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Scopy is a multi-functional software toolset with strong capabilities for signal analysis. If you are interested in some screen shots
Scopy for Windows
Scopy for Linux
Scopy for OSX
Scopy for Android
Scopy all platforms latest(nightly) builds
In order to have Scopy working with ADALM2000 please make sure that the Device Drivers are installed. A guide on this topic can be found in the section:
Once you downloaded the installer, run it and follow all the required steps. After completion, system reboot is required.
Before downloading and extracting the scopy-v1.1.1-Linux-flatpak.zip archive, you need to setup Flatpak using this setup guide for your Linux distribution.
For Ubuntu, you can use the following steps:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:alexlarsson/flatpak sudo apt update sudo apt install flatpak flatpak remote-add --if-not-exists flathub https://flathub.org/repo/flathub.flatpakrepo
After this, get the Scopy.flatpak file from the downloaded archive and run:
flatpak install scopy-v1.1.1-Linux-flatpak.flatpak
Double click the downloaded .dmg to make its content available. “Scopy” will show up in the Finder sidebar and a window showing the content should open up.
Drag the application from the .dmg window into Applications to install and wait for the process to finish.
Tap on the downloaded .apk file to start the installation process and proceed by hitting the “Install” button. Optionally, you may be warned that this application comes from unknown sources, hit the “Install anyway” button. Now, you can find “Scopy” together with your other apps.
In order to connect ADALM2000 to your device, you will need an OTG adapter that will mediate the connection between your device and the USB cable, as shown in the image below.
Run Scopy from the Desktop Shortcut / Start Menu / Installation Folder.
On Linux, you can also run it using:
flatpak run org.adi.Scopy
The Home view is divided into four sections:
If a compatible USB device is available it will be displayed in the Devices section.
To connect to that device click on the device and then click the Connect button in the Information Window.
If the connection was established, the device will have a green status line under it and you will be able to disconnect from it in the same Information Window.
To connect to a remote device click on the Plus icon. Enter the IP of the remote device into the Hostname field and click the Connect button. If a device can be detected at the IP you provided, the Connect button will change to an Add button and you can click on it to add the remote device to the list of detected devices.
Clicking the Forget Device button will remove the device from the list. Clicking the Identify button will make the device blink.
The save/load buttons can be used to save the current session or load another session. The preferences button will open the preferences for Scopy where different options for different tools can be modified.
Clicking the Reset Scopy button will reset the application to a default configuration.
Checking the user notes preference will enable a tool where the user can add different pages with html formatted text
Scopy interacts with only one hardware device at a time. Once a device is selected to be used with the application, a list of instruments that are available for that device will be enabled. Each instrument can be opened from the left menu. The icon on the right of the instrument name specifies that the instrument is enabled and provides a shortcut that allows an instrument to be turned on or off.
The instruments menu can be minimized by clicking on the Scopy button near the top-left window.
Scopy provides the detaching into multiple windows feature for each instrument available, providing a better view/manipulation.
There are 2 ways to do this:
Complete user guides on how to use each Scopy instrument:
User guide on how to use scripts with Scopy:
The source code for the entire application can be found on github.