Today's fast-changing environment of education, research and industry requires flexibility in all aspects of circuit design and testing.
With the enhancement of reconfigurable and embedded devices, we find ourselves able to design, simulate, analyze, and even simulate more complex devices with application-specific embedded processors. From the software perspective, the measurement process is simplified to signal excitation, capture, adjustment, processing and output display only.
The instrumentation market is fragmented because instrumentation is dedicated to hardware and is used to provide thousands of slightly different test applications. In fact, the traditional measuring instrument classification (e.g., voltmeter, frequency counter, function generator, oscilloscope, power supply, the virtual component library, events, etc.) has become a unit of software interaction.
In the present situation, the concept of circuit design has changed from discrete design to SOC design on chip. First, today's integrated circuits are configurable software, and users must use a PC/laptop software interface. So the computer is
The needs of engineers in all fields (basic electronics, VLSI, embedded, DSP, communication, instrumentation, etc.). Second, traditional TMI is the basic requirement of design engineers.
In the modern world, the science and technology design laboratory is the ultimate solution for design engineers. Save space, test time faster, faster troubleshooting, several large and Windows at the same time, the computer storage of waveform, the waveform data sharing, virtual reality hardware interface component library, event dispatcher automation testing time, different functions and digital storage oscilloscope, as the movie mixed signal oscilloscope, logic analyzer, synthesis of function generator, pattern/word signal generator, a programmable clock, programmable power supply, etc. Now the facility can be set up on every bench in the park, including a DesignLab and a laptop/tablet in each seat, instead of five or six boxes.