Stereo Waveform Oscilloscope


The Stereo Waveform Oscilloscope is only one Stereo Workstation Signal Analyzer capability. Press the above buttons to learn about all the other Signal Analyzer capabilities.

The Stereo Waveform Oscilloscope enables you to see your Music waveforms for test purposes, for analysis purposes, or just for entertainment. The Oscilloscope software taps into the output Digital Audio Data stream to show you graphically what you are hearing from your system.

The Oscilloscope can be operated in Auto Trigger Mode, where the trace is updated as fast as possible which is best for test and analysis purposes. The Oscilloscope can also be operated in Single Trigger Mode where the trace is updated only when manually commanded to update. The Oscilloscope can also be operated in Music Mode where the settings are optimized for viewing Music.

The Gain can be adjusted so that very small signals can be displayed as well as very large signals. The Sweep Rate can be adjusted so that low frequency signals are easily viewed or so that high frequency signals are easily viewed.

The Oscilloscope can display waveforms in many trace modes such as Left Plus Right, Left Minus Right, Left Only, Right Only, Left On Right, and Dual Trace. The Oscilloscope can operate in Persist Mode where successive traces are not erased but are drawn on top of each other.

The Oscilloscope Trigger Level, Trigger Delay, and Trigger Slope are adjustable to provide stable viewing of almost any waveform. The Oscilloscope can trigger on the left or the right channel in the Dual Trace modes.

The Oscilloscope has a front end compensation filter that can be enabled or disabled. The filter has a characteristic that emphasizes certain frequencies to produce a more interesting output when viewing music. This compensation should of course be disabled when performing calibrations.

The Oscilloscope screen is fully integrated into the main screen display so that normal Stereo Workstation activities can continue without interference.

Fortunately, the non-technical person will not have to know anything about Triggering, Gain, or Sweep Rates because the default settings of Music Mode are designed to display interesting waveforms for someone that just wants to watch.

The following image shows a screen shot of a typical Music waveform as shown on the Oscilloscope screen.

The Oscilloscope is set to Auto Trigger using L Plus R Trace Mode where the left channel is added to the right channel and then displayed. The Scope is set to trigger on the left channel signal.

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