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Drawing (electronic) timing diagrams

Posted December 1st, 2013 by dale

[Update: 2015-10-09]
Found an interesting, Java-based standalone tool (that I haven't tried yet) at:

[Updated 2015-01-08]
- The project has moved to:
- There is alive -on-line- editor that let's you experiment

I've periodically needed relatively simple timing diagrams for documentation of e.g. for triggering schemes for synchronizing sonars or the BGM3 gravity machine interface.

There are very nice (and not inexpensive) software tools out there that I've looked at but never purchased.

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