How to use Red Pitaya as an LCR meter

What is an LCR meter? An LCR meter is a device for determining the impedance of electrical components. Electrical impedance is a measure of opposition to electrical current (I) through a component.

What is a vector network analyzer

Network analyzers are test instruments used for measuring the response of electrical networks. They are often used to measure the response of two-port networks such as filters and amplifiers, but.

What is an oscilloscope?

Electrical signals are everywhere – from our smartphones to our hearts, we live in a world in which being able to measure such signals can tell us a lot about how things work. To measure these.

Customize your Red Pitaya

Are you an industry member? Loving Red Pitaya as a product but it doesn't quite fit your needs? We have an answer for you!

Red Pitaya for Evaluation of Southern Hemisphere Radio Propagation

The objective of this project is to gain more knowledge about the propagation of radio waves in the ionosphere at Antarctic lattitudes and at frequencies between 100 kHz and 50 MHz. This is achieved.

New HAMlab products for radio amateurs

At Red Pitaya we recently added some new products which are intended for Radio Amateurs. We are happy to present our Premium Transceiver kit which includes Red Pitaya's SDRlab 16 and a RX.

The new Red Pitaya customized for industrial DAQ applications

Red Pitaya started with its simple development boards that have served more than 30.000 enthusiasts, universities and companies around the world with their engineering projects. In the last years, we.

5 reasons why Red Pitaya is the perfect measurement and control tool for remote teaching

1. It can be controlled remotely by most popular software tools like MATLAB, LABview or Python


T&M is an activity that is usually associated with clean and protected environments, such as electronics laboratories, study rooms, and even basements. These are the traditional homes for generally.

How do universities around the world cope with remote work?

Following the unprecedented COVID-19 spread, universities around the world were faced with a unique challenge – how to keep up with the classes without being physically present. The move to distance.
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