Specifications
1. Seven view types: Real time Amplitude Spectrum, Real time Phase
Spectrum, Real time Auto Correlation Function, Real time Cross
Correlation Function, Real time Coherence Function, Real time Transfer
Function, Real time Impulse Response.
2. Independent X axis and Y
axis zooming and scrolling.
3. In Amplitude Spectrum, Y axis
supports relative modes in linear and dBr scale, and absolute mode in
RMS voltage, dBV, dBu, dBSPL, dBFS scale. X axis supports linear,
logarithmic and octave scale (1/1, 1/3, 1/6, 1/12, 1/24, 1/48, 1/96).
4. Analysis results can be exported as TXT files.
5. Data
curve can be printed out directly or saved as BMP files.
6. Fast
display refresh rate: about 50 frames per second (tested with a sound
card under Windows XP SP2 on IBM ThinkPad R51 Laptop PC with Intel
Pentium M processor 1.60 GHz, with scan time=10 ms and FFT size=1024 and
both the Oscilloscope and the Spectrum Analyzer running under "Auto"
mode). Thus data are displayed and analyzed in "true" real time.
7. The colors of display, font size, screen refresh rate are
configurable.
8. FFT size can be adjusted from 128 to 4194304
points.
9. Allow record length to be different from FFT size. If
the FFT size is greater than the record length, then zero(s) will be
added at the end of the actual measurement data during FFT computation.
If the FFT size is less than the record length, then the measurement
data will be split into different segments with the size of each segment
equal to the FFT size. Segment overlap percentage can be selected among
0%, 25%, 50%, 75%. The final result will be obtained by averaging the
FFT results from all segments.
10. Support 55 window functions:
Rectangle, Triangle (or Fejer), Hanning, Hamming, Blackman, Exact
Blackman, Blackman Harris, Blackman Nuttall, Flat Top, Exponential,
Gaussian, Welch (or Riesz), Cosine, Riemann (or Lanczos), Parzen, Tukey,
Bohman, Poisson, HanningPoisson, Cauchy, BartlettHann, Kaiser, etc.
11. Display peak frequency with subFFTbinsize accuracy in
Amplitude Spectrum display, peak time delay and corresponding
coefficient in Cross Correlation Function display, peak frequency and
corresponding coefficient in Coherence Function display, peak frequency
and corresponding gain and phase in Transfer Function display, peak time
and corresponding value in Impulse Response display.
12. Allow
the measurement of Total Harmonic Distortion (THD), THD+Noise (THD+N),
Signal in Noise and Distortion (SINAD), SignaltoNoise Ratio (SNR) and
Noise Level (NL) in a specified frequency range.
13. Allow the
measurement of IMDSMPTE/DIN, IMDCCIF1, IMDCCIF2, Crosstalk, Bandwidth
(3dB), Harmonics, Energy in user defined frequency bands, Peaks.
14. Support one cursor reader and two markers which stick to the
measurement data.
15. Intraframe processing includes: Remove DC
Component, Frequency Compensation, Frequency Weighting (flat, A
weighting, B weighting , C weighting, ITUR 468 weighting), and Smooth
via Moving Average. Frequency compensation is achieved via loading a
user configurable textbased Frequency Compensation File (*.fcf).
16. Four interframe processing methods: None, Peak Hold, Linear
Average, Exponential Average. The number of frames (2~200, forever) for
peak hold or linear averaging can be specified. The process can be reset
during runtime if “forever” is chosen.
17. Five chart types: Line,
Scatter, Column, Bar, and Step. Line width is adjustable.
18. Up
to five reference curves can be set for each channel. The reference
curve can be configured by either copying the current curve, or loading
a properly formatted text file or a previously saved reference file from
the hard disk.
19. The data in the graph can be copied into the
clipboard as text and later paste into other software such as Microsoft
Excel for further analysis. The image of the graph can be copied into
the clipboard as Bitmap image and later paste into other software such
as Microsoft Word.
20. Supports Multilingual User Interface under
Windows 2000, XP, 2003, Vista, 7, 8 and above. Currently supported
languages are English, French, German, Italian, Portuguese, Spanish,
Russian, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Japanese and Korean.
Examples
Measurement of THD, THD+N, SNR, SINAD, ENOB...

Measurement of IMD (SMPTE)

Measurement of crosstalk

Measurement of frequency response using white noise

Fast measurement of frequency response using multitones

Measurement of frequency response using pink noise + octave
analysis

Impact test

Normalized amplitude spectrum of a signal

Auto correlation

Cross correlation

Phase Spectrum 
Spectra of Kaiser 6 Window Function

Coherence 
Bode Plot

Impulse Response 

