01 At a glance

Content outdated We are in the process of migrating all content to impulse version 2.0. impulse is an easy to use waveform viewer and analyser tool. This chapter gives you a first insight. To open the viewer, select a wave file of...

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02 Signal Basics

Content outdated We are in the process of migrating all content to impulse version 2.0. This chapter describes some basic principles of how signals are represented in impulse. These are not necessary for the use of impulse, but convey...

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03 Views and Plots

Content outdated We are in the process of migrating all content to impulse version 2.0. A view combines a set of plots, organized in the form of a tree. Users can define and select between multiple views to get the information they...

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04 Plots and Cursors

Content outdated We are in the process of migrating all content to impulse version 2.0. The plot area contains three elements: an axis, the configured plots and cursors. Cursors are part of a view, like plots and folders, but they are...

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05 Domains and Axes

Content outdated We are in the process of migrating all content to impulse version 2.0. impulse can display waveforms using multiple domains (e.g., time and frequency) in one view. If your signals are using the same domain, it...

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06 Ports

Content outdated We are in the process of migrating all content to impulse version 2.0. As soon as your signals are not bound to a file, but streamed in from different sources like processes, sockets, pipe and drivers, ports are the...

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07 Complementary Views

Content outdated We are in the process of migrating all content to impulse version 2.0.  In addition to the viewer and editor, there is a set of additional tabular presentation UIs in impulse. These tables allow...

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08 Marker

Content outdated We are in the process of migrating all content to impulse version 2.0. The eclipse platform supports different markers such as bookmarks, tasks, problems and errors. Based on these mechanisms, impulse allows the user...

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09 Preferences

Content outdated We are in the process of migrating all content to impulse version 2.0. impulse’s preferences are stored within the eclipse preference store. If you open the preferences dialogue, you can manage all the relevant...

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10 The Signal Script Production

Content outdated We are in the process of migrating all content to impulse version 2.0. The Signal Scripts production allows the users to analyze and interpret signals in many ways. Combine signals using mathematical operations, generate...

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11 Synchronisation

Content outdated We are in the process of migrating all content to impulse version 2.0. impulse can handle signal data from multiple inputs. When inputs don't have a common domain base, synchronization may be required. Port...

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12 Searching

Content outdated We are in the process of migrating all content to impulse version 2.0. The Find dialogue helps you to find signal patterns. It behaves like the standard find dialogue of the text editors. You type in a find expression,...

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13 Working with Charts

Content outdated We are in the process of migrating all content to impulse version 2.0. Charts can be used to visualize signals and signal-related information. Charts can be extended and configured in many ways. You can define your...

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14 Templates

Content outdated We are in the process of migrating all content to impulse version 2.0. Templates simplify the re-use of configuration elements. A template may contain simple defaults, such that all float signals shall be painted red,...

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15 Comparing signals and records

Content outdated We are in the process of migrating all content to impulse version 2.0. You may be required to compare a single or multiple signals or complete records (wave files). Both can be done easily without any additional tools. ...

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16 Launcher Integration

Content outdated We are in the process of migrating all content to impulse version 2.0. An eclipse launch configuration is a description of how to launch a program. The program itself may be a Java program, another Eclipse instance...

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