Getting a better understanding about embedded development often requires breadboarding and debugging. A number of products on the market are specifically tasked with this type of support. We take a look at some of those alternatives in the articles in this section.
Senior Technology Editor Bill Wong gives us a bird's-eye view of National Instruments’ ELVIS III all-in-one electronics lab. Here some other ELVIS III and LabView articles that might be useful as well.
- ELVIS III: One Platform to Train Them All
- Testing Out ELVIS III’s MeasurementsLive
- New LabVIEW 2018 and More Unveiled at NI Week
Technology Editor Bill Wong takes you on a quick tour of Digilent’s Analog Discovery Studio—a lower-cost educational tool.
Both form factors have their benefactors. But when making decisions on equipment, it’s essential that you first meticulously evaluate your needs and look at critical specs.
These days, getting an oscilloscope doesn’t have to cost a small fortune. The USB-based scope from BitScope—the BitScope Micro—is an all-in-one development tool that includes a six-channel logic analyzer as well as a two-channel analog scope. It has a 20-MHz bandwidth and can capture digital signals at 40 Msamples/s.