|Getting started||Some examples to get started working with the software.|
|Quick functions||How to use the quick functions to easily use a TiePie engineering measuring instrument for
|Quick Setups||To simplify setting up the measurements, the Multi Channel oscilloscope software contains a large number of Quick Setups.
A Quick Setup contains the basic settings for a specific measurement.
After loading the Quick Setup, that specific measurement can be performed.|
|Graph section||How to use graphs in the Multi Channel oscilloscope software.|
|Creating and connecting objects||The TiePie engineering Multi Channel oscilloscope software has a modular structure, with measuring instruments,
function generators, Sources, I/O blocks and Sinks.
This page describes how these modules are created and connected to each other.|
|Oscilloscopes||This page describes how the Handyscopes can be controlled in the Multi Channel oscilloscope software.
This TiePie oscilloscope software turns your PC into an oscilloscope.|
|Function generators||The Handyscope HS5 and Handyscope HS3 Arbitrary Waveform Generators can
be controlled with the Arbitrary waveform generator control window|
|Sources||Sources are objects that generate data, like instrument channels and software generators.
This page lists the available sources in the TiePie engineering Multi Channel oscilloscope software.
|I/O's||I/Os are objects that accept data (Input), process this data in a specific way, like e.g. adding,
multiplying, filtering, etc. and then generate the processed data (Output).
This page lists the available I/Os in the TiePie engineering Multi Channel oscilloscope software.|
|Sinks||Sinks are objects that only accept data, like e.g. graphs and meters and present the data to the user.
This page lists the available sinks in the TiePie engineering Multi Channel oscilloscope software.|
|Logging data||How to use a TiePie engineering oscilloscope as a data logger.|
|Exporting data||How to export data and information about the supported file formats.|
|Saving images||To be able to use data displayed in a graph in reports or presentations or other applications,
graphs can be saved as images in the TiePie engineering Multi Channel oscilloscope software.|
|Settings||To configure the Multi Channel oscilloscope software to personal preferences and requirements,
many settings in various categories are available.|
|Hotkeys||An overview of the hotkeys used in the Multi Channel oscilloscope software.|
|Standard measurements||An overview of the standard measurements, available in the meter and cursors.|
|Files||How the Multi Channel oscilloscope software uses various file types to load and store data and settings.
|Command line options||An overview of the command line options in the Multi Channel oscilloscope software|