Analog Discovery (Legacy)
- Network Analyzer
- Spectrum Analyzer
The Analog Discovery has been replaced by the Analog Discovery 2.
The Digilent Analog Discovery™, developed in conjunction with Analog Devices Inc., is a multi-function instrument that can measure, record and generate analog and digital signals. The small, portable and low-cost Analog Discovery (Figure 1) was created so that engineering students could work with analog and digital circuits anytime, anywhere - right from their PC.
WaveForms Instrument Guides
Third Party Software Support
The Breadboard Adapter, featuring a small breadboard that connects to the Analog Discovery, is a way to easily set up and demonstrate portable circuits.
For more information, see the Breadboard Adapter's Resource Center.
The Breadboard Breakout allows the pins of the Analog Discovery to be directly connected to a breadboard.
For more information, see the Breadboard Breakout's Resource Center.
The BNC Adapter allows standard BNC-terminated test leads and probes to be used with the Analog Discovery.
For more information, see the BNC Adapter's Resource Center.
The Impedance Analyzer Adapter for the Analog Discovery makes WaveForms' Impedance Analyzer instrument easier to use by providing the reference resistors and relays required for the instrument's use. The appropriate reference circuit for the job is automatically selected.
Note: The Impedance Analyzer requires an up-to-date version of WaveForms.
For more information, see the Impedance Analyzer's Resource Center.
- AM Signal Demodulation and Playback
- Decoding a Manchester Encoded Signal
- Displaying Joystick Position
- I2C Protocol Viewer
- RC Low-Pass Filter Model vs Real Behavior
- SPI Protocol Viewer
- Transistor I-V Curve Tracing
- Using a Script to Output Keypad Data to Console
- Using Jupyter Notebooks with WaveForms SDK
Getting Started with the Analog Discovery and MatLAB