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Scansion 1.0

View analog and digital simulation waveforms from VCD files and more.


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  • Last Updated: Aug 12, 2009
  • License: Shareware $100.00
  • OS: Mac OS X
  • Requirements: For Mac OS X 10.5 or higher

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Scansion is a DVD & Video software developed by Logic Poet. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for Scansion:

Scansion offers relief for Mac users who are tired of logging into Linux machines or relying on X11 based applications for their modeling Analysis.

But its more than just a VCD viewer in a fancy new wrapper. Scansion also adds the ability to view higher Abstraction Transaction modeling events, tracing transactions as they flow through a system. This makes it the ideal companion for modeling in SystemC and other environments that support higher level simulations.

Key Features

•Reads standard Value Change Dump (VCD) files for logic waveforms
•Reads open XML format for transaction traces
•64 bit support for handling very large files
•iChat Theater support to allow sharing your waveforms interactively in an iChat video conference.
•Support for multiple Cursors and time DELTA measurements
•Tab support facilitate multiple views within the same model
•A unique "Browse" mode that lets the user view all of the members of a selected module without having to explicitly add those traces. Makes finding what you are looking for much faster
•Custom colorization for waveforms, transactions and highlighting
•Display of analog waveforms for viewing mixed-signal data
•Exporting to a variety of image file formats
•Intuitive user interface
•Universal Binary
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