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  1. Hi Attila, Thanks for the reply, I installed the beta and the board got recognized immediately! Loop-back Waveform Generator - Scope works too! Thank you! Dario
  2. Hello, I have an Analog Discovery Studio and when I fire up Waveforms I cannot detect it (no device found). This is my setup: MacBook Pro 2017 MacOS 10.14.16 Waveforms 3.12.1 I followed the waveforms installation found at: https://reference.digilentinc.com/reference/instrumentation/analog-discovery-studio/[[getting-started-guide]] The device appears listed in the USB section info as a Digilent USB Device so it is recognized by the OS. Tried restarting, plugging, unplugging, re-installing waveforms.. In the past I had the EE Board up and running with the same setup. Any debugging bone you can throw at me? Regards, Dario.
  3. Hello, I've just started to use the EEBoard and I'm having some troubles with the ground connection of the Scope. The first thing I wanted to do was to use the scope functionality to observe a +-5mV signal on an audio board. While I take the measurement I monitor the output audio signal with a pair of headphones I connect a 1x probe between the GND pin and DC pin of Scope. The moment I connect probe GND to the DUT GND a clicking noise comes out of the headphones. Is the GND pin introducing noise in the audio board, or loading it in some way? As an alternative solution I tried connecting the probe GND to AN1 and the probe signal to AN2. Then In WaveForms I subtract AN1 and AN2 and it all works fine. The connection to the DUT doesn't introduce noise anymore and I'm able to observe the audio signal. Is there a recommended way to Scope an external board? Thanks and Regards, Dario