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1.0.0 (latest version)
Windows XP, Windows Vista, English
Many people think that to switch from analogical signal to digital one is easy, but most of the time it is so difficult that you must use a converter.

AZEskop is an analog-to-digital converter. In fact it is a low-frequency oscilloscope which uses your sound card as a converter. It uses two channels. You can use the following combinations: Ch1+Ch2, Ch1-Ch2, Ch2-Ch1, - Ch1 and - Ch2. You can save your work to BMP, PNG or JPG. When saving, you can use sample-time and backups can be viewed by the built-in viewer.

It has a pleasant graphics interface and data reading is easy. Its use requires nevertheless knowledge in electronics and physics.


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Latest update on December 2, 2009 at 12:21 AM.