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USB 2.0 high rate transmission, USB powered, no additional power required, plug and play.
Supports for Win XP/7/8/10, both 32-bit and 64-bit version. Automatic recognition and installation of the drivers on for Win 8.1/10 systems.
The software supports screens with high DPI (with the exception of Vista system), to have the best graphic definition also on high-resolution displays.
Normal and Single Trigger can be performed by the hardware at all sampling rates to analyze aperiodic signals.
Real-time acquisition and display of signal data from two independent channels.
The waveform can be recorded and saved in a file, and the saved files can be played back and visualized at any time. The playback allows to play/pause the signal or jump to a specific time frame forward and backward.
Automatically measurement and display of multiple sets of statistics for both channels: maximum value, minimum value, average value, RMS, frequency, period, positive pulse width, negative pulse width, duty cycle, rise time, peak-to-peak value.
The waveform area can be arbitrarily enlarged and reduced to better observe the waveform details. A little window shows the current zoom position.
Possibility to take screen-shots of the current software interface and waveform window for later viewing and analysis.
It is possible to see the preview of the entire acquired data and to locate the position and size of the current selected area. It is convenient for fast moving through the data and to locate new areas of interest.
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Every now and then we, at Smartkeeda, come across questions like - "How to prepare for SBI PO exam?", "How to crack SSC CGL exam in first attempt?", "How clear IBPS PO exam in 60 days?", "Best way to prepare for SBI Clerk or IBPS Clerk exam?" A lot of students ask even more specific questions like - "How to secure cut off marks in SBI PO exam?", "How to score above 50% in IBPS PO Pre and Mains exams?", "How to gain a score above 500 in SSC CGL exam?"
Before we help you strategise, let us share a few key points that you must keep in mind as far as preparation for a competitive exam is concerned.
# 1A competitive exam is entirely different from your academic exams.
# 2To secure a seat/job through a competitive exam you need not be Super-intelligent.
# 3Smart work is better than hard work.
Now, we would like to discuss the steps you need to follow to crack your desired exam.
The day you decide to start your preparation for an exam, you must take a Full length Computer based or Online Mock test imagining it to be a real one.
This helps you understand three key things -
1st. Your current level of preparation
2nd. The level of preparation required and
3rd. The gap you need to bridge to be one among many successful candidates of the exams like SBI PO, IBPS PO, SBI Clerk, IBPS Clerk, LIC AAO, IBPS RRB Officer Scale 1 or IBPS RRB Office Assistant, RBI Assistant, SSC CGL Tier 1 and Tier 2, SSC 10+2, etc.
At times, a great number of students are seen advocating the 'covering the entire syllabus', some even get stuck to the most irrelevant topics for a particular exam.
Do keep the fact in mind that every exam is different and so are its syllabus and pattern. Once you finish taking a Mock Test as suggested above, sit back and make a list of the topics which have higher weight-age or importance than the others. You, therefore, need not always cover the entire syllabus to be able to clear the exam. Instead, you just need to be smart enough to gain command over the number of topics that frequently get featured with high weight-age in a particular exam.
For instance if you are preparing for SBI PO or IBPS PO exam the topics like English language Comprehension Test, Spotting Errors, Para-jumbled Sentences and Cloze test are high value topics while the topics like Idioms and Phrases, One Word Substitutions, Synonyms & Antonyms, Active and Passive Voice, Direct Indirect Sentences are of extreme importance if you are aiming at SSC CGL exam.
A lot of questions, though not all, are there in a competitive exam that can be solved applying a shortcut or intuitive approach. You, therefore, need to enhance your level of awareness. Whenever you attempt a question or set of questions while practising at home, try finding the shortest possible ways to reach the correct answers.
Revision of the 'High Value topics' is the key to success in competitive exams. It is the differentiating factor between a successful candidate and an unsuccessful one. If we keep learning new topics every day without revising the already learnt ones we tend to forget them and end up learning nothing. Therefore, you are required to make a habit of revising a concept you start or try to learn afresh. Keep it in practice to solve or attempt questions from a particular topic almost twice a week till you gain command over it.
Once you become sure of a good number of topics, start taking an Online Mock test every 4th day.