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  1. Hi, for the captures below, first channel 1 and then channel 2 see a 1Vpp (500 mV amplitude) sine wave at 5.501 kHz... the Ch1 FFT looks right, but maybe the vertical scale on Ch2 is not accurate... it is labeled "Ch1" and the range is -1000mV to +1000mV, peak location not plotted at 500mV for Ch2... but in both cases the little tag reads the appropriate amplitude... for a while this has confused me as to what normalization the FFT used... pretty sure it is amplitude, not pp or RMS... but perhaps the display for Ch2 needs some analysis... best, Harry Nelson
  2. Hi, I don't see the "Bode plot" tool up in the upper right corner of the display window... seems to be 6, vertically... (1) FFT (2) expand to full time base (3)recenter time base (4)download (5)Pinout (6)full reset Firmware version is 1.301.0, says that is latest in configuration, macOS High Sierra, 10.13.6. thanks, Harry
  3. Greetings... Waveforms Live and OpenScopeMZ have generally worked very well for me. One small problem is the RMS calculation in the Math Menu. It seems not to subtract off the mean value... seems to be sqrt((1/(N-1)) (Sum (V^2))), should be sqrt((1/(N-1))(Sum((V-V_mean)^2)))... anyone else notice this? I work around by outputting the .csv file and computing there. Thanks for any help for feedback.
  4. Hi All, After I did a firmware update I can't auto-connect to my wifi. OpenScope v1.301.0 Written by: Keith Vogel, Digilent Inc. Copyright 2016 Digilent Inc. File Systems Initialized MRF24 Info -- DeviceType: 0x2 Rom Version: 0x31 Patch Version: 0xC USB+: 4703392uV VCC 3.3: 3297119uV VRef 3.0: 3000000uV VRef 1.5: 1501465uV USB-: -4662143uV Using calibration from: flash Unable to connect to WiFi AP. Error 0xA000001B Upon further investigation it appears I can't read/wite from flash anymore: Getting error trying to save calibration: Calibrating instruments Connect DCOUT1 to OCS1 and DCOUT2 to OCS2 To connect DCOUT1 to OCS1, wire the solid red wire to the solid orange wire To connect DCOUT2 to OCS2, wire the solid white wire to the solid blue wire Enter C when ready Starting Calibration Calibration time was: 28177 msec Do you want to save this calibration Y/N? Unable to save calibration info for DCOUT1 Error: 0x80000003 When I try to open or read WIFI connections I get this: Unable to open volumn: 1: When I add a new connection I get the following: Please enter PassPhrase for: uware PSK value: 0F:CE:D2:A1:29:55:E2:6C:31:18:A2:D7:DB:2E:5D:F3:8C:14:82:7F:39:C4:71:99:F3:C7:F2:57:EC:B6:0D:C8 Connected to AP: uware Would you like to auto-connect to this network? Y/N Is Linked to the physical network Link status: 0x0 Network Initialized My IP: Gateway IP: Subnet mask: Dns0: IP: Dns1: IP: Dns2: IP: Dns3: IP: My MAC: 00:1E:C0:42:5F:1C 10 Sockets Listening on IP: Listening Sockets = 10 Error Saving file: WFPARM_001EC0425F1C_uware When I "View all files names in flash: I get the following: 1. DCOUT1_FACTORY_001EC0425F1C 2. DCOUT2_FACTORY_001EC0425F1C 3. AWG1_FACTORY_001EC0425F1C 4. OSC1_FACTORY_001EC0425F1C 5. OSC2_FACTORY_001EC0425F1C 6. DCOUT1_001EC0425F1C 7. DCOUT2_001EC0425F1C 8. AWG1_001EC0425F1C 9. OSC1_001EC0425F1C 10. OSC2_001EC0425F1C 11. WFPARM_001EC0425F1C_uware 12. NONE_001EC0425F1C_uware Any suggestions?
  5. Dear all, I have a Digilent Open ScopeMZ and I would like to connect it to my PC using USB through an optical isolator. So far I tried the Ulinx optical isolator but is does not work (can not read any data). Can you propose on other optical isolator or an other safe way of conneting it to my PC? Bests, Stergios
  6. Hello, It looks like openscope MZ works with power bank in WIFI mode. Has anyone made a battery to use with the openscope MZ? The idea it's to make an enclose for it and you have a pack without extra wires... add a charge board and 5v converter and connect all inside the same box. Can I also use waveform 2015 In USB connection or only live version is available? Thanks, Julio Silva