Downloads available for 64 bit CapsimTMK on MACOSX and Linux. Visit CapsimTMK.
The 64 Bit CapsimTMK (V6.1) Hierarchical C Based Block Diagram Simulation and Modeling Tool for DSP and Communications has been developed for the 64 Bit MSYS2(MINGW) Environment for running on the Windows 7 and 10 64 Bit Platforms. In addition, a wide range of applications in DSP, Communications, Speech Processing and Image Processing have been added as well as new blocks for Audio File (AIFF) and Image (TIFF) input and output.
A large number of Screen Shots are provided in the links above.
In addition to the availability of CapsimTMK (V6.1) on Windows 7 and 10, we have also developed and provide Java tools for plotting results, with emphasis on plots for DSP and Communications (IIPPlot). A key Java tool that we provide, automatically draws a block diagram of a topology from the text(ASCII) file description. Another Java tool assists in building C code Blocks for incorporation into Capsim.
Here is a screen shot for a digital communication links showing the Java Tools in action.
Also the IIR Digital Filter in Action:
Many more screen shots are available on the site.
Finally the latest 64 bit CapsimTMK (V6.1) has been ported and is fully operational on the MACOSX and Linux platforms. We will update the availability of the downloads on this blog.
We are in the process of developing a Java based Capsim Topology Drawing Application. We call it DrawTopology. With this tool, you can Graphically Visualize the Block Diagram. The tool will automatically create a graphical block diagram from a Capsim® text topology file. As you edit the text file adding blocks and connections in Capsm®TMK, you can save it and see your changes graphically in a Java Scrollable Window ( Automatically Generated from Text Topology File).
While we will not support graphical editing of the block diagram with this tool at this time (see Capsim® QT) it is a super efficiency enhancement tool working with Capsim®TMK.
Every once in a while I get a link to a white paper. In this case it was from Rhode & Schwartz and the topic is : “Fundamentals of RF Design”. This is a great paper. Highly recommended. It came through Microwave and RF. So here is the link:
Check it out.