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  1. Is it possible to write script witch convert analog channel data to digital in real time? I need to use uart decoding on differential transmission.. is it possible without directional line receiver ic? this print screen is with 485 line driver hocked up to analog discovery..
  2. Hello, I am new to the Analog Discovery and WaveForm software, so this might be a "silly" question. I did try to run some scripts in WaveForm3,0 (The latest version). Right now, I am just running the example code coming with the tool. It is shown in the following, it gave errors, like Can't find variable: Wavegen1, etc. I believe I have to add a library which includes all the definitions of this variables, but I didn't find them. Can anyone help with me and show me how to get codes like this to run successfully? Thanks so much! function main(){ if(!('Wavegen1' in this) || !('Scope1' in this)) { throw("Please open a Scope and a Wavegen instrument"); } Wavegen1.run(); for(var idx = 0; wait(1) && idx < 10; idx++){ Scope1.single(); if(!Scope1.wait()){ return; } var average = 0; var data = Scope1.Channel1.data; data.forEach(function(sample){average += sample;}) average /= data.length; print(idx+" Average: "+average+" V"); } } main();
  3. To check the quality of my measurements I'd like to repeat a bodeplot sweep e.g. 100 times, I'd like to use the data of those sweeps to determine their mean and standard deviation. I wonder whether there is something built in in WaveForms 3 for this kind of repeated measurements? kind regards, hugo