fpliuzzi

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  1. Thanks you very much for this new feature in WaveForms v3.8.18. This is really an excellent addition to an already full featured piece of software.
  2. Hello, The forum post below from a year ago shows a screenshot of the unfinished impedance analyzer that's presently 'hidden' in the WaveForms software (at least in v2.7.5). Hopefully this useful tool will be made available for our use in the near future. It would make the already excellent software even better. https://forum.digilentinc.com/topic/369-analog-discovery-networkanalyzer-db-v/#comment-1228
  3. The Analog Discovery and Audio Analyzer Suite software combination that I mentioned in my original post above can be see in action in this new video by the software developer. He's shown using the test setup to document the performance of one of his vacuum tube amplifiers. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-hUD6TPhQGI I just thought that some fellow Analog Discovery users might find the video interesting.
  4. Thank you for your contributions. That is a very interesting use for the Analog Discovery. The article would also be a nice addition to your 'Analog Discovery Notes' page at www.jensign.com/Discovery/index.html
  5. Just wanted to let fellow users of the Analog Discovery module know that a member of the EEVBlog forum has written an excellent application which adds some additional audio related testing capabilities to the already multi-talented Analog Discovery device. The lengthy forum thread discussing the 'Audio Analyzer Suite' by forum member 'jaxbird' can be found here... www.eevblog.com/forum/projects/analog-disovery-as-audio-analyzer/ The above thread also contains quite a few screenshots of the software in action. New features were added to the application as the forum thread grew in length (reply #51 of the thread has a download link for the software). I've found it to be a really useful addition to my test bench since I mainly work on audio related projects/repairs.