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  1. I am working on the Zybo Z7-10 board. My goal is to determine the position and orientation of the FPGA in space at any given instance. For that, I am using a PmodACL2 and PmodGYRO. Now, I need to integrate the accelerations and angular velocities. How do I measure the time at which the Pmods are giving me the data?
  2. For the waveform generator to be useful as a load step FET controller, I will need to control both the rise time and fall time of the same pulse. Any suggestions for most easily achieving this?
  3. Hi Everyone, I've been using "Scope1.Channel1.alldata" to collect Channel data from the scope, but is there a function to collect the "Time" data? Best Regards, Nick
  4. Hello, 1. I'm just wondering if I can expect to get time sequence which has 10ns interval (ADC fs=100MHz) when I measure the Analog input from my circuit. (AD, AD2) 2. And because of 16k samples buffer, I only can measure(capture or save data) during 0.16msec (1/100MHz*16k). Is there any way to increase the number of samples to save? 3. Can I change the sampling frequency also? Best regards, Sung
  5. RaulRB

    Time measure SDSoC

    Hello. I can't catch times measures by standards procedures ( "time.h" in C per example) How can I measure the time that one process uses with C in SDSoC? Thanks