Demo version of ZETLab software

Zetlab demo news 2010

Our latest developments – Data Server software and Data Client, finally allowed to release a demo version of ZETLab software. The ZETLab software is delivered free of charge with ADC / DAC modules, spectrum analyzers and other devices manufactured by our company. Thus, virtual instruments from ZETLab work with signals digitized by ZET devices. But this does not mean that it is impossible to test the software before purchasing any device.

Demo version of ZETLAB is created for acquaintance with ZETLAB software and allows you to evaluate the advantages of working with virtual devices before purchasing an ADC / DAC module or spectrum analyzer.

For example, any program with graphical display of signals or their parameters allows you to scale graphics in various ways: with the keyboard buttons, the mouse wheel, or by setting the autoscale on all axes. In addition, the user can save the displayed data in a graphical form with the familiar + key combination and paste it into the graphical or text editor with the + command. The displayed data can also be copied to the clipboard numerically (key). Thus, you can increase the visibility of the reports on the experiments, adding to them a graph or data in a tabular form.

Zetlab demo client server news 2010

To work with virtual devices in the demo-version ZETLAB provides two channels, through which the signals are transmitted sinusoidal form. They allow, for example, to evaluate the results of various settings of the narrowband spectrum (for example, the choice of the weight function). But you do not have to limit yourself! It is enough to start the program “Signal receiver” and connect to the server computers, which are various laboratory stands in our office. Each booth consists of a computer, one or more ZET devices and primary converters. Signals from the sensors are digitized by ZET devices and fed to a computer server that transmits them round the clock via the Internet. When connected to a server, the digitized signals transmitted to them become available for programs from ZETLAB.