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  1. Hello, I'm, considering getting an Analog Discovery 2, attractive by its low price and versatility! One thing I wanted to know but can't easily see - is there some manner of remote control and data reterival interface? Has it got an API available or does it implement SCPI or similar? While most of what I want it to do I can do through the software, I also want to run some automated tests from Python scripts. As such, I'd like to be able to hook into this measurement kit and pull out current (or buffered) measurements, and be able to trigger pattern generation start/stop. Thanks!
  2. Hi all, I was looking for connecting my Zybo board to internet and I have to do this without using Ethernet. As I am using the board on drone to capture video , process it and stream it. If there is a way using another hardware module like GSM/GPRS which is compatible with the board to stream the video on a webserver, I think it is possible to do it. Question is : How to upload the processed image data to a web server using internet where I cannot use the ethernet. How can i provide internet connectivity. Any information on this topic is really appreciated. Greetings, Saurabh