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Time-limited trial (Free to try)
1.2 MB
Windows All
Interstellar Research(more)
Publisher's Descriptions
Daqarta is a general-purpose Data AcQuisition And Real-Time Analysis system. It allows waveforms, spectra, or spectrograms to be viewed live, rather than after separate collection and analysis steps.

The display area can be made extra-large to allow maximum visibility for fine detail or distant viewing, and both axes are completely marked with unit divisions in a 1, 2, 5 sequence. Logarithmic X- and/or Y-axis scales may be used for spectrum display... all in real-time.

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