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The '''sigrok''' project aims at creating a '''portable, cross-platform, Free/Libre/Open-Source signal analysis software suite''' that supports various device types, such as [[Supported_hardware#Logic_analyzers|logic analyzers]], [[Supported_hardware#Mixed-signal_devices|MSOs]], [[Supported_hardware#Oscilloscopes|oscilloscopes]], [[Supported_hardware#Multimeters|multimeters]], [[Supported_hardware#LCR meters|LCR meters]], [[Supported_hardware#Sound_level_meters|sound level meters]], [[Supported_hardware#Thermometers|thermometers]], [[Supported_hardware#Hygrometers|hygrometers]], [[Supported_hardware#Anemometers|anemometers]], [[Supported_hardware#Light meters|light meters]], [[Supported_hardware#Dataloggers|dataloggers]], [[Supported_hardware#Function_generators|function generators]], [[Supported_hardware#Spectrum_analyzers|spectrum analyzers]], [[Supported_hardware#Power_supplies|power supplies]], [[Supported_hardware#GPIB_interfaces|GPIB interfaces]], and more.
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The '''sigrok''' project aims at creating a '''portable, cross-platform, Free/Libre/Open-Source signal analysis software suite''' that supports various device types (e.g. [[Supported hardware#Logic_analyzers|logic analyzers]], [[Supported hardware#Oscilloscopes|oscilloscopes]], and [[Supported hardware|many more]]).
  
It is licensed under the terms of the '''GNU GPL'''. Design goals and features include:
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It is licensed under the terms of the '''GNU GPL, version 3 or later'''. Design goals and features include:
  
 
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* '''Broad hardware support'''. Supports many different logic analyzers, oscilloscopes, multimeters, data loggers etc. from various vendors.
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* '''Broad hardware support'''. Supports [[Supported hardware|many different devices]] (logic analyzers, oscilloscopes, multimeters, data loggers etc.) from various vendors.
* '''Cross-platform'''. Works on [[Linux]], [[Mac OS X]], [[Windows]], and [[FreeBSD]] (and on x86, ARM, Sparc, PowerPC, ...).
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* '''Cross-platform'''. Works on [[Linux]], [[Mac OS X]], [[Windows]], [[FreeBSD]], [[OpenBSD]], [[NetBSD]], [[Android]] (and on x86, ARM, Sparc, PowerPC, ...).
 
* '''Scriptable protocol decoding'''. Extendable with stackable [[protocol decoders]] written in Python 3.
 
* '''Scriptable protocol decoding'''. Extendable with stackable [[protocol decoders]] written in Python 3.
* '''File format support'''. Supports various [[Input output formats|input/output file formats]] (binary, ASCII, hex, CSV, gnuplot, [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Value_change_dump VCD], ...).
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* '''File format support'''. Supports various [[Input output formats|input/output file formats]] (binary, ASCII, hex, CSV, gnuplot, [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Value_change_dump VCD], WAV, ...).
* '''Reusable code'''. Consists of the [[libsigrok]] and [[libsigrokdecode]] shared libraries which can be used by various frontends/GUIs.
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* '''Reusable libraries'''. Consists of the [[libsigrok]] and [[libsigrokdecode]] shared libraries which can be used by various frontends/GUIs.
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* '''Various frontends'''. [[PulseView]] (LA GUI), [[sigrok-meter]] (DMM GUI), [[sigrok-cli]] (command-line), and other frontends all build upon the above libraries.
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'''You can use sigrok to...'''
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* ...log data from your multimeter
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* ...have a $10 logic analyzer for examining logic circuits
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* ...have a remote GUI for your oscilloscope
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* ...perform measurements on signals
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* ...make sense of digital signals with protocol decoders
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* ...write custom protocol decoders in python
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* ...remote-control your power supply
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* ...remote-control whatever lab device you'd like to support
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* ...write a quick-n-dirty automation tool for your particular needs
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* ...have a framework/frontend for your home-made devices
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* '''2012-06-17:''' [[News#2012.2F06.2F17_sigrok_developer_blog|sigrok developer blog]]
 
* '''2012-05-30:''' [[News#2012.2F05.2F30_sigrok-cli_0.3.1_released|sigrok-cli 0.3.1 released]]
 
* '''2012-05-30:''' [[News#2012.2F05.2F30_libsigrok_0.1.1_released|libsigrok 0.1.1 released]]
 
* '''2012-05-18:''' [[News#2012.2F05.2F18_sigrok-dumps_0.1.0_released|sigrok-dumps 0.1.0 released]]
 
 
See also: [[Current events]].
 
See also: [[Current events]].
 
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* [[Supported_hardware#Logic_analyzers|Logic analyzers]] ([[Logic analyzer comparison|comparison]])
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[[Supported_hardware#Logic_analyzers|Logic analyzers]] &middot; [[Supported_hardware#Mixed-signal_devices|Mixed-signal devices]] &middot; [[Supported_hardware#Oscilloscopes|Oscilloscopes]] &middot; [[Supported_hardware#Multimeters|Multimeters]] &middot; [[Supported_hardware#LCR meters|LCR meters]] &middot; [[Supported_hardware#Sound_level_meters|Sound level meters]] &middot; [[Supported_hardware#Thermometers|Thermometers]] &middot; [[Supported_hardware#Hygrometers|Hygrometers]] &middot; [[Supported_hardware#Anemometers|Anemometers]] &middot; [[Supported_hardware#Light meters|Light meters]] &middot; [[Supported_hardware#Energy meters|Energy meters]] &middot; [[Supported_hardware#DAQs|DAQs]] &middot; [[Supported_hardware#Dataloggers|Dataloggers]] &middot; [[Supported_hardware#Tachometers|Tachometers]] &middot; [[Supported_hardware#Scales|Scales]] &middot; [[Supported_hardware#Digital_loads|Digital loads]] &middot; [[Supported_hardware#Function_generators|Function generators]] &middot; [[Supported_hardware#Frequency_counters|Frequency counters]] &middot; [[Supported_hardware#RF receivers|RF receivers]] &middot; [[Supported_hardware#Spectrum_analyzers|Spectrum analyzers]] &middot; [[Supported_hardware#Power_supplies|Power supplies]] &middot; [[Supported_hardware#GPIB_interfaces|GPIB interfaces]]
* [[Supported_hardware#Mixed-signal_devices|Mixed-signal devices]] ([[Mixed-signal device comparison|comparison]])
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* [[Supported_hardware#Oscilloscopes|Oscilloscopes]] ([[Oscilloscope comparison|comparison]])
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See also: [[:Category:Device comparison|Device comparisons]], [[Device cables]], [[Multimeter ICs]], [[Connection parameters]]
* [[Supported_hardware#Multimeters|Multimeters]] ([[Multimeter comparison|comparison]], [[Device_cables#Multimeters|cables]])
 
* [[Supported_hardware#LCR meters|LCR meters]] ([[LCR meter comparison|comparison]])
 
* [[Supported_hardware#Sound_level_meters|Sound level meters]] ([[Sound level meter comparison|comparison]], [[Device_cables#Sound_level_meters|cables]])
 
* [[Supported_hardware#Thermometers|Thermometers]] ([[Thermometer comparison|comparison]])
 
* [[Supported_hardware#Hygrometers|Hygrometers]] ([[Hygromometer comparison|comparison]])
 
* [[Supported_hardware#Anemometers|Anemometers]] ([[Anemometer comparison|comparison]])
 
* [[Supported_hardware#Light meters|Light meters]] ([[Light meter comparison|comparison]])
 
* [[Supported_hardware#Dataloggers|Dataloggers]] ([[Datalogger comparison|comparison]])
 
* [[Supported_hardware#Function_generators|Function generators]] ([[Function generator comparison|comparison]])
 
* [[Supported_hardware#Spectrum_analyzers|Spectrum analyzers]] ([[Spectrum analyzer comparison|comparison]])
 
* [[Supported_hardware#Power_supplies|Power supplies]] ([[Power supply comparison|comparison]])
 
* [[Supported_hardware#GPIB_interfaces|GPIB interfaces]] ([[GPIB interface comparison|comparison]])
 
 
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[[Linux]] &middot; [[Mac OS X]] &middot; [[Windows]] &middot; [[FreeBSD]] &middot; [[Input output formats]] &middot; [[Protocol decoders]] &middot; [[Probe comparison]] &middot; [[GPIB]] &middot; [[Logo]] &middot; [[Press]]
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[[Building]] &middot; [[Linux]] &middot; [[Mac OS X]] &middot; [[Windows]] &middot; [[FreeBSD]] &middot; [[OpenBSD]] &middot; [[NetBSD]] &middot; [[Android]] &middot; [[Embedded]] &middot; [[Getting started]] &middot; [[Input output formats]] &middot; [[Protocol decoders]] &middot; [[Probe comparison]] &middot; [[GPIB]] &middot; [[Logo]] &middot; [[Press]]
 
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[[libsigrok]] &middot; [[libsigrokdecode]] &middot; [[sigrok-cli]] &middot; [[sigrok-qt]] &middot; [[PulseView]] &middot; [[sigrok-gtk]] &middot; [[fx2lafw]] &middot; [[gpibgrok]] &middot; [[fx2grok]] &middot; [[Firmware]] &middot; [[Example dumps]]
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[[libserialport]] &middot; [[libsigrok]] &middot; [[libsigrokdecode]] &middot; [[sigrok-cli]] &middot; [[PulseView]] &middot; [[sigrok-meter]] <!-- &middot; [[sigrok-qt]] &middot; [[sigrok-gtk]] --> &middot; [[fx2lafw]] &middot; [[gpibgrok]] &middot; [[fx2grok]] &middot; [[fpgalafw]] &middot; [[Firmware]] &middot; [[Example dumps]]
 
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Mailing lists: [https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/sigrok-devel sigrok-devel] ([http://news.gmane.org/gmane.comp.debugging.sigrok.devel archive]), [https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/sigrok-commits sigrok-commits] ([http://sourceforge.net/mailarchive/forum.php?forum_name=sigrok-commits archive]) &middot; IRC: [irc://chat.freenode.net/sigrok #sigrok]
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Mailing list: [https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/sigrok-devel sigrok-devel] (archives: [https://www.mail-archive.com/sigrok-devel@lists.sourceforge.net/ MA], [https://sourceforge.net/p/sigrok/mailman/sigrok-devel/ SF], [http://news.gmane.org/gmane.comp.debugging.sigrok.devel Gmane]) &middot; IRC: [http://webchat.freenode.net/?channels=%23sigrok&uio=MT1mYWxzZQ9a #sigrok@freenode] &middot; Twitter: [https://twitter.com/sigrokproject @sigrokproject] &middot; Google+: [https://plus.google.com/communities/109843678338531936878 sigrok community]
 
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[[Developers]] &middot; [http://sigrok.org/gitweb/ Browse source code] &middot; [http://sigrok.org/bugzilla/ Bug tracker] &middot; [[Protocol decoder HOWTO]] &middot; [[Protocol decoder API]] &middot; [[Formats and structures]] &middot; [[Hardware driver API]] &middot; [[Input API]] &middot; [[Output API]] &middot; [[TODO]]
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[[Developers]] &middot; [[Roadmap]] &middot; [//sigrok.org/api/index.html API docs] ([//sigrok.org/api/libserialport/unstable/index.html sp] &middot; [//sigrok.org/api/libsigrok/unstable/index.html sr]/[//sigrok.org/api/libsigrok/unstable/bindings/cxx/index.html cxx]/[//sigrok.org/api/libsigrok/unstable/bindings/python/index.html py]/[//sigrok.org/api/libsigrok/unstable/bindings/java/index.html java] &middot; [//sigrok.org/api/libsigrokdecode/unstable/index.html srd]) &middot; [//sigrok.org/gitweb/ Browse source code] ([https://github.com/sigrokproject GitHub mirror]) &middot; [//sigrok.org/bugzilla/ Bug tracker] &middot; [//sigrok.org/jenkins/ Jenkins] &middot; [[GSoC|Summer of Code]] &middot; [[Protocol decoder HOWTO]] &middot; [[Protocol decoder API]] &middot; [[Formats and structures]] &middot; [[Hardware driver API]] &middot; [[Portability]] &middot; [[TODO]]
 
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Latest revision as of 18:13, 23 August 2017

The sigrok project aims at creating a portable, cross-platform, Free/Libre/Open-Source signal analysis software suite that supports various device types (e.g. logic analyzers, oscilloscopes, and many more).

It is licensed under the terms of the GNU GPL, version 3 or later. Design goals and features include:

You can use sigrok to...

  • ...log data from your multimeter
  • ...have a $10 logic analyzer for examining logic circuits
  • ...have a remote GUI for your oscilloscope
  • ...perform measurements on signals
  • ...make sense of digital signals with protocol decoders
  • ...write custom protocol decoders in python
  • ...remote-control your power supply
  • ...remote-control whatever lab device you'd like to support
  • ...write a quick-n-dirty automation tool for your particular needs
  • ...have a framework/frontend for your home-made devices


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