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reference:instrumentation:digital-discovery:reference-manual [2018/06/29 20:35]
Sam K
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Ionel Badisor
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   * 16-channel pattern generator (1.2…3.3V CMOS, 100MS/s)   * 16-channel pattern generator (1.2…3.3V CMOS, 100MS/s)
   * 16-channel virtual digital I/O including buttons, switches, and LEDs – perfect for logic training applications   * 16-channel virtual digital I/O including buttons, switches, and LEDs – perfect for logic training applications
-  * Two input/​output digital trigger signals for linking multiple instruments (1.2…3.3V CMOS) 
   * A programmable power supply of 1.2…3.3V/​100mA. The same voltage supplies the Logic Analyzer input buffers and the Pattern Generator input/​output buffers, for keeping the logic level compatibility with the circuit under test.    * A programmable power supply of 1.2…3.3V/​100mA. The same voltage supplies the Logic Analyzer input buffers and the Pattern Generator input/​output buffers, for keeping the logic level compatibility with the circuit under test. 
   * Digital Bus Analyzers (SPI, I²C, UART, I2S, CAN, Parallel)   * Digital Bus Analyzers (SPI, I²C, UART, I2S, CAN, Parallel)