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SBench 6 - Timestamps | Spectrum

Overview

General Information

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

Hardware Support

Cards and Features

Requirements

Supported operating systems and hardware requirements

Licences

Available Versions: Base, Professional and Demo Versions

FAQ

Frequently asked questions for license, installation and features

Setup

Project Organization

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

Inputs

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

Modes

Singleshot, Segmented, Streaming Mode, Sample or Time based

Trigger

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

Clock

Clock Modes and Sample Scaling

Timestamps

Timestamps and connection with GPS or IRIG-B receivers

Streaming Mode

High Speed Streaming with different file formats and split function

Displays

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

Analysis

Cursor

Two independant cursors for easy measurings with signal locking

Measurement

Data analysis or simple measurements

Filters

Powerful FIR filters with automatic and manual coefficients

Function Generator

Formula interpreter with several operators and source signals

Documentation

Export

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

Comments

Comments directly inside the displays locked to display or signal

Reports

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

Printout/Screenshot

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

Timestamps

SBench 6 Timestamp SetupTimestamps allow to store the exact trigger position if using an external or channel trigger of the cards. This allows to set all acquisitions into a precise time relation to each other. The timestamp information is extremely useful if using a segmented acquisition mode like Multiple Recording or Gated Sampling and is essential if using ABA mode to have a time correlation between slow A data and fast B data.

SBench 6 Timestamp DisplayThe acquired Timestamps are shown in the segmented display with the correct time information. The segmented display offers a huge number of features that use the timestamp information.

SBench 6 handles the acquired Timestamps in its internal file format as well as in some of the export formats generating extra files.

 

 

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