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  1. When I use the waveform generator on my analog discovery 2, the input signal produced has started clipping at around -1.2 or so. I tried it on multiple computers and tried each type and setting and cannot produce correct results. When the amplitude is set to 1V the negative swing does not reach all the way to -1 but the positive swing is correct. When amplitude is greater than 1V it clips on the negative swing. Anyone know what could be wrong?
  2. Hi all, I need a low-cost waveform generator, and I want to confirm that the AD2 will do what I need prior to purchasing. My requirements are as follows: LabVIEW API One output channel: square wave at 1kHz minimum Second output channel: sine wave sweep from 3MHz to 5MHz typically, possibly up to 10 MHz At least 5 Vpp sine amplitude The spec sheet for the AD2 (http://www.ni.com/pdf/manuals/AnalogDiscovery2NIDatasheet.pdf) seems to imply that it can accommodate these specs, but the wording on the analog bandwidth is a little fuzzy, so I wanted to check. If anyone can confirm that the AD2 is an appropriate choice, I'd appreciate it. Thanks!