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Digilent, Inc.

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Analog Discovery 2

Digilent's Analog Discovery 2 is a USB oscilloscope and multi-function instrument that allows users to measure, visualize, generate, record, and control mixed-signal circuits of all kinds.

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Eclypse Z7 Measurement Bundle

Digilent’s Eclypse Z7 bundle creates high-speed instrumentation, control, and measurement systems for edge-computing, medical, and communications applications.

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Genesys ZU Zynq

Digilent's Genesys ZU-3EG is a standalone development board designed with optimized specs, multimedia, and network connectivity interfaces.

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About Digilent, Inc.

Digilent Inc. is a leading electrical engineering products company serving students, universities, and OEM's worldwide with technology-based educational design tools. Based in Pullman, Washington, USA, Digilent designs, manufactures, and distributes its electronic design tools worldwide. Since its founding in 2000, Digilent products can now be found in over 2000 universities in more than 70 countries throughout the world. As a multinational company with offices in the US, Taiwan, China, and Romania, Digilent is able to provide low-cost, expert quality solutions for a variety of customer needs. In addition to its own products, Digilent has OEM design and manufacturing services for leading technology companies including Xilinx, Analog Devices, and Cypress Semiconductor.