Perform advanced audio analyses with the help of this sound card-based real-time oscilloscope relying on a sophisticated triggering method
|Version||3.9 Build 2|
|Updated||June 28 2020|
Virtins Technology N/A N/A
|Crack Size||124 MB|
|Systems||Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64 bit, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 8, Windows 10, Windows 10 64 bit|
Virtins Sound Card Oscilloscope is a dual-channel oscilloscope ensuring five different types of views, namely, waveform of Channel A and Channel B, Channel A + Channel B, Channel A – Channel B, and Channel A X Channel B, as well as Lissajous Pattern for Channel A and Channel B.
The software utility comes as an integral part of Multi-Instrument Pro, providing you with statistical data ranging from minimum, maximum, and mean value, to root mean square and more. The application tries to differentiate itself from competitors by means of its specific accuracy, being able to sharply time-stamp each frame.
As for the available digital filters, you should know that your analyses’ results depend on the indicated Low, Band, and High Pass, as well as the Band Stop and Arbitrary filters, with the mention that your choices as far as the class of filters is concerned are FIR, FFT, and IIR.
Other than that, you should be aware that recording data to your hard disk continuously is possible, with a “Roll” mode being integrated as well. It should also be noted that various other modes are supported by the program, such as digital persistence display, sync interpolation between samples, Equivalent Time Sampling, and more.
It is also worth pointing out that using velocity, acceleration, and displacement sensors allows you to carry out waveform conversion. What’s more, not only digital signals can be displayed but also analog ones, simultaneously.
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