The Open Instrumentation Project provides open source software for graphical user interface and control of computer-based lab instruments. Current instruments include an oscilloscope, waveform generator, CircuitGear, multimeter and network analyser.


  • Tcl/Tk User Interface
  • Oscillscope, Function Generator, Network Analyser

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  • Great software, thank you.

    1 user found this review helpful.
  • simple and straight forward to use

  • The version 1.13 on os-x distributed as app package now works smoothly. Thanks for keep on developing!

  • I have found a way to install this on 64bit Ubuntu. full details are here but if you just want a synopsis, use alien to import the 64 bit rpm package from here... ... their is a bug in alien which means you need to do some funky stuff, its all explained in the blog post. hope this helps!

  • This project is a rare species in the field of electrical engineering. Syscomp activly maintains a Linux port of their software. The have all of their own code open source. The binary *.so modules are actually open source too. You don't need them e.g. with openSUSE. In supporting this project, I have prepared RPM packages, that work without any precompiled binaries. See Buildservice creates them for i586 and x86_64 on the fly now. Probably even architecture independant.

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Intended Audience

Advanced End Users, Developers, Education

User Interface

Project is a user interface (UI) system, Tk

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