Announcing Webinar “Transitioning from the Lab to the Living Room with Digilent Analog Discovery 2”

An increasing number of engineers and tech employees work from home (WFH). Most of them need to figure out the remote access to development tools, simulation, debugging tools and testing equipment. Digilent’s Test and Measurement devices enable engineers to continue their designs anywhere without having to reserve a lab that has all the necessary equipment.

Digilent Analog Discovery 2 is a USB multi-function instrument that allows users to measure, visualize, generate, record, and control mixed-signal circuits of all kinds. It comes with the FREE multi-instrument software application, WaveForms. The Waveforms seamlessly connects to Analog Discovery 2 with full Windows, Mac OS X, Linux and Raspberry Pi 4 support.

A webinar showing how to set up a lab at home with Analog Discovery 2 will be held on May 28 9am (Pacific Time).  Kaitlyn Franz, Test Product Manager at Digilent, discusses the features and tools within the Analog Discovery 2 that can ensure a seamless transition for engineers being forced to work from home. She will dive into use cases for the oscilloscope, logic analyzer, and other instruments as well as the scripting interface and software development kit in WaveForms for creating custom tests and applications that make your remote lab more effective.

No hardware or software is required, and you should expect the webinar to last for 45 minutes, along with 15 minutes at its conclusion for Q&A. Attila Kovacs, the engineer behind the WaveForms software, will be on hand as well to answer questions. Sign up the webinar.

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