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SBench 6 - Signal Inputs | Spectrum


General Information

Short information about SBench 6. Overview about the covered application areas

Hardware Support

Cards and Features


Supported operating systems and hardware requirements


Available Versions: Base, Professional and Demo Versions


Frequently asked questions for license, installation and features


Project Organization

All settings, data files, calculations and report templates are organized in project folders


Ranges, Termination, Filters, AC/DC, Custom Units, Sensors


Singleshot, Segmented, Streaming Mode, Sample or Time based


Trigger Sources, OR/AND conjunction, Analog and Digital Trigger


Clock Modes and Sample Scaling


Timestamps and connection with GPS or IRIG-B receivers

Streaming Mode

High Speed Streaming with different file formats and split function


Analog Display

Powerful scope like view of analog signals with multiple axis and versatile functions

Segmented View

Views segmented data with timestamps, ABA data and special jump functions

Digital Data Display

Logic analyzer view for single signals and bus signals with search functions

Streaming Display

Data online view and fast hard disk streaming

X/Y Display

Lissajous style plots, one x-axis and multiple y-axis for analog signals

FFT Display

Frequency domain view with harmonics cursors and analysis functions SNR, THD, ...

Spread Display

Stacked display of multiple signals with easy scaling

History Mode

Signal history, Eye diagram



Two independant cursors for easy measurings with signal locking


Data analysis or simple measurements


Powerful FIR filters with automatic and manual coefficients

Function Generator

Formula interpreter with several operators and source signals



Different export formats supported: ASCII, Binary, MATLAB, WAVE, VCD


Comments directly inside the displays locked to display or signal


Comfortable report editor with support of all display, setup and calculation components from SBench 6


Printouts or screenshots for further documentation, different information can be added

Signal Inputs

SBench 6 Analog Input Setup

All signal inputs be it analog or digital inputs, be it 2 channels or 256 channels are available at one place and can be easily maintained by standard windows mouse commands. Multiple channels can be selected and changed together. A fast change is available using the context menu. A more detailed setup is possible using a dedicated signal input dialog.

The fastest way to change settings here is the mouse wheel. Just point to the settings you want to change and move the wheel: that setting will change for all marked input channels.

Input Channel Dialog

SBench 6 Input DetailsThe Input Channel dialog offers all settings for one or more input channels. Inhere an input scaling to an external sensor can be defined. The input signal is automatically recalculated and optionally providing a custom unit for this. This custom unit is used throughout SBench 6 and is used in the display windows, cursor information and exports. Custom units are automatically displayed using SI prefixes like m (milli) or k (kilo) for better visibility.

A fast way to set custom units are the "probe buttons" at the bottom. Simply click on the probe type you've connected like 10:1 probe and all setting and scaling is done.

Each channel can be given a dedicated name and color which is used throughout SBench 6. This channel name can be any text including unicode characters to support different language writing like Cyrillic, Japanese or Chinese.

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