08.04.2021

NMR Relaxation Spectrometer Instrument

Laboratory material research is traditionally linked to bulky, high-precision equipment for precise analysis. Unfortunately, it is virtually impossible to take these devices into the field for.
25.03.2021

Red pitaya extension modules

Right out of the box, Red Pitaya is one of the most versatile data acquisition devices, however, the real fun starts when you start using extension modules. 
18.03.2021

Is your web interface not updating?

Is your Red Pitaya unit refusing to update?
25.02.2021

What makes the Red Pitaya SDRlab perfect tool for SDR?

If you are looking to get into Software Defined Radio, look no further than SDRlab which was developed specifically with this use in mind. It comes with two 16 bit ADCs, 50-ohm inputs and 14-bit.
03.02.2021

Building a ground penetrating radar for drones with Red Pitaya

Red Pitaya was used by a research group from the University of Maribor to control a low-cost ground penetrating radar attached to a hexacopter with the purpose of detecting landmines.
27.01.2021

Using Two Receivers in Your Red Pitaya - Part 2

As promised, here is the second part of The Reverse Beacon Network blog about using Red Pitaya's SDR.
20.01.2021

Using the Red Pitaya SDRlab on the Reverse Beacon Network - Part 1

Today we are sharing an article from Reverse beacon network blog, who wrote about using the Red Pitaya's SDRlab. This is part 1 so stay tuned for part 2.
08.01.2021

Bring your lab to students, a guide for professors

The transition to remote learning has made it impossible to bring students to university laboratories to let them learn through experimentation and hands-on measurements of various phenomena. While.
08.01.2021

Amateur guide to ham radio

Today we are sharing part 1 of an article, written by our colleague Dan Anderson over at MyAudioSound website. To read the original article, please click here.
06.01.2021

New SIGNALlab OS release

SIGNALlab 250-12 new OS v1.04-19 beta is out! What is new? OS now comes with two new applications:
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