Measurements Using PC

Visual Analyser 2014

Oscilloscope (dual channel, xy, time division, trigger); Spectrum Analyzer with amplitude and phase display (linear, log, lines, bar, octaves band analysis 1/3, 1/6, 1/9, 1/12, 1/24); Wave-form generator with "custom functions", triangular, square, sinus, white noise and pulse generation (NO ALIASING); Frequency meter (in time and frequency domain) and counter; in time domain by means of a real time zero crossing algorithm; Volt meter with DC, true RMS, peak to peak and mean display;

Virtins Multi-Instrument

Multi-Instrument is a powerful multi-function virtual instrument software. It supports a variety of hardware ranging from sound cards which are available in almost all computers to proprietary ADC and DAC hardware such as NI DAQmx cards, VT DSOs, VT RTAs and so on. It consists of the following instruments and functions.

Digital Signal Generator

Digital Signal Generator is a virtual signal gerenator that use sound card to outport signal. It can produces white noise signal, sine wave, square wave, trigon wave, beat wave, sweep sine wave and a signal defined by a windows WAV file. It is free and easy to use.

ParPort 1.0

ParPort is a program for electronic hobbyists: it lets you control the parallel port under Windows. With the parallel port (or printerport) you can control up to 8 devices using the 8 output datalines. The parallel port has also got 5 inputs. On these lines you can connect a AD-converter for example. ParPort allows you to monitor the 8 outputs and the 5 inputs of the parallel port. You can also change the state of the 8 outputs from low to high and from high to low.

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Advanced Serial Port Terminal

Serial Port Monitor is a professional and powerful system utility for RS232/422/485 COM ports monitoring. The program monitors, displays, logs and analyzes all serial port activity in a system. This is an ideal way to track down problems that may occur during application or driver development, testing and optimization of serial devices, etc.