This very important task was put forward by Itron, the world leader in IOT networks and smart utilities as their Itron Smart City challenge. The team at Instrumentation Technologies decided to take it on. After several brainstorming sessions and creative meetings they decided on a two-step solution.
Why Red Pitaya STEMlab? We are always jealous of people doing awesome projects with our STEMlab boards. Here at Red Pitaya we are proud to see how the STEMlab boards have been implemented as the driving element of many awesome projects. The video below features a selection of some of those projects making us feel good. Hopefully, they will also help you to recognize the full potential of STEMlab boards. Share with us your projects and join the Red Pitaya community - or even win a prize.
In this experiment, we will measure cable length by measuring time that signal needs to propagate down the cable and back to the source. This principle is used in time-domain reflectometry, to find and locate faults or damages on long cables.
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Red Pitaya is a compact, open source reconfigurable measurement instrument that will enable everyone to start using technologies that were yesterday available only to advanced
research laboratories in the industry. Our founding team has more than 40 years of combined experience of designing and
building high performance measurement instruments for particle accelerators. Red pitaya combines a dual core ARM computer, fpga technologies, enables high performance signal acquisition,
processing and signal generation. It is a network attached device with USB connectivity and additional extension possibilities. Red pitaya replaces many expensive laboratory instruments that can cost many thousands of dollars.
An oscilloscope is a device for observation and measurements of all electrical signals. From the oscilloscope measurements and signal visualization one can extract all the information carried by the observed signal.
Red pitaya's oscilloscope has a web user interface so instead of using one big device for signal measuring controls and visualization you use red pitaya for acquisition and the rest is on your PC.