Amplitudes in the Signal Generator tool may be specified as a percentage of the full
scale (maximum) output amplitude, or as a dB value, relative to the full scale amplitude (0 dB
corresponds to the full scale amplitude and -80 dB would correspond to 0.01% of full scale).
The panning between the two output channels can be performed in one of two ways. Linear panning
will linearly increase the level of one output channel while it decreases the level of the
other. Shelf panning will hold one output channel level constant while the other is either
increased or decreased. These two approaches are represented graphically in the segmented
Invert Ch 1/2 Polarity
The polarity of either or both output channels may be inverted. Inverting one of the two channels enables
the two output signals to be combined as a single, balanced signal for higher output voltage when applied
to the balanced input of a mixer or amplifier.
*In SignalScope X, most tools and some features are available only via subscription (subscriptions can be purchased within SignalScope X).
*SignalScope Basic only includes tools and features found in the Basic Tool Set.
*SignalScope Advanced only includes tools and features found in the Basic and Advanced Tool Sets.
*Minor differences exist in the user interface when running on macOS, iPadOS, or iOS.