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  • 24.09.2015

    PIR Motion Sensor

    Are you as paranoid as I am about people searching through your bedroom? Probably not. But this is still a really useful experiment to do. Especially when we begin to combine it with the other experiments in the next section.

  • 24.09.2015

    Alarm

    This example is a combination of previous examples and also introduces functions.

  • 16.09.2015

    NEWS and NEW APPS

    Introduction to new release and software improvements

    You might have been asking yourself what is happening at Red Pitaya? I hope you don’t think we got lazy. We have been “quiet” in the past 6 months regarding new SW releases because we have been making multiple improvements. This task has been so extensive that the only option was to bring it out in one go.

  • 16.09.2015

    Visual Programming Interface

    If you too are struggling to get your head around the complexity of programming languages -or indeed if you want to introduce a child to electrical engineering- Red Pitaya’s Visual Programming is definitely the answer.

  • 10.08.2015

    Cable length measurements & Reflectometry

    With this example you will learn about:

    • Transmission line fundamentals
    • Reflections on transmission line
    • Red Pitaya SCPI commands
  • 01.08.2015

    EMC Measurements & Teslameter project

    With this example you will learn about:

    • EMC radiations and regulations
    • Quantitative estimation of magnetic radiation
    • Design and evaluation of simple analog filters
    • Using Red Pitaya in combination with other circuits
    • Difference between household appliance and outside devices
  • 17.09.2014

    3…2…1…LCR Meter Setup and Test

    We had to try the LCR meter – ad hoc.

  • 30.08.2014

    Physical System Modelling

    Hey, this LTI DSP Workbench was a brilliant idea! We promised we’d run the application and report about the experience. (LTI DSP … Linear Time-Invariant Digital Signal Processing)

  • 28.08.2014

    Using RedPitaya as Gain/Phase/Impedance Analyser

    Martin Ossmann, June 2014

  • 20.07.2014

    0.001 Kelvin!

    Slow dynamics allowed for some averaging, yet we were surprised to hear the resolution of his measurements had been at the order of magnitude of 0.001 K.

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