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WSXM: A software for scanning probe microscopy and a tool for nanotechnology
The current hardware implementation incorporates a M67 board with a Servo16 module from Innovative Integration. See www.innovative-dsp.com
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17.At present the timing constant is set to with the hardware implementation shown in Fig. 2.
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In this work we briefly describe the most relevant features of WSXM, a freeware scanning probe microscopysoftware based on MS-Windows. The article is structured in three different sections: The introduction is a perspective on the importance of software on scanning probe microscopy. The second section is devoted to describe the general structure of the application; in this section the capabilities of WSXM to read third party files are stressed. Finally, a detailed discussion of some relevant procedures of the software is carried out.
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