Spectro Signal Generator software provides you with the ability to generate a variety of static and sweep signals using your PC sound card. The signals that can be generated includes: sine, triangle, square, sawtooth and white noise.
Spectro Spectrum Analyzer 1.1 Spectro Spectrum Analyzer consists of a Frequency Analyzer and Octave Analyzer with the ability to perform real-time acoustic analysis on your PC with a sound card.
Spectro Frequency Analyzer 2.0 Spectro Frequency Analyzer software provides you with the ability to perform real-time FFT measurements using your PC sound card. The program computes the averaged auto power spectrum of the time signal recorded by a microphone.
Description: Spectro Signal Generator software provides you with the ability to generate a variety of static and sweep signals using your PC sound card. The signals that can be generated includes: sine, triangle, square, sawtooth and white noise. Amplitude and offset can also be adjusted. A linear, exponential or logarithmic sweep signal can be specified within a specific frequency range and time duration. The sweep frequency can be adjusted to increase or decrease in frequency. The time history and frequency spectrum of the generated signal is displayed in real-time in graphical format. Sweep information in terms of time vs. frequency is also displayed in real-time. The program supports 16 Bit Rate and a sampling rates of 44.1 kHz.The software is compatible with Windows 2000 and XP.
Audio ToolBox 2.2.0 Audio Toolbox is an audio function generator for the Macintosh. Using no additional hardware, you can produce sine, square, triangle, and sawtooth waveforms of any frequency up to
SigJenny 0.989 SigJenny turns your PC into a flexible and powerful signal generator for free. It generates numerous different waveshapes, can sweep them or arrange them as tone bursts
To Quiet a Whirring Computer, Fight Noise With Noise THE constant drone of a computer cooling fan can be annoying. But a professor at Brigham Young University has taken an unusual step to mute this noise: more noise, produced in just the right quantities from tiny loudspeakers that surround the fan.