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Time Delay Spectrometry Processing Using Standard Hardware Platforms

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The processing power today available on portable computer platforms is now so far advanced that it is no longer necessary to use dedicated digital signal processing platforms for the intensive analysis required in Time Delay Spectrometry. Moving the processing from a dedicated platform onto a standard personal computer becomes possible with the TDS technology realized in a measurement and post-processing software instead. It also opens the way for more information to be extracted from a measurement after it had been made. Care must still be taken in the choice of the data gathering system, as timing between input and output data samples is critical.

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