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resources:tools-software:sigmastudio [22 Nov 2016 09:21]
venkatesan
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venkatesan [Feature Wishlist]
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   * To see what SigmaStudio can do, check out the [[resources/​tools-software/​sigmastudio/​tutorials|tutorials]].   * To see what SigmaStudio can do, check out the [[resources/​tools-software/​sigmastudio/​tutorials|tutorials]].
  
-<WRAP important>​SigmaStudio is currently compatible with the Windows ​XP (Service Pack 3), Windows Vista, ​and Windows 7, Windows 10 operating systems. Windows 8 support development is in progress, but at present, SigmaStudio will not work on Windows 8.</​WRAP>​+<WRAP important>​SigmaStudio is currently compatible with Windows ​and Windows 10 operating systems. Windows 8 support development is in progress, but at present, SigmaStudio will not work on Windows 8.</​WRAP>​
  
 <WRAP important>​Before using SigmaStudio,​ read the [[resources/​tools-software/​sigmastudio/​eula|SigmaStudio End User License Agreement]].</​WRAP>​ <WRAP important>​Before using SigmaStudio,​ read the [[resources/​tools-software/​sigmastudio/​eula|SigmaStudio End User License Agreement]].</​WRAP>​
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 [[resources/​tools-software/​sigmastudio/​wishlist|Feature Wishlist for requesting additional functionality in SigmaStudio]] [[resources/​tools-software/​sigmastudio/​wishlist|Feature Wishlist for requesting additional functionality in SigmaStudio]]
  
-**Bitwise logic support for ADAU170x chip** 
-  * Description : SigmaStudio only includes "​normal"​ logic for ADAU170x. The bitwise logic would be extremely useful for applications like Differentiated Parabolic Waveform generators in order to simplify phase handling of master sawtooth oscillators 
-  * Notes : N/A 
-  * Developer feedback : 
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-**Zero phase on VCO ON/OFF command ** 
-  * Description : when a VCO is turned OFF, it is simply a switch forcing the output signal to 0. The oscillator keeps running and when the VCO is turned ON, the sinus signal phase is completely random. The zero phase feature should allow the sinus phase to be reset when the switch goes from OFF to ON 
-  * Notes : N/A 
-  * Developer feedback : 
resources/tools-software/sigmastudio.txt · Last modified: 22 Dec 2016 12:32 by venkatesan