How can students transfer their knowledge learning from the Analog Discovery and Analog Explorer to traditional hardware measurement devices?
Students normally have no difficulty transitioning from a PC-based pull-down menu to a rotary knob on stand-alone equipment, once they understand that the functions are identical.
With the Analog Discovery and Analog Explorer, students benefit from using real hardware to stimulate, test, and observe real circuits much more frequently than they could have done using stand-alone equipment in a university lab setting. This is a huge benefit - when students have unrestricted access to low-cost but powerful test and measurement equipment, they can spend far more time experimenting with real circuits and building knowledge through direct observation and experience.
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