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  1. Hi all, I have a question about AD2 immediate sampling data output. I am doing a university project which needs AD2 to do analog signal measurement on LabVIEW. AD2 measures a signal with 12.8 KHz sampling frequency. I am wondering if I can get the immediate measured data without sample lost? Thanks!
  2. I am trying to use a DAQ to analyze I2C, SPI, and UART signals and then classify them, so they have to be the actual output signals from the Cora Z7 board. However, I am limited due to the project itself to use only the General Purpose I/O pins (IO0-IOA(IO42)). Is it possible to funnel the SPI, I2C, and UARt signals through these pins, or can you only use the specified pins, such as SDA/SCL, MISO/MOSI, or the USB UART bridge to do this?
  3. With limited funds and learning curve time , trying to decide on system(s) to purchase. AD2 looks as if it suits me well for support instrumentation used for auxiliary circuit development .The software is well done and versatile The 100Ms scope sample rate and multiple device syncing lean me toward the AD2 ,but the EE is better for bread-boarding. I am not seeing much info/clarity in either the GUI interface, scripting or the SDK in using either board as a high rate DAQ. I don't want to get down to the level of the FPGA itself , looking for functional tools to make pr
  4. My lab is currently using an ATLYS board to run an experiment on a piece of hardware. We'd like to collect as much data as possible, which may involve having multiple instances of the hardware, each connected to a different ATLYS board. Is it possible to have more than one ATLYS connected via Ethernet to a given PC? If so, what is the maximum practical amount and what are the best practices for accomplishing this? If not, are there any alternatives you can suggest? Thanks!