Auto-start the Data Recorder or the Octave Analyzer in SignalScope 11.5

With version 11.5 of SignalScope X, SignalScope Pro 2020, and SignalScope Advanced 2020, the Data Recorder and Octave Analyzer tools can be started automatically when a user-defined trigger event occurs. The trigger event consists of a single amplitude threshold on a designated trigger channel.

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Analyze DC-coupled audio inputs with SignalScope X

With the release of version 11.4 of SignalScope X, you can more easily generate and analyze signals with DC content, as long as you have compatible hardware with DC-coupled input and/or output channels. The number of audio interfaces with DC-coupled output channels seems to have been growing for some time, although very few interfaces offer DC-coupled inputs.

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SignalScope X supports impact testing for modal analysis

In order to facilitate impact testing, measurement software generally requires several specific options, including reference input triggering with pre-trigger delay, force windowing for the reference input, exponential windowing for all inputs, and the ability to preview captured impulses and accept or reject the inclusion of the captured data in the final result. In version 11.2, SignalScope X now includes these capabilities within the Dual FFT Analyzer tool.

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Faber Mac apps now sold exclusively on the Mac App Store

With the release of version 3.9.2 of Electroacoustics Toolbox, SignalScope Pro, and SignalScope, as well as version 4.9.2 of SignalSuite, Faber Mac apps can no longer be purchased outside the Mac App Store. Free trial versions of these apps can still be downloaded from FaberAcoustical.com. Users who previously purchased these apps outside the App Store can continue to use the apps, as before. Serial number activation and deactivation support will continue. For Electroacoustics Toolbox users, the new version also eliminates the need to purchase the Noise Dosimeter and Room Analyzer tools separately. They are now included with all the other built-in tools at no additional cost. Download Free Trials at FaberAcoustical.com Download Faber apps on the Mac App Store

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Easy calibrated vibration measurements on Mac or iOS

Although Faber Mac and iOS apps have offered excellent sound and vibration analysis tools from the start, the introduction of the Digiducer 333D01 USB Digital Accelerometer makes vibration measurement easier and more portable. When the 333D01 is connected to a Mac, iPhone, or iPad, it will be immediately recognized by our apps and ready for calibrated measurements.

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