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At Digilent, we champion the power of data in driving informed decisions across diverse industries. From optimizing industrial processes to monitoring vital signs in healthcare, the ability to effectively collect …

What is a Data Logger?

A data acquisition device is designed to work with a computer to capture and store data. On the other hand, a data logger is a data acquisition device and computer …

Data rates on serial and parallel transmission lines are increasing rapidly. So are the data integrity issues developers face. Eye diagrams make their life easier. Higher data rates in telecommunications …

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Why Do Electronic Components Have Such Odd Values?

If you’ve been around electronics for a while, you’ve probably noticed that components like resistors, capacitors, zener diodes and inductors come in some odd values. Looking at the chart above, there seems to be no clear rationale behind the values, but there is a pattern. 47kΩ resistors and 22μF capacitors are everywhere, but not 40kΩ or 50kΩ resistors, or 20μF or 30μF capacitors. So what’s the deal? It all has to do with preferred numbers.

MiB vs MB- Whats the Difference?

Brandon K. provides a quick rundown on the nuances of notation.

Verilog vs. VHDL

At this point in reading the blog and going through the learn material, you might realize that there is a lot of FPGA code. It doesn’t look like C, it doesn’t look like Java…what is it?

How to Code a State Machine in Verilog

Now we know what a state machine is. But how do we code one?