|Product Performed to Expectations:||9|
|Specifications were sufficient to design with:||10|
|Demo Software was of good quality:||10|
|Product was easy to use:||9|
|Support materials were available:||10|
|The price to performance ratio was good:||9|
|TotalScore:||57 / 60|
The Analog Discovery 2 arrived in it's nice clear plastic case with everything to get started along with the d/l version of Labview 2014.
The main menu with 13 instrument selections.
The network analyzer with a 10 khz LP filter. AD 2 accurately records it at 10.4 khz.
Testing with the included flywires, resulted in an effective b/w of about 9 mhz, matching Digilents specifications.
The optional bnc adapter board allows full range capability of the device, sacrificing only differential input to the o-scope.
O-scope provides accurate measurement with factory calibration settings.
Spectrum analyzer depicting FM and AM modulation input on 500khz carrier signal.
O-scope with FFT window reading 200khz signal.
Accurate power supply output with factory calibration.
Impedance circuit testing with multiple functions.
Previously I reviewed Digilent's Digital Discovery Digilent Digital Discovery with High Speed Adapter - Review and found it to be a very capable
though specialized device, still needed a bit of fine tuning. With the Analog Discovery 2, a unit that has a long history of development, it really shows
what a mature product can do. I found little that couldn't be done with this device that any technician would need in a very portable device.
The Waveforms software is fully utilized to it's extent and I could find very little to improve on. As stated before, the bnc adapter is really a must have to
get the most out of this unit.