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  1. Hi. I have troubles using the trigger functions in the SDK to align the recording of a signal with the pattern generator (DigitalOut Instrument on AD2). What I want to do is essentially, using the SDK in a python script is: - I record a signal from the AWG on the AD2 I am sending through an analog circuit using two multiplexers. - I control the multiplexers with the digitalOut instrument on the AD2. - I want to align the starting point of the digitalOut-pattern and the starting point of the AnalogIn acquisition (record-mode, int16 data) As far as I understand from th
  2. Hi, I'm recently working on the Waveforms SDK with the Analog Discovery 2. I manage to trigger my AnalogIn with the AnalogOut sinus that I generate. My aim is to acquire my sinus in order to calculate the phase shift. Is there a way to get the delay between the start of the AnalogOut generation and the trigger pulse attached to it ? Thank you. Here is the code that I'm using : FDwfAnalogOutNodeEnableSet(hdwf, 0, AnalogOutNodeCarrier, true); FDwfAnalogOutNodeFunctionSet(hdwf, 0, AnalogOutNodeCarrier, funcSine); FDwfAnalogOutNodeFrequencySet(hdwf, 0, AnalogOutNodeCarrier
  3. Hello, I have seen a lot of contradictory information online regarding the sampling frequency of the Analog Discovery 2 ADC channel. Is it possible to sample at around 30 MHz for 20s and store the data in a csv for example with a time stamp? Second Is it possible to run several processes on the board simultaneously such as: 1) 2x analog read and data storage 2) motor control 3) Waveform generator assumming I have enough cores on my computer to run there respective programs.
  4. Hi I am using analogIN record for acquisition of the signal. The problem I encountered is the fact that the acquired signal is randomly delayed in with repetition of the measurements. (see fig attached, where a same measurement is performed several time. Starting point always differ). Is there a particular reason for it and is there an elegant solution except the dirty one which compares delays of different measurements and performs the delay shift operation. Many thanks in advance. I used AnalogIn_Record.py from the example library and analog discovery 2. thanks & cheers,
  5. I'm currently trying to synchronize analog pulses on both AWGs with digital pulses, and simultaneously run both analog scopes and the digital scope. I am trying to trigger all outputs and all scope acquisitions to happen simultaneously with a single PC-Trigger source using the SDK. First question: Why isn't there an AnalogInTriggerSlopeSet function? (You can set the TriggerSlope to rising edge for AnalogOut, DigitalOut, and DigitalIn). Without an AnalogInTriggerSlopeSet function, how do you set the AnalogInTrigger to respond to the same signal as the other three? Second Question: W
  6. I am sending synchronized, phase-shifted pulses with the AWG on both AnalogOut channels on the Discovery2, using a custom application I'm writing in python. I am feeding the AnalogOut directly back to the AnalogIn with no additional hardware involved. I am trying to read the two AWG signals using the AnalogIn channels, but I can't get Channel 2 to report the signal. Instead, both signals are adding together and displaying as coming from channel 1, with the expected channel 2 signal showing up as negative voltages on channel 1. How do I separate the two signals? This is the chunk o
  7. Is there a way to execute "Defined Measurement" functions on an analog input stream from inside a custom Waveforms SDK program? I'm particularly interested in running a frequency measurement from my custom application (but ideally all of the factory defined measurement functions would be available). Judging by the SDK documentation, it seems that the only way to accomplish such a feat is to re-implement the calculation by hand such that it runs against an appropriate buffer of acquired samples. I don't want to duplicate this effort unless it's absolutely necessary. Even being able to see