Version 0.99 of Baudline

Release Notes: A set of power measurements were added that work with a user defined frequency range. A UTC time window that acts as an accurate clock reference display is new. A cursor tool called the periodicity helper bars was added, which is useful for determining periodic behavior. Some new channel mapping operations and Hz scaling reduction algorithms were added. Unique color and title options now make distinguishing multiple baudline sessions easier. Several minor bugs were fixed.

Other releases

  •  22 Jul 2010 08:55

Release Notes: This release adds several new DSP transforms and a port to the Mac OS X operating system. Mouse wheel tilt controls were also added and a large number of bugs were fixed.

  •  18 Dec 2007 10:39

Release Notes: This general maintenance release adds the play deck equalization feature, a port to the x86_64 architecture, and some minor performance optimizations for the PPC and SPARC architectures. It fixes a number of issues with several windows and with the stdin feature.

  •  16 Jul 2007 11:17

Release Notes: This general maintenance release fixes a number of issues with the spectrogram, spectrum, measurement, device, and play deck windows.

  •  30 Mar 2007 10:20

Release Notes: The addition of multi-threading and a reduction of memory buffer consumption make this release faster and leaner. A new Average exponential decay and timer feature increases the weak signal extraction power and flexibility. A few user interface improvements streamline this process even more.

  •  03 Nov 2006 14:44

Release Notes: This release adds support for the JACK Audio Connection Kit sound server, adds a port to SPARC Solaris 10, improves the Output Devices default and selection logic, and adds several minor fixes to the Play Deck, Tone Generator, and auto drift.

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