Measurements Using PC

Free Serial Port Terminal
Author : Jonas Kundra
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Licence Type : Freeware
Size : 0.08 MB
Hits : 414
Description : Free Serial Port Terminal is a handy and easy to use serial port terminal. It works on Windows 2000 / XP / Vista / Seven. Serial Port Terminal is a session-based, multi-purpose application that provides simple communication interface to connect to any serial port device.
Frequency Counter
Author : BIP FreeWare Fun
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Licence Type : Freeware
Size : 0.10 MB
Hits : 1722
Description : This is a frequency Counter that uses your sound card.
Test Tone Generator
Author : Timo Esser
Licence Type : Trial
Size : 0.90 MB
Hits : 896
Description : This Test Tone Generator (TTG) turns your PC into a function generator and enables you to: Test and tune loudspeakers, audio devices or complete sound systems. Teach others about sounds and frequencies. Create sound effects
Author : David J Taylor
Licence Type : Freeware
Size : 0.45 MB
Hits : 925
Description : SweepGen turns a PC into an Audio Oscillator and Sweep Generator which can be used for testing audio or educational purposes. In conjunction with audio test instruments, you can make frequency response plots. SweepGen uses the sound card in your PC to produce sinewaves that are mathematically correct almost to CD quality, indeed it's more likely that the quality of your PC sound card will be the limiting factor rather than the code in SweepGen.
Sine Wave Generator
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Licence Type : Freeware
Size : 0.12 MB
Hits : 1732
Description : The BIP Sine Wave Generator uses the sound card's output as sine wave output. A built in sweep algorithm is used by audio hackers to measure frequency responses of their amplifiers.The generator has the following properties: Sampling frequency: The oscillator automatically uses the highest sample frequency available at the output that you select (usually maximal 44 kHz but people with 22 kHz max. also use the generator without any problems). Ounput impedance: The same as the output impedance of your sound card. Normally the output of a sound card is very low (which is good) in order to be able to connect a speaker (which is not needed for this application). The generator uses 8-bit samples to generate the sine wave signal. The sine wave is created using a secret algorithm which makes use of special floating point instructions of your microprocessor.