Have you ever needed to compare a saved waveform to another waveform? Historically you may have needed to save a waveform on your oscilloscope, then load it on the same screen as a different waveform that you captured. GradientOne offers a new way to do this using your web browser.
GradientOne automatically stores waveforms and metadata when tests are run. So in addition to things like screenshots, test setups, and measurements, the raw waveform data, including times and voltages is stored.
While storing the screenshot gives the ability to view what the oscilloscope captured, storing the waveform data itself provides the ability to perform various measurements and analyses, including overlays.
In the video below, we show how you can compare waveforms using the overlay feature, use cursors (some engineers refer to these as rulers) to perform custom measurements, and use the integrated collaboration features to review with your teammates.
If you are interested in seeing for yourself, give the 14 day free trial a try, it is the best way to get familiar with some of the capabilities of the product.