Archive for April 2013

PlainDSP (Part 2)

Part 1, 2, 3, 4 The next lines of code illustrate how PlainDSP simplifies the combination of data acquisition and data analysis. You no longer need to worry about the vectors of data. PlainDSP creates dynamically  and transparently the required vectors. On the other hand you must keep in mind that they exist and take 8 times the number […]

April fool ! Really ?

I cannot resist to the temptation of reproducing this letter that I picked up from the blog of a veteran analog guru, fan of oscilloscopes and vintage electronics.   I was just a project in the sparkling eyes of my parents at the time this letter was written, and I understand that computers where far from the […]