Dave reviews the Analog Discovery 14bit 100MS/s USB oscilloscope and multi-function instrument from Digilent.
It has a 2-Channel Oscilloscope
2-Channel Waveform Generator
16-Channel Logic Analyzer
16-Channel Digital Pattern Generator
±5VDC Power Supplies
Network Analyzer with Bode, Nichols and Nyquist plots.
EEVblog #692 – Digilent Analog Discovery Review – [Link]
A new low-cost, community-oriented development kit for the Xilinx’s Zynq-7000 Extensible Processing Platform (EPP) has been announced by Avnet and Digilent. The ZedBoard kit includes everything necessary to create designs based on Linux, Android, Windows, or another OS/RTOS and targets designers and students interested in exploring and prototyping application ideas for the new EPP architecture. [via]
ZedBoard is based on a Xilinx Zynq-7000 XC7Z020 EPP device and features:
- 512 MB DDR3 RAM;
- 256 MB QSPI flash;
- 4 GB SD card;
- on-board USB JTAG programming;
- 10M/100M/1G Ethernet;
- USB OTG 2.0/ USB UART;
- PS and PL I/O expansion (FMC, Pmod, XADC);
- multiple display output capability (1080p HDMI, 8-bit VGA, 128×32 OLED);
- I²S audio codec.
ZedBoard – Low-Cost Development Kit for Zynq – [Link]
The BlueRover, designed by the Youritronics team, won the 1st prize in this year Digilent Romania 2010 design contest. BlueRover is a smartphone controlled rover based on Cerebot 32MX4 development board. He has CO, gas and temperature sensors and can sense even the surface that is beneath him. He does that with the help of his integrated accelerometer, that send data back to the remote. [via]
Digilent 2010 design contest winner – [Link]