Latest updates


20 October 17
Update 6.05

09 October 17
Update 7.20

02 October 17
Update 8.13

28 September 17
Update 5.12

22 September 17
Update 9.01

29 June 17
New version 9

02 June 17
Update 8.12

18 May 17
Update 7.19

28 February 17
8.11b Now with improved export to MatLab; no other changes

15 February 17
Update 07

08 February 17
Update 8.11b

01 February 17
Corrected reading of code values from Marker channels

01 February 17
Update 8.11a

19 January 17
Update 8.11

10 November 16
Update 8.10a

21 October 16
Improvements for the Power-3A.

21 October 16
Improvements for the Power-3A.

21 October 16
Corrections to the previous version.

21 October 16
Release 2 of update 3

20 October 16
Update 06

04 October 16
The installer has been improved; there is no change to the MatLab support.

04 October 16
6.05 The installer has been improved; there is no change to Signal itself.

05 September 16
Extended to include the Power-3A.

02 September 16
Update 8.10

12 August 16
Update 6.04

11 August 16
  • CEDS64TicksToSecs was not handling errors correctly.

  • CEDS64ReadExtMarks and CEDS64WriteExtMarks did not handle AdcMark data with multiple traces (stereotrode and tetrode data) correctly.

  • The library documentation has been updated.

19 July 16
Update 8.09b

27 June 16
Errors corrected in the use of CEDS64SecsToTicks for arrays

23 June 16
Update 8.09a

13 June 16
Update 8.09

20 April 16
Update 7.18

14 April 16
Now handles the new, extended format, .smrx data files generated by Spike2 version 8

04 April 16
Update 8.08

11 December 15
Update 3

09 December 15
Update 8.07

19 November 15
Update 06

19 November 15
Update 6.03c

18 September 15
Update 8.06a

26 August 15
Update 8.06

24 August 15
Update 7.17

21 August 15
Update 6.03b

11 August 15
Update 6.03a

24 June 15
Update 8.05

13 July 15
Update 6.03

20 April 15
Update 8.04a

26 March 15
Update 8.04

20 March 15
  • The library is now updated to match the son64.dll shipped with Spike2 8.04.

  • You can now write to .smr files created with the library; previously you could only write to .smrx files

27 January 15
Update 8.03b

21 January 15
Update 7.16

05 January 15
Update 8.03a

02 December 14
Update 8.03

02 December 14
Try1401 includes support for the 4001-03 ADC-16 topbox

02 December 14
Try1401 includes support for the 4001-03 ADC-16 topbox

25 September 14
Update 6.18

12 September 14
Update 5.12

09 September 14
Update 8.02e

05 September 14
Update 7.15

27 August 14
Update 8.02d

08 August 14
Update 6.05

18 July 14
Update 7.14

18 July 14
Update 8.02c

07 July 14
Update 8.02b

02 July 14
Update 8.02a

20 June 14
Update 8.02

30 April 14
Update 05

30 April 14
Update 05

19 March 14
Update 6.01a

17 March 14
Update 6.01

06 March 14
Update 8.01c

28 February 14
Update 8.01b

27 February 14
Update 7.13

24 February 14
Update 8.01a

17 February 14
Update 8.01

05 February 14
Update 5.10

23 January 14
Update 4.11

15 January 14
Update 2 - supported in Spike2 8.01

03 December 13
New version 8

03 December 13
New version 6

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