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  1. Hello, I am trying to plot the sine wave of frequency 100 Hz and 500mV amplitude, but the waves in the scope are not reflecting it. I have also observed that the measurements for the frequency is also exceeding the 100 Hz. I would really appreciate if anyone can explain this concept.
  2. Hello, I just signed up, so first let me say hello. I've been using the Analog Discovery 2 for a while now and I must say, this is one of the best values available in its category. I seldom power up my Tektronix now. I turn to that only when I need more than two analog channels and/or faster sampling and higher bandwidth. What a great product! Okay, now to the question: I want to create a custom math channel that will climb a waveform looking for the highest sample value, (the peak). The output of this should hold each highest value encountered in C1 until a higher value is encoun
  3. Hello! I have a system receiving a sine wave of one of the analog discovery waveform generator channels. The sine wave changes when crosses the system and at the end, the modified sine wave is read by the analog discovery scope channel. The original sine wave starts at t=t0s but the acquitision only starts at t=t1s. I need your help to try to read, simultaneously, both the modified sine wave and the original sine wave. sAnjo