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Interface the Analog Discovery USB oscilloscope with LabVIEW
posted January 21 2015 20:50.25 by Giorgos Lazaridis




If you happen to own an Analog Discovery oscilloscope, then here is a neat and easy to follow tutorial on how to connect this sweetie to LabVIEW. The trick is to use a LabVIEW project called LabForms 2.0 which allows to access the scope.


Click on this link to see the tutorial and download the required software

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