Xwave displays simulation results graphically as waveforms in an X-window display. The aesthetics and contents of the display are controllable by the user. Areas of interest can be examined in greater detail by using pan and zoom functions. Markers (reference points) can be placed on the display in order to measure edge positions or intervals (deltas) between edges. A PostScript description can be generated and printed for documentation. In addition, Xwave preferences and/or display parameters can be saved and retrieved in current or future Xwave sessions.
To find out more about Xwave, view our paper from Async94 Tools for Validating Asynchronous Digital Circuits (in PostScript).