Automatic Oscilloscope and Waveform Analysis for BitScope
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BitScope Meter is a scope, AC/DC voltmeter and frequency meter in an easy to use application.
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- Convenient Voltage Measurement. Meter measures and reports five waveform voltages automatically. V p-p: the peak to peak waveform voltage.; V rms: the root mean square voltage of the waveform.; V mean: the mean (DC) voltage of the waveform over an integer number of periods or the total capture duration if no frequency is detected.; V max and V min the absolute maximum and minimum voltages.
It's like a waveform generator in reverse.
Plug-in any waveform and Meter will lock on and display it while simultaneously reporting waveform parameters in realtime.
Features and benefits include:
- Real-time waveform display
- Dynamic parameter reporting
- Automatic frequency/period meter
- Peak, RMS & Min/Max voltmeters
- DC mean and offset voltmeters
- Sophisticated auto-locking trigger
- Fast point & click operation
Meter is an ideal tool to quickly view and measure AC/DC signals and voltages.
There are no complicated parameters, just connect the signal and view the results.
Meter runs in a single window divided into three sections as shown at the top of this page.
- An oscilloscope waveform display and measurement parameters display (top left).
- The main focus parameter, channel and input control display (bottom left).
- An optional control panel for connection, setup and device control (right).
The control panel can be hidden to optimize the display to view just the waveform and parameters.
Operation is automatic, just click the RUN button or the spacebar on the keyboard to start. Click on any parameter around the waveform display to select it to have focus below the display.
The focus parameter display uses 4 digits precision and a moving decimal point, familiar to anyone who has used a digital multimeter or frequency meter.
Above the focus parameter is information about the connected BitScope and below it the Meter version.
To the right are the channel selection, AC/DC coupling and signal source widgets which are changed with mouse clicks.
Advanced controls and application configuration options are available via the menus at the top of the main window and almost all operations have keyboard short-cuts available.
Online help and a user guide is built-in.
Meter measures and reports five waveform voltages automatically:
- V p-p: the peak to peak waveform voltage.
- V rms: the root mean square voltage of the waveform.
- V mean: the mean (DC) voltage of the waveform over an integer number of periods or the total capture duration if no frequency is detected.
- V max and V min the absolute maximum and minimum voltages over the waveform period.
Meter continuously measures these voltages and adjusts BitScope's input ranges and voltage scaling to optimize the measurements and maintain a consistent view of the waveform on the display.
A ground reference can also be displayed, especially useful for waveforms sitting on DC offsets, and probe scaling can be applied when using attenuating oscilloscope probes.
While Meter is very easy to use, internally it employs some sophisticated analysis techniques to makes its measurements, especially when measuring waveform periods and frequencies.
Most frequency meters simply count zero crossings per unit time. This works for simple waveforms but fails for many real-world signals, especially in data driven mixed signal environments or when looking at waveforms comprising more than one frequency.
In contrast Meter employs a powerful autocorrelation detector which can lock on to different frequencies in the one signal and even find frequencies in a waveform which is not obviously periodic.
 Waveform Detector Function
For example, waveform  is a digitally generated 'noise' signal displayed by Meter.
Overlaying the signal is a timing grid showing that it is not noise at all but is instead a periodic waveform.
The detector function  peaks indicate the waveform periods and the calculated frequency is reported in the measurement panel  as 3.906 kHz with about ±10Hz precision (worst case).
Being digitally generated, this signal also has a much higher (clock) frequency embedded within it and Meter can be used to measure this frequency too.
 Embedded Clock Signal
Waveform  is from the same signal but now locked on the much higher clock component of the waveform. Again the timing grid overlays the waveform showing the waveform periods and this time the waveform periods clearly visible by inspection.
 Clock Frequency
The detector function  now looks quite different but its salient feature is the row of peaks indicating the detected waveform periods as before.
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The reported frequency this time is 500 kHz with about ±20Hz precision.
From this we can deduce that the data sequence generating the original psuedo random signal comprises 128 steps per period. The same techniques can be applied to measure multiple frequencies in many complex periodic waveforms.
Of course Meter will work just as well with very simple waveforms too !
In normal usage Meter operates without the need for any special setup or configuration but sometimes it may be necessary tweak some settings to optimize your measurements.
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The Options menu shown here provide access to these controls when they're needed:
- Voltage Range: to set the desired meter scale (mV, V or kV).
- Probe Attenuation: to set up Meter for the type of probes you're using.
- Waveform Display: provides controls to change how waveforms are displayed.
- Frame Averaging: allows adjustments to parameter measurement accuracy.
- Capture Buffer Size: and advanced control for managing capture.
- Frequency Detector: advanced controls for adjusting the detector algorithm.
The online help that come with Meter explains these controls in detail.
Meter is designed to be used stand-alone or as a partner application for BitScope DSO.
When used with BitScope DSO you can run both applications with a single BitScope at the same time using Meter to get a handle on the signal quickly and DSO to analyze it in much greater detail.
Simply toggle capture between each application.
Meter shares its setup, configuration and calibration settings with BitScope DSO but it can also recalibrate the operation of BitScope to suit its purposes independently of DSO if required.
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Meter supports all current BitScopes and old models back to BS300S (since 2003).
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Like most other BitScope software, Meter is cross-platform compatible with Windows 8, 7, and XP, Mac OS X and most popular Linux distributions.
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