BrettG

SigmaStudio 3.9.2 Beta Available for Download

Discussion created by BrettG on Jul 17, 2013
Latest reply on Jul 19, 2013 by BrettG

The latest SigmaStudio Beta release is available for download here: http://www.analog.com/en/dsp-software/ss_sigst_02/sw.html

 

You will need to log in with your MyAnalog account to access the download.

 

Here are a list of the updates in recent versions:

 

Updates SigmaStudio 3.9.2 BETA

  • Export to Linux files now supports XML format. Implementation of Export to Linux files for ADAU1701.
  • Single band level detector supports linear display.
  • New peak dynamics processors with external detect (Mono/Stereo) that supports fast release for low frequencies.

 

Updates SigmaStudio 3.9.1 BETA

  • Single band level detector has now a new graphic adjustable display.
  • Added All-pass selection to “First Order Filters” type in General (2nd Order) Filter
  • Added user selectable phase wrapped/un-wrapped and radians/degrees options in probe window

Bug Fixes SigmaStudio 3.9.1 BETA

  • FIR Filter table is fixed, with all coefficients set to zero except the first.

 

Updates SigmaStudio 3.9.0 BETA

  • Extended probe window frequency axis to 96kHz maximum.
  • Added log lookup table for ADAU170x and ADAU144x.
  • Made simple sub-harmonic support ADAU176x, ADAU1781 and ADAU144x.
  • Added Quad VCO support ADAU1701 and AD1940.
  • Added VCO with flexible phase for ADAU170x and ADAU144x.
  • Added two externally triggered sweeps for ADAU170x and ADAU144x.
  • Added square root approximation for ADAU170x and ADAU144x.
  • Added peak compressor with zero cross for ADAU176x, ADAU1781 and ADAU144x.
  • Added elliptical interpolated IIR low pass filter for ADAU176x, ADAU1781 and ADAU144X.

Bug Fixes SigmaStudio 3.9.0 BETA

  • Change schematic view mouse wheel zoom steps to match the zoom menu zoom step sizes.
  • Decrease font size and add tooltips in the ADAU144X register window to fix readability issues.
  • Optimized schematic linking reduces compile times for large projects

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