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On Wind tunnel study RiscPC turns up on telly:

Kingston University used software from a company called Si-Plan Electronics Research Ltd www.si-plan.com .

The software shown are:

!DPM applictation which shows any channel as a scaled and filter panel display. Display update on wimp poll.

!Display application (loaded on icon bar no windows open) which logs multiple channels. Logs can be made to a realtime display with configurable history length and to file at upto 1kHz sampling of all channels.

!WindTunnel application custom written for the Uni to control yaw and pitch of the object in the wind tunnel.

 is a RISC OS Userdaveward on 14/3/09 8:58AM
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