Tsunami is making signal generation accessible to everyone

Atmel | Bits & Pieces

The Tsunami is a powerful and flexible signal generator, analyzer and experimenter’s kit built on the Arduino platform.

With more and more Makers graduating to designing and building their own hardware, they often find themselves faced with a difficult choice: spend hundreds, or even thousands, on expensive test equipment and development boards, or waste time trying to make do with what they can put together on a budget. Well, one London-based startup is seeking to improve upon that with the Tsunami, a signal generator and frequency counter based on the highly-popular Arduino platform.


Created by Arachnid Labs, Tsunami combines a versatile signal generator and frequency counter with an ATmega32U4 MCU, thereby making it possible to build sophisticated tools with a few lines of code, or simply load and run a wide variety of pre-written sketches for common tasks. Tsunami’s capabilities also extend well beyond what you’d expect of a typical benchtop tool. Application ideas listed include music synthesis, packet radio modems, and…

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