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Host GUI Development

A manufacturing application, including data acquisition,
real-tim DSP sofware, and host software GUI


Signalogic frequently creates application-specific Host GUI Development software, designed for specific purposes. Examples include Manufacturing System Control, Audio Processor multichannel system, DSP Test and Diagnostic System (DSTADS) used by major telecom companies, real-time DSP-based Audio Advertisement Recognition, and more. Additional Host GUI Development software examples includes Function Generator, Digital Multimeter, Digital Oscilloscope, and Spectrum Analyzer instruments.


Examples of application-specific implementations of Host GUI Development software include:

Audio content Recognition System GUI, with
waveform diagnostic display shown

Audio content Recognition System GUI, with
statistics view screen shown

Example virtual instruments designed and
implemented at Signalogic.
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Audio processing control system host GUI designed
at Signalogic.

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Functional/automated test system host GUI designed
at Signalogic.

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Acoustic/audio development system host GUI designed at Signalogic.
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Application Level Development

Host GUI Development options include application level, Active, and virtual instruments which can use any of the 100+ types of DSP/acquisition hardware supported by Signalogic. Host GUI Development provide customers with DSP-based, ultra-low-cost, off-the-shelf functionality comparable to much more expensive alternatives. Because of the wide variety of hardware supported, such low-cost choices as DSP-based sound cards or DSP vendor EVM boards are possible.

Signalogic uses Host GUI Development code and libraries as a base, or starting-point, for custom DSP systems which require application-specific GUI (graphical user-interface). This provides a rapid-prototype advantage for Signalogic in creating turn-key DSP software/hardware systems, based on customer requirements.
  • Digital Multimeter (DMM)
  • Tech Edition User Interface Features
  • Host GUI Development instruments are created at Signalogic using the Visual Basic interface provided by the DirectDSP® software package. Using Visual Basic as the programming language has allowed Signalogic to build powerful instruments with a minimum of code, using re-usable components and code drop-ins. This approach leads to greater reliability and straightforward future expansion, and is another example of the depth and range of DSP application knowledge that separates Signalogic from its competitors.