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MeasurementBlues
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MeasurementBlues   5/21/2014 3:28:59 PM
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Amherst Systems has updated its M1 Waveform Viewer Tool. You can use it withour registering for one week. After that, you need to register and get a registration code, but it's still free.

You can view waveforms from Agilent, Tek, LeCroy, R&S, and Yokogawa scopes, plus EDA tools.



Navelpluis
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Very interesting
Navelpluis   5/22/2014 4:58:53 PM
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Hi Max,

Thanks for posting this llst + your add-on. I really found some nice & useful soft-goodies ;-)

 

MeasurementBlues
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Re: Very interesting
MeasurementBlues   6/3/2014 11:34:58 PM
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@Navelpluis,

You wrote:

Hi Max,

Thanks for posting this llst + your add-on. I really found some nice & useful soft-goodies ;-)

Max? You call me Max? 

We must talk, and soon.

What goodies did you find?

 

JUNG.Phil
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ATP version of the Electromagnetic Transients Program
JUNG.Phil   5/28/2014 4:21:07 PM
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See at:

http://www.eeug.org/

Regards

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