Frank Duignan wrote:
> Would scilab be any use - its a general purpose maths/simulation
> similar to matlab (if that means anything to you). You can program it to
> generate waveforms etc. with reasonable ease.
Scilab is a possibility, although TBH I ran away scared from its
"digital signal processing" stuff round about "Markovian
representation". I have no familiarity with scilab, and wonder how easy
it's going to be to look at precise timings of 6 signals in parallel.
Each relevant manufacturer has their own tool for doing this (as indeed
does the manufacturer of the kit I'm working with), but guess the O.S.
I'm tending towards using Wine at this point, but I'm sort of puzzled
that there isn't a utility out there already.
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