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  1. Greetings, Is there a way to receive 0/1 values for the captured samples using FDwfDigitalInStatusData? I tried transmitting ASCII "a" but the result for each channel is different. I expected and wanted a result of Binary (1000 0110) using ASCII "a", but the actual result that I got was different for each DIO channels. Actual result using DIO #0 = (1)000 0(1)(1)0 Actual result using DIO #1 = (2)000 0(2)(2)0 Actual result using DIO #2 = (4)000 0(4)(4)0 Actual result using DIO #7 = (128)000 0(128)(128)0 I want the result from DIO #1, 2, and 7 to display 0/1 values, but I haven't had any breakthroughs so far. I'm aware that I asked this question sometime ago, but I decided to start a new thread because the other one is too long already. The previous advice that was given to me is from this link: The problem is, I did not fully understand how to apply it to the code I'm working on given below: Dim idxDevice As Integer : idxDevice = -1 Dim handle As Integer 'LA Parameters Dim phzFreq As Double Dim acqMode As Integer : acqMode = 0 Dim trigSrc As Byte : trigSrc = 3 'trigsrcDetectorDigitalIn As Byte = 3 'Set Trigger Bits for Channels to be used Dim LowStateTrigger As UInteger : LowStateTrigger = 0 Dim HighStateTrigger As UInteger : HighStateTrigger = 0 Dim RisingEdgeTrigger As UInteger : RisingEdgeTrigger = 0 Dim FallingEdgeTrigger As UInteger : FallingEdgeTrigger = &HFFFF Dim BaudRate As Double : BaudRate = 9600 Dim nBits As Integer : nBits = 16 Dim SampleMode As Integer : SampleMode = 0 'DwfDigitalInSampleModeSimple As Byte = 0 '4096 for 8bit, 2048 for 16 bit, 1024 for 32bit Dim cSamples As Integer : cSamples = 2048 Dim cSamplesAfterTrigger As Integer : cSamplesAfterTrigger = cSamples - 1 Dim fReconfigure As Integer : fReconfigure = 0 Dim fStart As Integer : fStart = 1 Dim fReadData As Integer : fReadData = 1 Dim sts As Byte Dim rgwData(cSamples) As UInt16 Dim countOfDataBytes As Integer : countOfDataBytes = 2 * cSamples 'Opening Device Call AD2_FDwfDeviceOpen(idxDevice, handle) 'DigitalIn Parameters Call AD2_FDwfDigitalInInternalClockInfo(handle, phzFreq) Call AD2_FDwfDigitalInAcquisitionModeSet(handle, acqMode) Call AD2_FDwfDigitalInTriggerSourceSet(handle, trigSrc) Call AD2_FDwfDigitalInTriggerSet(handle, LowStateTrigger, HighStateTrigger, RisingEdgeTrigger, FallingEdgeTrigger) Call AD2_FDwfDigitalInTriggerAutoTimeoutSet(handle, 10.0) Call AD2_FDwfDigitalInDividerSet(handle, (phzFreq / BaudRate)) Call AD2_FDwfDigitalInSampleFormatSet(handle, nBits) Call AD2_FDwfDigitalInSampleModeSet(handle, SampleMode) Call AD2_FDwfDigitalInBufferSizeSet(handle, cSamples) Call AD2_FDwfDigitalInTriggerPositionSet(handle, cSamplesAfterTrigger) 'Configure for Reception Call AD2_FDwfDigitalInConfigure(handle, fReconfigure, fStart) 'Start Reception Call AD2_FDwfDigitalInStatus(handle, fReadData, sts) 'Retrieves Captured Samples Call AD2_FDwfDigitalInStatusData(handle, rgwData, countOfDataBytes) 'Closing Device Call AD2_FDwfDigitalInReset(handle) Call AD2_FDwfDeviceClose(handle) Any advice would really help a lot. Thanks in advance Regards, Lesiastas
  2. Greetings, I am creating a VBA Macro Script to enable the Pattern Generator function of Analog Discovery 2 for parallel transmission of data. I've already created a VB6 Wrapper (Pattern_Generator) containing these two files: 1). Pattern Generator Wrapper.txt(Calls APIs from dwf.vb) 2). dwf.vb I've referenced it to a VBA Script to call those functions using this snippet of codes: Public TxWrapper As Pattern_Generator.ComClass1 Public Function PatGenForTx() Set TxWrapper = New Pattern_Generator.ComClass1 'PatGen Parameters Dim rgBits1 As String: rgBits1 = "UART" Dim n As Long: n = Len(rgBits1) + 1 Dim idxDevice As Long: idxDevice = -1 Dim handle As Long Dim phzFreq As Double Dim idxChannel1 As Long: idxChannel1 = 0 Dim fEnable As Long: fEnable = 1 Dim secRun1 As Double: secRun1 = (n * 8) * (1 / 9600) Dim cRepeat As Long: cRepeat = 1 Dim t As Long: t = 1 ''DwfDigitalOutTypeCustom As Byte = 1 Dim i As Long: i = 2 ''DwfDigitalOutIdleHigh As Byte = 2 Dim countOfBits1 As Long: countOfBits1 = n * 8 Dim fStart As Long: fStart = 1 'Initializing Device PatGen = TxWrapper.AD2_FDwfDeviceOpen(idxDevice, handle) 'Setting for enabling 1st Channel PatGen = TxWrapper.AD2_FDwfDigitalOutInternalClockInfo(handle, phzFreq) PatGen = TxWrapper.AD2_FDwfDigitalOutEnableSet(handle, idxChannel1, fEnable) PatGen = TxWrapper.AD2_FDwfDigitalOutRunSet(handle, secRun1) PatGen = TxWrapper.AD2_FDwfDigitalOutRepeatSet(handle, cRepeat) PatGen = TxWrapper.AD2_FDwfDigitalOutTypeSet(handle, idxChannel1, t) PatGen = TxWrapper.AD2_FDwfDigitalOutIdleSet(handle, idxChannel1, i) PatGen = TxWrapper.AD2_FDwfDigitalOutDividerSet(handle, idxChannel1, (phzFreq / 9600)) PatGen = TxWrapper.AD2_FDwfDigitalOutDataSet(handle, idxChannel1, rgBits1, countOfBits1) 'Start Site 1 Transmission PatGen = TxWrapper.AD2_FDwfDigitalOutConfigure(handle, fStart) 'Closing Device PatGen = TxWrapper.AD2_FDwfDigitalOutReset(handle) PatGen = TxWrapper.AD2_FDwfDeviceCloseAll() End Function But I am encountering this error at the FDwfDigitalOutDataSet: Any advice? Regards, Lesiastas
  3. Hello, I am working on a project that uses the Analog Discovery 2 to measure the response of a DUT over a long period (hours or days). I am working in LabVIEW and have been building this project using the foundation provided in the LabVIEW project shared here. It uses both the Waveform Generator functionality to apply a signal and the Scope functionality to measure the response. Currently, I am running into a problem where my code stops working after 250 minutes. It seems to be very consistent. I and another have replicated the issue using multiple AD2 devices, multiple PCs, and both the LabVIEW source code as well as compiled into an executable. I have used LabVIEW to do profiling on the memory usage and such of the application and I do not believe I have a memory leak eating away at the PC. Also, the timeout is very repeatable to 250 minutes. The log files always end after that amount of time has passed. Is it possible that the AD2 session has a timeout built into it somehow? If so, how do I reset the AD2 before the timeout occurs? I looked through the SDK and did not find a function call that appeared to be the obvious one to use. Any help would be appreciated! Thank you.
  4. Hello Digilent Forums, I am trying to write a Python script for the impedance analyzer. I am reading the WaveForms SDK and following examples. I noticed all methods in the examples that use the dwf (Ex: `dwf.FDwfDeviceOpen`) use positional arguments. In the SDK, it lists the parameter names/types for the method (Ex: `FDwfDeviceOpen(int idxDevice, HDWF *phdwf)`). I have tried and failed to figure out how to specify them using keyword arguments instead. Is it possible? Thank you in advance for your help!
  5. I would like to use the Analog Discovery 2 to look at the carrier signal coming in from an AM broadcast station. To do this I would need to tune or filter the many signals coming in on my antenna down to one station of interest. I am thinking that this type of tuning is not something that the AD2 can do. Is this correct? Does anyone know of a simple device that can act as a front end to the AD2 to tune and perhaps amplify the signal in this way? I have looked into SDR's that are very focused on doing just this but I am not seeing how I can extract the carrier signal before it goes to mixing and demodulation.
  6. I've followed the directions for updating the driver in this forum, no luck. I get a device cannot start when updating the drivers. No LEDs light in the Analog Discover 2. I get a "USB Device not Recognized". My AD2 has worked for a long time on 3 computers, now it's quite dead. It was working just before I shut down my computer while Win 10 updates were lurking. It could be the AD2 was starting to fail. It was constantly getting disconnected. Any ideas? Thanks, Mike Yee
  7. Is it possible to fill the buffer of a Scope Math channel from a script? Scope1.Math1.data[i] = some value Thanks in advance, Greg