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read data from analog signals into PC

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Bustigo

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something i couldn't imagine how to do
simply, i can use vhdl with fpgas but i dun know how to use that in this mini project
readings from analog signal comes from a detector have to read it on PC
how to do that with simple sparton 3e kit !! and how to do it with a board that owns its DAC (mention boards names if u know)
thank you
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Is your analog signal frequency in the audio range? Then you can feed it to the computer's audio input. The sound card has an ADC.

You can devise your own program if you know how to interpret the raw data. Or else use any of the digital sound processing programs, to record the incoming signal.

If it is higher in frequency, then you might need something similar to an oscilloscope kit which attaches to a computer. It will probably communicate by USB.
 

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