MicahK555

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  1. Thanks for the advise, the resistive divider does work, but I guess from now on I'll have to try and avoid using such low input signals.
  2. Hello all, I am having some trouble with noise from the waveform generator on the electronics explorer board. I have made an op-amp, but the output is very noisy, I thought it was my circuit at first, but it seems the input signal itself is noisy. Noisy in, noisy out. If any of you know of a solution to this problem I would greatly appreciate it. I have attached images of the the oscilloscope readings as well as the inputs I am supplying to the circuit. Thank you for your time, - Micah
  3. Hello all, First of all thank you for clicking this post, and please if you are knowledgeable in the network analyzer functions read this if you have time. I am having some trouble with the gain reading of the network analyzer. I am currently a student with a simple project of designing an inverting op-amp with a gain of approximately 32 db (and no this is not me trying to get someone to do my project for me). As far as I can tell the network analyzer must be reading it wrong or I have some setting that is off. I will try to summarize: I designed the circuit by hand, hand calcul
  4. Thanks @attila, Updating the driver by following your instructions worked splendidly!
  5. Hello, I recently purchased an EE board and I am having the issue attila listed. "6. In case you see Unknown Device, verify the Hardware IDs under Properties, Details tab. If this is USBVID_04B4&PID_8613... ask for USB EEPROM reprogramming application." Specifically my computer list the hardware ID's as: USB\VID_1443&PID_0007&REV_0000 USB\VID_1443&PID_0007 However in the waveform software I cannot locate the my board to ask for USB EEPROM; in fact, there is no electronics explorer board option available to select only the digital