The Swiss Army Knife for Engineers - Red Pitaya at Embedded World 2023

In this video, Robert Mitchell from Electropages interviews Nina Jagodic from Red Pitaya at the Embedded World event in Nuremberg. Red Pitaya offers an open-source, multi-functional device that can replace various expensive lab instruments, such as oscilloscopes, spectrum analyzers, network analyzers, and more. The product is easily programmable, web-based, and offers endless possibilities for customization.

Key Products and Features:

  1. Red Pitaya's flagship product is the STEMlab 125-14, a small, portable device with two inputs and two outputs. It is based on a Xilinx FPGA processor.
  2. The device is Ethernet-controlled and offers a web-based user interface that can be accessed from any device with a browser, such as PCs, phones, or tablets.
  3. Red Pitaya offers a modular system that supports multi-channel signal acquisition and generation, as well as additional shields for extended functionality.
  4. The platform is open-source, allowing users to write custom applications, control the device with Python, MATLAB, or LabVIEW, and even program the FPGA.
  5. Red Pitaya has been used in various industries, including academia, research, and space exploration. NASA, for example, uses a Red Pitaya unit on the International Space Station for air quality monitoring.

For more information on Red Pitaya and their products, visit their website: To join the Red Pitaya community and explore projects and ideas, visit their forum:

*Note: Prices mentioned in the video may have changed. Check the Red Pitaya website for the latest pricing information.


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