I've been experimenting with a project that generates a sinusoidal signal on a teensy-3.2 and reads and processes the output with a python script on a raspberry pi. It struck me that an Udoo might be able to handle all of this in a single package. I noticed that the teensy 3.2 uses a Cortex M4, which is the same as the Udoo. You can see the teensy specs right here: https://www.pjrc.com/teensy/teensy31.html The teensy uses the M4 to output a "true" analog signal. I can't find a good datasheet which specifies what type of M4 the Udoo Neo uses (eg. MK20DX256VLH7, MK20DX128VLH5, etc). My question is the following: does the M4 used by the teensy have a DAC-capable pin. W Is the hardware for a true analog output present at all? I understand that the UDOO can output PWM's to fake an analog signal, but that's not quite what I'm looking for. I also understand that even if the M4 has the capability of producing an analog-out signal, it might be difficult or impossible to use this capability on the udoo, but I still had to ask. Many thanks!