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Hi, ... wow, this was a little bit hard work. At beginning Sept. i buyed the Launchpad with the booster board ADS7042. So, today i spent a little bit time installing it to say "hello world". First that was easy, i connected the Launchpad to the USB port and it works with it's demo program. Then i plugged the boost board onto the Launchpad, jumpered to the optical sensor and connected to the USB port again. Well - the drivers and the CCS IDE is now needing to install.   In the user guide ...
Due to circumstances related to how I applied for, then withdrew, then won this road test, I am not able to post the actual road test in the normal manner. Instead, I will post my review here and try to recreate all the normal features of an Element 14 road test review.   First, a sincere thank you to Keysight for providing professional licenses for BenchVue spectrum analyzer, DMM, waveform generator, and universal counter applications, and for the 1 year trial license for BenchVue TestFl ...
Complexity: easy What do you need: two CC1310 LaunchPads a power bank or Battery BoosterPack a Sharp LCD BoosterPack   We'll build a mobile kit to test the reception strength of the CC1310 radio. You can walk away from home with one of the LaunchPads and read reception strength. The other LaunchPad stays at home and sends test signals.   For this exercise, there's no prior knowledge needed. We'll use the existing programs and tools. It's a very beginner-friendly project.   ...
In my previous blog post I finished by expressing my hope that I'd be able to automate the steps I manually described for loading arbitrary waveforms into the 33622A Waveform Generator using BenchVue's Test Flow application.  After some investigation it looks like I will be able to do that, however, it will not be as easy as I was led to believe.  Keysight advertises BenchVue as a platform that allows users to capture data from their instruments without using any programming.  Wel ...

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