STEMlab is with its 50 MHz of frequency range and 14 bits of resolution a very powerful and precise multifunction measurement tool that can replace a stack of lab instruments. All the applications are Web based, FREE of charge and come along when purchasing the board.
Learn more about available applications by clicking on the icons bellow:
I have had the chance to have a Red Pitaya from the initial release. The device is my “go-to” desktop testing tool. Its capabilities far exceed its size. The best part is that the community is expanding as are the hardware and software options. The Red Pitaya is truly blossoming. I look forward to its future growth.
Meet the Indiana Jones of Programming and Electronics. How far, and I literally mean far, software code can go.
STEMlab is nowadays built into many industry solutions all around the globe as a data acquisition platform due to its performing and reliable hardware, open source software and standard API’s, its ability to run custom FPGA code and a very affordable price tag.
The platform software is Open Source and available on Github. Device functionalities and data can be accessed through Matlab, Labview, Scilab and Python API’s. The time to develop new applications is short thanks to the intuitive software design, many useful examples and detailed documentation.
Learn more about development tools and check available documentation by clicking the icons bellow:
Research Instruments Corporation incorporates a Red Pitaya into the core of its X-ray Plasma Sources. The Red Pitaya allows us to eliminate the need for a separate control computer and monitor the X-ray output in a reliable, compact and cost effective-manner. Thanks to their size, capability and reliability, Red Pitayas are the brain behind our X-ray sources going forward.
Build your SDR transceiver around STEMlab! With its 62,5 MHz of frequency range and 14 bits of resolution it represents a powerful&affordable core of your SDR transceiver. The on board ADC 125 MS/s sampling frequency, 14-bit resolution) digitizes the RF signal from the antenna. The data coming from the ADC is processed by a in-phase/quadrature (I/Q) digital down-converter (DDC) running on the Red Pitaya’s FPGA.The I/Q data is transmitted via TCP to the SDR programs such as SDR# and HDSDR.
Ad an all bands filter and amplifier module, connect an antenna and you are ready to start your SDR adventure!
Learn more about SDR transceiver by clicking the icon bellow:
The answer to that is that, in a short period of time, you will experience a sense of and create a super SDR transceiver which can be compared to other equipment in a considerably higher price achievement range.
"Thanks to Pavel Demin's free SDR Receiver App, the Red Pitaya can be used by both CW Skimmer Server and RTTY Skimmer Server to monitor about 180 kHz on each of EIGHT different radio bands, simultaneously. I'm not aware of any other SDR currently on the market that can do this so well at such a low cost."
Many electronics teachers/professors use STEMlab as a modern tool for:
- learning basics of electronics and FPGA programing and circuits and electronics basics. Available teaching materials make it easy for professors to create courses. The self learning guide and well documented step-by-step examples make home learning a fun exercise.
Find out more about FPGA programming teaching material by clicking on the icon bellow:
Find out more about circuits and electronics basics teaching material by clicking on the icon bellow:
Find out more about fast experimentation/practicing using Jupyter notebook, Matlab, Labview clicking on the icons bellow:
Red Pitaya is a student's dream. Affordable and portable. I like the community aspect that encourages students to stretch themselves and explore new options – an inherent trait required for every budding engineer.