Anyone who ever laid hands on a Red Pitaya unit knows why it’s called the “Swiss army knife” board. They’re about as versatile as they come, good for electronic engineers, teachers, students, or hobbyists for their every-day use, small enough to be carried around easily, yet powerful and with excellent value for your money. Especially now that the range has been extended with the SIGNALlab 250-12 unit, sampling at twice the frequency of the traditional STEMlab boards, with improved performance and full software control.
Today with the advance of the technology we can implement the project with a FPGA (Field Programmable Gate Array). The FPGA is made with lots of logic blocks and each block contains logic gates, multiplexers, registers, etc. To implement the project the user of the FPGA has to make connections between these logic blocks and this is done with a HDL (Hardware Description Language).
Red Pitaya is a hardware board with a size slightly larger than a credit card, designed to be used as a measurement and control instrument. It can be accessed through ethernet, and it is devised to be used with a web browser as interface. For the capture and generation of signals, both high and low speed ADCs and DACs are included, which allow its interaction with the environment in lots of applications, with SMA-F standard connectors.
Red Pitaya ha lanciato il suo nuovo e più potente strumento di misura multifunzione della piattaforma STEMlab, il modello STEMlab250-12, realizzato con un hardware potenziato rispetto a quello dei prodotti della famiglia STEMlab-125 e che permette di supportare applicazioni di misura più avanzate.