2004

New to ZETLab Company 2004

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October

Development

Digital signals processing module APC 216: considerable improvement of metrological characteristics.

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September

Development

We have developed a program for non-stationary processes analysis allowing to view 3-dimensional image of signals spectral characteristics. The user can select optimal view of spectral pattern.

Exhibition 

From September 7 to 10, 2004, we took part in the exhibition “Etalon – Test and Measuring Equipment,” which was held in the framework of the 3rd Moscow International Industrial Fair in the exhibition center “Crocus Expo” At the exhibition were presented new measuring instruments – spectrum analyzers, ADCs, accelerometers and other sensors.

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July – August

Development 

In July and August, we have performed a large-scale update of the software.

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June

Symposium and exhibition

From 8 to 10 June 2004, we participated in the 7th International Symposium and Exhibition “Noise and Vibration in Transport – 2004”, which were held as part of a large-scale international forum “High-Tech Week in St. Petersburg”. Thank you to everyone who visited our stand.

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March – April

Participation in 6-th International Conference and Exhibition

From March 31 to April 2, 2004, we participated in the 6th International Conference and Exhibition “Digital Signal Processing and its Application (DSPA-2004”, which took place at the Institute of Control Sciences named after VA Trapeznikov (RAS Institute).) Thank you. to all who visited our stand.

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March

Development of drivers

The drivers for the KADSP / PCI I / O card and the ADC DAC boards are written. Developed programs for the spectrum analyzer in Windows XP in a multi-window mode. Also, ADC boards are being developed using the BlackFin signal processor from Analog Devices.

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January

A new device was developed

At the beginning of this year, a new device was designed and constructed based on a PC / 104 single-board computer – Vibran, which is a modification of the A17 spectrum analyzer. Small size and ease of use will ensure mobility and high accuracy of your measurements.