires, when using the BNC Adapter, and use the BNC connectors with the scope probes. This is due to the fact that I have limited cabling. It looks like it's not possible to use W1 and W2 through the flywires when connected to the BNC Adapter. I was hoping to verify that by seeing the schematic. Is that available or can someone from Digilent verify this. Thanks, Shalom
  4. I appreciate that, but it would also be nice to know Digilent's reasons. Thanks for you input
  5. The output impedance of the waveform generator (of the AD2) can be chosen to be zero or 50 ohms when using the BNC adapter... can you explain reasons (situations) for using the 50 ohm over the 0 ohm option and vice versa?
  6. I'm playing with the Network Analysis capability on the Analog Discovery 2 and see something curious and I was hoping you could explain it to me. See the attached image, from WaveFroms, as a reference for my question: I'm getting the Bode plot of a System/Filter. You'll notice that Channel 1 (yellow) is the input to the system and Channel 2 (blue) is the output. The plot shows the Magnitude of each channel relative to Channel 1. What bothers me is that Channel 1 should always be 1 to 1 (or 0 dB) with respect to itself. You'll notice that this seems to be the case up to about 10 kHz w