Free evaluation versions of our software can be downloaded. These evaluation executables are only valid for 1 year for all main executables and 3 months for all widgets. However the download packages are regularly updated and can be actualized free of charge. Their functionality of our evaluation software is limited. You must agree to the license terms included to your software package before using and installing the software.
The evaluation version of BeSpice Wave contain binaries, documentation and examples. It is available as:
- Compressed folder for Windows. The compressed folder contains BeSpice Wave and the BeSpice Wave Widget (32 and 64 bit version). Several example show how the widget can be used in any Win32, Qt, Tk, wxWidgets or Python application.
- Installer for Windows. BeSpice Wave and the Windows Widget (32 and 64 bit version) will be installed.
- Installer for MacOs. It contains BeSpice Wave build using LGPL Qt libraries.
- Compressed archive for Linux. The archive contains the main BeSpice Wave application built using LGPL Qt libraries.
- Compressed folder for ARM 32 Linux.
Evaluation Software Limitations
The evaluation versions of BeSpice Wave have the following limitations:
- Only spice3 raw and CSV (comma separated values) files can be parsed. Spice3 files are generated by open source simulators such as ngspice. However commercial simulators also allow to generate output files in this format. Check your simulators user guide for the corresponding options.
- CSV files can also be separated by other characters such as semicolon, spaces or tab characters. They are used by many applications.
Multi dimensional CSV files can only be parsed by our commercial versions.
- Post processing is only available in our commercial versions.
- The browser of the evaluation version of our software is not configurable. It doesn’t allow to apply filters.
- Annotations are not available in the evaluation version.
Licenses and credits
Analog Flavor software makes use of open source software. The following software libraries and tools are used:
- The wxWidgets Toolkit is published under the wxWindows Library Licence. For details see http://http://www.wxwidgets.org/.
- The QT cross platform UI framework is available under the GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL). For more details see http://qt-project.org. A copy of the LGPL license is included in your software package. Please contact our support to receive the sources that were used to compile the Qt version used for your software package.
- Information on Scintilla (Copyright by Neil Hodgson) is available at http://www.scintilla.org.
- Boost Math is published under the Boost Software License. For more details see http://www.boost.org.
- The Python programming language is published by the Python Software Foundation under an open source license. See http://www.python.org/ for details.
- The Tcl/Tk programming language is published under a BSD-style open source license. See http://www.tcl.tk for more details.
- The SQL database engine Sqlite has been dedicated to the public domain by the authors. For more details see http://sqlite.org.
- Cmake is used for generating makefiles for different platforms and compilers. For details see http://www.cmake.org.
- A part of the Analog Flavor documentation is created using doxygen. For more details see http://www.stack.nl/~dimitri/doxygen.html.
- The xml parser library TinyXML is used for parsing all xml files. For more details see http://www.grinninglizard.com/tinyxml/index.html.
- The BeSpice Waveform Parser can be extended to read seismic recordings in SEED format. Therefore it makes use of the miniSEED library which is published by the Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology (IRIS) under the GNU Lesser General Public License (LGPL). A copy of the LGPL license is included in your software package. See http://seiscode.iris.washington.edu/projects/libmseed for more details. Please contact our support to receive a copy of the library.
- The BeSpice Waveform Parser can be extended to read FST and LXT waveform formats. These formats have been developed for GTKwave. The extension uses the GTKwave’s waveform parsers. Visit http://gtkwave.sourceforge.net for more information.
- We use the zlib to compress data. For more information see the zlib website.
- MATLAB® is a product from The MathWorks, Inc., Natick, Massachusetts, United States.
- Octave is a open source numerical computing environment.
- The PCRE library is used to parse regular expressions. See http://www.pcre.org/ for more information about the library.
- Our Easy LV|HV control software uses the SNMP protocol and the Net-SNMP library to access the MPOD crates over an Ethernet connection.