Besides the modifications, Inspector 2020.1 has new features like support for the Linear Regression as a First Order Analysis. Compared to other methods, the Linear Regression provides the best result as a 2 pass method, although it uses more computer resources. The updated Inspector also has a Transceiver configuration panel, that can now be fully conducted within the program and enables users to easily identify the valuable signals hidden in the noise. The incoming data frames to the Inspector now trigger Huracan based on selected options by the user. Some of the options are when receiving the first bit of the packet and after the end of a packet, with and without matching.
Some of the notable modifications is that Matlab was modified and instead of Import/Export option it now provides detailed instructions to our customers on how to use Inspector Java API from within Matlab. Inspector also no longer bundles Java API documentation but instead takes the user to the Oracle website for both online use and download options. Further, the launcher for the Inspector is now updated to a 64-bit binary.
As an addition to the modifications and new features, the new Inspector 2020.1 contains fixes for bugs and performance issues. To find out more about the updates in the Inspector check out the What’s New Brochure and the Release Notes.
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