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Design digital signal processing systems in Collimator

The transition to Software Defined Radios is accelerating and companies are already saving millions from the transition from hardware prototyping to software simulation. Staying ahead now requires even more - using large datasets from the real world to train AI and ML, augmenting the training with synthetic data, simulating test cases over millions or even billions of runs, and running predictive models on signals. Can your desktop software keep up? Collimator can.

Collimator provides a unified environment to design, simulate, test, and continuously upgrade signal processing systems in a world where synthetic and real-world data, and AI/ML are used to reduce development risks and bring products to market faster. Try Collimator today to:

Design signal processing systems using a block diagram or Python environment

Use AI and ML tools to design your system or predict in-field performance

Analyze and process signals using an integrated toolkit for signal processing

Run millions of simulations of systems virtually before implementing in hardware

Call external libraries and models like Signal, Scipy, Numpy directly within Collimator

Compare real-world operation with virtual operations in real-time, continuously

Collimator is by far the best modeling and simulation software that I have used. Using the block diagrams that Collimator provides has allowed me to simplify my code and shift the time I was spending writing convoluted scripts back to my research!
R&D Researcher, Control Systems
Collimator is head and shoulders above the rest. I’ve found modeling to be very easy and straightforward. I’ve also saved a bunch of time and money while running my simulations. The same simulations that would take hours to run on my local PC run in minutes.
Control Systems Engineer, Consumer Electronics
Collimator proved to be the best solution for me because of how easy it was to get data from our back end, use that to create synthetic data, and then move that data into my neural net for training.
Automation Engineer, Technology Startup
It is amazing to use Python, run on a web browser and collaborate on the cloud […] This is undoubtedly 10x better than what I've used before!
GNC Engineer, Aerospace and Defense Manufacturing

Design signal processing systems

Model your signal processing systems the way that you are most comfortable using our no code block diagram environment or our Python environment

Design digital signal processing systems in Collimator

Analyze system performance

Use custom built functions to analyze signal parameters (e.g., magnitude, phase, response time, stability, linearity), filter signals (e.g., low pass & high pass filters, FIR and IIR filters), and transform signals from the time domain (e.g., fourier, wavelet, hilbert transforms)

Call external libraries and models

Call functions from any open source library (e.g., Signal, Scipy, Numpy) or run your own external code directly within Collimator

Use AI and ML tools

Import trained neural networks from open source AI and ML packages (e.g., Tensorflow and Pytorch) to seamlessly generate synthetic data or design, simulate and validate performance of signal processing systems

Run millions of simulations 

Automatically run HPC simulations in parallel on the cloud with one click and without worry that system memory will be a bottleneck

Compare real-world operation with virtual operations

Import data into Collimator, compare the real-world response to the simulated data, export data back to your data warehouse for storage or to your neural network for additional training

Top reasons why engineers choose Collimator

Python First

Collimator is Python-based, so you have access to open-source libraries like Numpy, Tensorflow, and Pytorch. Convert Python code into C automatically using our system designer software

Cloud Based

Our software design tool’s High-Performance Compute (HPC) lets you run millions of test cases, test various scenarios, and simulate conditions difficult or expensive to reproduce in the real world

Team Collaboration

Design system software in multi-player mode, with no more miscommunications. Collimator increases output by 10x when you’re collaboratively designing various elements of a large system

Simple Pricing

We have simple, easily understood plans for users ranging from small teams to large enterprises. With our free plan, students can try Collimator at no cost

Integrated AI & ML Tools

Because our software designing tool is built in Python, your users can easily import AI and ML tools like Pytorch, Thane and Keras and use them to test and perfect your system design

Real-time Data Streaming

The more data you have, the better. Our system designer software uses data from various sources to represent situations that will inform and improve your overall system

Discover how the most innovative companies in the world are using Collimator today

Frequently Asked Questions

What is software systems design?

Software systems design is the process of outlining and building the different components of a software while ensuring that data is sent and received efficiently through the software as a whole.

What tools are used for system design?

System design tools provide an interface for system designers to manage their systems in a standardized way. Ideal system design tools will feature intuitive component drag & drop, easy team collaboration, management of version control and seamless integration with developer tools.

Which app is used for system design?

There are many apps that users turn to to meet their system design needs. System Composers by Matlab/Simulink, Ansys SCADE, and Collimator are all great tools for system design across various fields.

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