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Old 06-04-2008, 07:36 PM
rickman
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Default Re: ANNOUNCE:-- TimingAnalyzer Free Version -- Draw timing diagrams

On Jun 2, 8:37 pm, timinganalyzer <[email protected]> wrote:
> On Jun 2, 5:40 pm, Andy Peters <[email protected]> wrote:
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> > On Jun 2, 5:58 am,timinganalyzer<[email protected]> wrote:

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> > > Hello All,

>
> > > TheTimingAnalyzercan be used to quickly and easily draw timing
> > > diagrams.
> > > Signals, clocks, buses, delays, constraints, and states are easily
> > > added
> > > from the GUI.

>
> > > It can also be used to quickly do a timing analysis and check for
> > > timing faults. Minimum, typical, and worst case analysis can be
> > > performed.
> > > Delays and constraints are easily specified and changed to see if
> > > faster
> > > clocks or slower parts can be used without any timing faults.

>
> > > There are 3 editions planned. The Free Edition(FE), the Standard
> > > Edition(SE),
> > > and the Professional Edition(PE).

>
> > > You can download the Free Edition now and read all about the
> > >TimingAnalyzerat:

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> > >www.timing-diagrams.com

>
> > > Comments and feedback are welcome at

>
> > > [email protected]

>
> > Hey, it's back!

>
> > It's good to see that this hasn't died. The commercial alternatives
> > are WAAAAAY too expensive.

>
> > -a

>
> Yes, it's alive and doing well, and yes the competition is expensive.
> TheTimingAnalyzerwill not be. I'm trying very hard to make it as
> easy as
> possible to use.
>
> Please feel free to request new features or suggest feature
> improvements.
>
> Regards,
> Dan


I installed the program and it ran once. But when I try to run it a
second time, it will not start. Any ideas?
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