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Downloadable Spectrum Anaylzers

There was a time that the analysis of spectral composition whether it is an electrical, acoustic or optical waveform was done using a large machine similar to those used in a recording studio.

These days, computers and other machines can do the same by simply downloading the software. Here a few examples of those readily available.

1. If the person at home is using either Windows2000 or XP, the program called Spectrogram 14 can offer a spectrum analyzer scope display in real time for any source that is connected to the sound card.

This in turn allows the user to download songs so this can be played back later on with clarity for easy listening. The software can also be used to analyze biological and bat echolocation sounds as well as the identification of human speech.

2. An older program that can also be downloaded is the DL4YHF Audio Spectrum Analyzer. This was already out in the market even before windows came out using the DOS system. To be able to keep up with the times, a digital version was launched.

This is better known these days as a specialized audio analyzer that can act as a data logger, filer and a frequency converter.

3. The OscilloMeter also known as Spectrum Analyzer 4.14 is another good choice. It comes with a frequency counter, noise and distortion meter, phase shift meter and a voltmeter. The only catch is that this has to be bought for $399.

4. The SpectraScope is something that will be very useful for the professional audio engineer or someone who is just a hi-fi enthusiast. The individual can listen to four different sounds simultaneously or separately for easy comparison.

It supports all Windows Operating systems and this can be downloaded for a free trial for just $30. People who like what it can do can buy the program later on.

5. TrueTRA, a company based in Tennessee has a similar program that is not that expensive. For less than $40, the person can buy the program and then use it to analyze sounds using the different meters it has.

Most of the downloadable spectrum analyzers are free. It doesn’t occupy a lot of space in the hard drive for this to work. The only thing needed is an Internet connection so this can be installed in a few minutes and the person can begin to use it.

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