Gives students access to a 100 MS/s oscilloscope, a logic analyzer, and six other instruments in a pocket-sized lab device.
The Analog Discovery 2 transforms any PC into an electrical engineering workstation. This USB-powered device enables students to build and test analog and digital circuits in any environment with the functionality of traditional benchtop instruments. In addition to the 100 MS/s two-channel oscilloscope, the Analog Discovery 2 provides a two-channel waveform generator, 16-channel logic analyzer, 16-channel digital pattern generator, spectrum analyzer, network analyzer, voltmeter, and ±5 VDC adjustable power supplies.
Downloads and Links
- Download Evaluation – WaveForms Toolkit for LabVIEW by Digilent
- Getting Started with LabVIEW and Analog Discovery 2 – NI Edition
Complementary Labs for Electrical Engineering based on Analog Discovery 2
Complementary Labs for Electrical Engineering provides students with seven labs designed to span multiple courses in a typical four-year Electrical Engineering undergraduate program. These labs are designed to show how the Analog Discovery 2 can be used to complement existing lab setups by providing a way for students to experiment and use hardware at home, without the pressure of having to finish a lab within a dedicated lab period. The labs do not cover a full-semester of topics; instead, they provide instructors with a few ideas on how they could integrate the Analog Discovery 2 into their own courses in order to give students a more holistic engineering experience. More information is here
Real Analog: Circuits 1
“Real Analog” is a comprehensive collection of educational materials that seamlessly blend hands-on design projects with theoretical concepts and circuit analysis techniques. Developed for university circuits classes by practicing engineers and experienced educators, Real Analog is centered on a newly-written 12-chapter textbook and features: – Exercises designed to reinforce textbook and lecture topics – Homework assignments for every chapter – Multiple design projects that reinforce and extend theoretical concepts using the Analog Discovery 2 – Worksheets and videos to help students complete design projects outside of the lab. More information is here.