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  1. I’m planning to purchase an arbitrary waveform generator and a colleague of mine recommended Analog Discovery 2. I need to know if it can support my resolver interface testing requirements, see attachment Fig1_ResolverSystemDiagram.png. Is it possible to emulate the “Resolver Sensor” signals shown in the picture using Analog Discovery 2. The EXC (excitation signal, sine wave of 10KHz) should be used as a carrier signal to generate modulated SIN and COS signals as shown in the attachment Fig2_RepresentationOfResolverSignals.png.
  2. Hi guys, I would like to find out if it is possible to log an analog signal at 100MSPS for about 5 to 10 minutes? I red that the buffer of the AD2 is very limited so it wont safe a continuously file without any gaps. But this would be fundamental. If there are these gaps, is it possible to estimate the length of these gaps? If this would work, what proper solutions are there to safe the data? I thought a Raspberry would be perfect for this. But I red that the AD2 has some problems with it. How would the software waveforms safe the data? Is it easy to export it to excel? Would be great if you can help me. Pascal