PicoScope 6 decodes CAN FD for free

Pico Technology, adds CAN FD decoding to its PicoScope 6 software. This software, available free of charge for all PicoScope oscilloscopes, delivers advanced features such as serial decoding, channel math, mask limit testing and spectrum analysis, while maintaining a clear, uncluttered display with easy-to-use controls.

Serial decoding is an essential component of the PicoScope software and allows you to see the the decoded data on the same timebase as the analog waveforms. Bit fields within frames are color-coded for easier identification, with errors highlighted in red. Click on a decoded frame, and PicoScope instantly highlights the same data in a table below the waveform. You can search and sort the decoded data, export it in text format, and display optional measurements such as peak voltage, packet duration and start and stop times.

PicoScope 6 runs on Windows PCs, making it easy to share waveforms – just email a .psdata file or a screen shot. You can also export waveform data in a range of binary and text formats.

Availability

PicoScope 6.12.7 is available for download now, free of charge, from www.picotech.com. It runs on Windows 7, 8 and 10, 32-bit or 64-bit, and is compatible with all PicoScope oscilloscopes.

More information is available at http://www.picotech.com
 

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