The user-friendly graphical user interface (GUI) of OptiInstrument 3.0 Software is shown in Fig. 1. It is a standalone tool that can be used to communicate and control different kinds of instruments. OptiInstrument uses the standard commands for programmable instruments (SCPI) to communicate physically or remotely with instruments. The tool uses standard communication interfaces such as TCP/IP, USB, GPIB, or a serial port (RS232/RS485). Users can load lists of SCPI commands from XML files or write individual commands to control the instrument(s). The commands appear in a tree configuration. A single command or a sequence of commands can be executed by OptiInstrument. A Python script can be generated for the SCPI commands, saved, loaded and executed by OptiInstrument or in a Python environment. OptiInstrument GUI has a built-in viewer and CSV file analysis window. The GUI supports dock-able windows that can be split of the main GUI or placed anywhere in the GUI. OptiInstrument is ideal for automated testing and characterisation.
OptiInstrument software version 3.0 does not require the user to install python software on his computer. A directory with required python and plotting directories are embedded and offered as part of the installer of OptiInstrument software.
|Product Series||Optiwave Photonic Design Automation Software|
|System Compatibility||MS Windows|
|Industry||Carriers, Service and Content Providers, Government and Defence Communications, Aerospace and Defence, Optical Equipment Manufacturing (OEM), Photonics, Research, Mining, Off-shore and Remote, Transportation, Utilities|
|Applications||Design and Simulation of Opto-Electronic Circuits at the Transistor Level, Signal Integrity Analysis of Opto-electronic Circuits, Including Eye Diagram Analysis with BER Patterns|
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