Brüel & Kjær - Version Type 7789 - Pulse Time Software
Allows you to listen to time data recordings and select portions of the recorded signals for post-processing analysis. Import, edit and inspect the recordings prior to analysing or exporting them. Edited recordings can be analysed by opening PULSE Time in a running PULSE LabShop project.
- Import, export, inspection and editing of PULSE time-data recordings (*.dat, *.pti), Universal File Format (*.uff), Time Data Format (*.tdf), Wave (*.wav), TEAC (*.hdr), MATLAB (*.mat), Head Acoustics (*.hdf) and I-deas Time (*.ati) files
- Enables you to listen to any part of the time-data recording
- Enables you to focus post-analysis on a particular part of a time-data recording
- Enables you to re-sample and scale the dynamic range of your time-data
- Accesses data from disk, handling very large files without exhausting computer memory
- Allows you to inspect multiple signals, in both overview and edit panes
- Allows you to listen to the full signal, or selected tracks and ranges
- Allows you to select/crop a time range and select individual signals for further analysis with any PULSE LabShop measurement project
PULSE Time Type 7789 allows you to listen to time data recordings or to select portions of the recorded signals for post-analysis. Import, edit and inspect the recordings prior to analysis as well as export them. PULSE LabShop lets you analyse an edited recording by opening PULSE Time in a running project.
Import/Export & Editing of time data
With PULSE Time you can import time data from PULSE Data Recorder Type 7708 (*.dat, *.pti), and I-deas Time (*.ati) files or from 3rd party formats like Universal File Format (*.uff), Time Data Format (*.tdf), Wave (*.wav), TEAC (*.hdr), MATLAB (*.mat) and Head Acoustics (*.hdf) files.
The imported files are automatically converted into native PULSE Time Files (*.pti) format and made ready for use in PULSE LabShop for playback. During import you can select which signals you want to be available for editing and made ready for analysis in PULSE LabShop.
PULSE Time allows you as well to export PULSE Time *.pti Files into any of the 3rd party formats. During export you can re-sample your data, e.g. to your sound card’s sample frequency, and scale the dynamic range to, e.g. a reference level like 94dB, for audio data comparison.
For data reduction purposes you can select that part of the recording that includes only the data of interest and save that into native PULSE time file (*.pti) for later use or archiving.
PULSE Time comes with a set of tools for inspecting the time data. You can select specific tracks for playback and listen to all or parts of them. Dedicated audio controls let you decide how to scale and stream the selected data to your PC’s sound card.
With the zoom tool you can inspect your data down to the individual time sample and/or define which part of the time file that you want to include in your analysis.
Analysis in PULSE LabShop is activated by a click of a button where the selected data automatically will be made ready for use. With the playback tool option, available with Type 7701 (part of 7708), you will be able to play back your data in LabShop and use any of its advanced real-time analysis tools.
PULSE Time Type 7789 requires basic analysis Type 7700/7770 or 7771 installed. For playback and post-analysis Type 7708 Time Data recorder option is required.