LiveGraph is a framework for real-time data visualisation, analysis and logging. LiveGraph was developed in the academic domain and is being used for research on daily basis. Being open source, LiveGraph is absolutely free. LiveGraph particularly useful for all applications that require live visualisation of large amounts of data in form of graphs and charts.[more]

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The Black RNG Engine

This is a simple algorithm that is performed by a computer to generate a stream of high quality “random” data. The Black RNG algorithm can be used to generate finite amounts of random data or can form part of a hybrid RNG to produce streaming data with no limitation on amount. [more]

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DesignsWorks Professional 5

DesignWorks Professional 5 offers you the best user interface for schematic capture. The program is designed to minimize the number of mouse clicks and key strokes needed to complete a task. Most common operations, like placing a part or drawing a signal line, require no menu selections and no command typing. The powerful scripting system provides seamless integration with all your engineering tools. DesignWorks Professional ?available for Windows and Macintosh.?[more]

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Soundcard Oscilloscope

The Soundcard Oscilloscope receives its data from the Soundcard with 44.1kHz and 16 Bit resolution. The data source can be selected in the Windows mixer (Microphone, Line-In or Wave). The frequency range depends on the sound card, but 20-20000Hz should be possible with all modern cards. The low frequency end is limited by the AC coupling of the line-in signal. Be aware, that most microphone inputs are only mono. Donwload from link below.[more]

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Virtual Oscilloscope using PIC Microcontroller

An oscilloscope is probably the most important instrument for observing and measuring electronic circuits. It allows you to observe timing, voltages, slopes, curves, and spikes of an electronic signal. A good digital oscilloscope can easily run you over $1000, but this scope will cost you a grand total of $40 for the kit, perhaps the cheapest scope you will ever buy. [more]

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