Press Release Summary:
Used by makers, hobbyists, engineers and designers to debug, visualize and simulate signals, 24-channel Digital Discovery™ Logic Analyzer comes with built-in 16-channel pattern generator. Designed with two input/output digital trigger signals to link multiple instruments, product supports SPI, I2C, UART, I2S and UART bus analyzers. Unit provides output LVCMOS voltage levels from 1.2V to 3.3V. Analyzer can be connected to Mac, Linux, or Windows over USB.
Original Press Release:
Digital Discovery™ - a High-Performance Pocket-Sized Logic Analyzer with Built-In Pattern Generator
The Digilent Digital Discovery™ is a combined logic analyzer and pattern generator instrument for the embedded debug. Makers, hobbyists, engineers and designers can use Digital Discovery™ to debug, visualize, and simulate digital signals for embedded projects. Connect Digital Discovery™ (Mac, Linux, or Windows) over high-speed USB. It comes with Free application software Waveforms 2015.
- 24-channel digital logic analyzer (up to 800MS/s)
- 16-channel pattern generator (100MS/s)
- Two input/output digital trigger signals for linking multiple instruments
- User programmable input and output LVCMOS voltage levels from 1.2V to 3.3V (5V compatible)
- Digital Bus Analyzers (SPI, I2C, UART, I2S, UART and Parallel)
Digilent Inc., a National Instruments company, is the world leader in academic and research technology solutions. We manufacture embedded development tools and test and measurement device for rapid prototyping and training. Since our founding in 2000, Digilent has partnered with different leading semiconductor companies including Xilinx, Microchip, Analog Devices, Texas Instruments and Imagination Technologies to bring products with the latest embedded & electronics technology. We also offer resources including teaching material, sample labs, shared curriculums that enable our educators to teach the latest technology. It's no wonder that our products can be found in over 1000 Universities in more than 70 countries! In addition, current engineers and makers can accelerate the hardware and system development through our tools.