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What are the waveform viewers available ?

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waveform viewer open source

Hi, apart from Cosmos scope ezwave and xelga.. what are the other analog waveform viewer available in the market?
 

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Re: waveform viewer

apmrao said:
Hi, apart from Cosmos scope ezwave and xelga.. what are the other analog waveform viewer available in the market?

try spice explorer is a great viewer.

Bastos
 

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Re: waveform viewer

Goldeneagle said:
If you are using Cadence, then I guess you have two options.. awd and wavescan..

-GE

And the latest... ViVa
 

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Re: waveform viewer

You can use GTK-Wave. It is an open source free wave viewer I used for Verilog simulations with ModelSim.
BR,
Amr.
 

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