User-friendly Frequencies: Traditional FFT-based spectrum analyzers use FFT's (Fast Fourier Transforms) with lengths that are powers of 2 (e.g. 2 to the 12th power = 4096). With typical audio sample rates, such as 48 kHz, this yields non-integer (awkward) frequency resolutions, such as 11.71875 Hz (48000/4096 = 11.71875). SignalScope's Dual FFT Analyzer uses mixed-radix FFT's that yield frequency resolutions that are more than just user-friendly—they allow for precise amplitude measurement at frequencies such as 1000 Hz (a frequency commonly used for calibrating sound level meters and measuring total harmonic distortion, or THD). For example, an FFT length of 4800, when used with a sample rate of 48 kHz, yields a frequency resolution of exactly 10 Hz (48000/4800 = 10).
Real-time SIMO Analysis: Measure 2 DUT's or SUT's at a time, with a single reference channel. (DUT = Device Under Test, SUT = System Under Test, SIMO = Single Input, Multiple Output)
Save Data: Export frequency and time domain data and metadata to a data file (.csv, .mat, or .txt). Or, generate a high-resolution image of the graph and save it to a PDF file.
Input: Up to 2 system or device measurements simultaneously, with X input (reference) and Y inputs (DUT/SUT outputs) selected from any available input, output, or virtual output channels