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Justin Foster is a Senior Software Engineer at Prosig. Justin graduated from Southampton University in 1998 with a degree in Electrical Engineering. His interest in software development started at a young age programming on early 8-bit computers. Justin now mainly develops the DATS data acquisition software and custom applications.

Justin Foster is a Senior Software Engineer at Prosig. Justin graduated from Southampton University in 1998 with a degree in Electrical Engineering. His interest in software development started at a young age programming on early 8-bit computers. Justin now mainly develops the DATS data acquisition software and custom applications.

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Enabling Audio Playback in P8000 Acquisition Software

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It is possible to enable audio playback to listen to audible frequencies while recording or monitoring when using a P8000 and the V4 Acquisition software.

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DATS Multi Plane Balancing Tutorial (Part 4)

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DATS Multi Plane Balancing Tutorial (Part 3)

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DATS Multi Plane Balancing Tutorial (Part 2)

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DATS Multi Plane Balancing Tutorial (Part 1)

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How to set up scheduled data captures

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A video that explains how to set up the DATS Data Acquisition software to perform captures at specific, scheduled times.

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[Video] Disabling P8000 cooling fans during data capture

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Justin Foster (Prosig UK) explains how to set up the DATS software to switch off the P8000’s cooling fans during data capture. This can be important to reduce noise during capture of audio data.

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