Electronic circuit simulation uses mathematical models to replicate the behavior of an actual electronic device or circuit. The output of these simulations can be analyzed with impulse in many ways. Analyze simulations of analog and digital systems: systemC (VCD, TAB, SCV); Verilog, VHDL (VCD, eVCD, LXT2, VZT, FST); Spice (HSpice, NanoSim, Spice3)
Embedded system complexity is constantly growing and high-level languages like java take more and more space in this area. Impulse can help developers to improve visibility of what is going on inside.
Impulse charts build a new dimension of displaying signals and signal related informations. Charts can be extended and configured in many ways. You can define your own charts or integrated existing chart tools.
Scripts allow the users to generate, analyze and interpret signals in many ways. Combine signals using mathematical operations, generate references, implement protocol parsers, extract statistical informations or search for conflicts automatically.