Learning Electronics and SDR with Analog Devices
Did you know how about the wealth of learning resources hosted by Analog Devices?
A massive resource over at Analog Devices Inc, their technical library includes some excellent reading material from tutorials to full books including:
This resource was pointed out over at Hackaday so also make sure you check out their article for some extra links…
Analog Devices University
Analog Devices have gone much further than static reference material. They also offer course material for anyone looking to learn more about the fundamentals of analogue electronics. Have a look at Analog Devices University…
ADI’s Engineering University Program provides an excellent resource for learning about analog circuitry. The textbook, video lectures, and labs teach analog theory to a high standard, seeding student curiosity; the virtual classroom facilitates international communication, question posing, and remote assistance; and the hardware design platforms have superb functionality that inspire students to innovate.
ADALM-Pluto a.k.a. Pluto SDR
And let’s not forget the original purpose of the ADALM-PLUTO (a.k.a. Pluto SDR) that’s gained popularity in the amateur radio community for things like QO-100 transceiver setups… it’s an “Active Learning Module” (that’s what ADALM stands for!) designed to help you learn the ins and outs of RF hardware in the modern world. Analog Devices have some pointers for getting started with SDR on their site but, at this point, you may want to start diving into gnuradio tutorials or simply browsing around the web to see what other people are doing with their ADALM-Plutos.