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  1. Hi , while changing the frequency from WaveForms with Analog Discovery 2 the transition between frequencies is not a smooth, it forces the Wavegen to reset the start applying the new requested frequency. is it possible to have a smooth transition between frequencies for example while using the basic settings on WaveForms can I use the bar to set a new target frequency then the transition from the old running frequency to the new target one is controlled somehow like a small sweep to the new target frequency. hope that makes sense ..... regards
  2. Greetings, I am having some trouble with measuring 3 phase (U, V , W) line to line voltage with the Analog Discovery 1. Before this I used an oscilloscope and just connected the probe to my inverter's U & V, V & W and U & W output. But as i changed to analog discovery, the line to line voltages were too high and the AD automatically stops and an error message appears. So I tried using a voltage divider. But at a 1:20 ratio of Vout vs Vin, my AD still stops midway and still shows an error. If anyone would be so kind to help me I would be very grateful. I am still just a s