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  1. Hi, I found this cool BNC Adapter for analog discovery : https://store.digilentinc.com/bnc-adapter-for-analog-discovery/ I just want to know if this works for OpenScope MZ. Here is your reference for pin diagram for analog discovery : And here is OpenScope MZ's pin diagram
  2. Serial digital interface (SDI) is a digital video interface used with the most of professional video cameras. It uses BNC connector and operates at speeds of 3 Gb/s or about, depending on the standard. The more detailed specification can be found in wikipedia. Most of the SDI adapters for FPGA use FMC connectors, like this one. There is no FMC connector on Zybo Z7 board, but it does have multiple PMOD ports. Could they probably substitute? If some simple extra circuitry is required, we maybe could build it on the top of some generic PMOD adapter like this. My major doubts are, would such
  3. Hi Folks Although the Analog Discovery has fully differential analog (scope) inputs, the Discovery BNC adapter board does NOT! For some reason the negative inputs of both analog channels have been connected to the Analog Discovery ground. Therefore, they form a short circuit between any conductors they are connected to. Why is this important? I just found out the hard way, when I connected the scope leads from the Discovery BNC adapter board to parts of a circuit at very different voltages. I was expecting each channel to measure the differential voltage across each probe. Instead, there w
  4. I'm trying to configure the Discovery2 with BNC adapter to transmit three different clock-synchronized pulses to three interacting pieces of equipment via the BNC. I'm aiming for precise independent control of waveform, frequency, pulse-width, triggers, etc, all from the same master clock. I need precise pulse timing integrity at the khz level, with minimal degradation over 30ft+ cable distances, hence why we are aiming to use the AWG on the BNC rather than the pattern tool on DIO pins in WaveForms. The BNC Adapter for the Discovery2 is configured with two input and two output ports. Is
  5. Hypothetical question. According to Discovery2 reference manual (https://reference.digilentinc.com/reference/instrumentation/analog-discovery-2/reference-manual) there is a maximum of 50 volts peak AC input to the oscilloscope leads. If I use my BNC adapter board and set the switch on my probe to 10x setting, could I look at 110 volts AC from the wall outlet without doing damage to my Discovery2? Would it look like eleven volts on the computer screen?
  6. The retired product, PmodCON2 (BNC adapter, http://store.digilentinc.com/pmodcon2-bnc-connectors-retired/), is exactly what I need! Are there any equivalent products, or do I need to solder something myself?
  7. What advantages does the BNC adapter offer to the first generation Analog Discovery?