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  1. I build radar systems for a living, and I'm testing the Analog Digilent 2 as an A/D, timing control for other RF hardware, RF switch control, trigger source. Here's what I need to do: Write the software with python using the Waveforms SDK running on Windows 10. Acquire signals on 2 analog channels simultaneously. This must be triggered at a periodic rate on an input other than the two analog in channels. Generate a pulse width of p nanoseconds at an x kilohertz rate. This is a TTL signal. This pulse is used for RF pulse generation, but also as a trigger fo
  2. Hi, I am capturing traces and storing the data using the analog discovery 2. The FDwfAnalogInStatusData() stores the data as double. I want to store the data as binary or integer retaining the precision. Is there a workaround? The source code for the function isn't available so I cannot change that. Following is the snippet of the code ################################################## while True: dwf.FDwfAnalogInStatus(hdwf, c_int(1), byref(sts)) if sts.value == DwfStateDone.value : dwf.FDwfAnalogInStatusData(hdwf, 1, sample_list, 8