Applying voltage using the Analog Discovery's Voltage instrument to a diode to produce light.

Utilize the Analog Discovery's Voltmeter instrument to measure voltage in a circuit.

Using the Analog Discovery's arbitrary waveform generator to apply a time-varying signal to an LED to make it flash on and off. This project builds off of the previous Analog Discovery material.

Use the arbitrary waveform generator on the Analog Discovery to apply sinusoidal and swept sinusoidal voltages to a speaker.

Use the arbitrary waveform generator on the Analog Discovery to create frequency modulated signals and apply them to a speaker. This project builds off of the previous Analog Discovery material.

Use the Analog Discovery to play back .wav files through the speaker included in the analog parts kit. This project builds off of material presented in previous Analog Discovery projects.

Use the Analog Discovery's ability to import "custom" waveforms from a file.

Use the Analog Discovery's ability to create "custom" waveforms according to a mathematical function.

Introduces the Analog Discovery's Oscilloscope instrument. Explains the basics of the ways in which voltages are acquired and displayed by the oscilloscope.

The Arbitrary waveform generator instrument will be used to apply relatively rapidly varying wave forms to the oscilloscope, and then triggering of the waveform will be used to make the waveform easier to view and analyze.

How to use some of the most basic and common oscilloscope tools to simplify the measurement process.

Introduces the use of the math channel function on the Analog Discovery. This function allows the user to perform a wide variety of mathematical operations, all of which can be applied to the voltages being measured.

Use the Analog Discovery to plot the voltage-current characteristics of a light emitting diode.

Acquiring vibration data from the piezoelectric sensor from the analog parts kit.

Introduces the use of a digital multimeter for resistance measurement.

Emphasis on interpreting circuit schematics and creating corresponding physical circuits.

Utilizing the Analog Discovery's arbitrary waveform generator to provide the necessary amount of voltage for a multiple source circuit.

Using the Analog Discovery's arbitrary waveform generator to create a voltage source that's greater than 5V.

Illustrating how power conservation is obeyed for a simple circuit by working through the example that's provided.

Make measurements to verify that Kirchhoff's current law is satisfied for some relatively arbitrary circuit.

Make measurements to verify that Kirchhoff's voltage law is satisfied for some relatively arbitrary circuit.