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Genie 2000 Basic Spectroscopy Software is a comprehensive environment for data acquisition, display and analysis of gamma and alpha spectrometry data. It provides independent support for multiple detectors, extensive networking capabilities, an intuitive and interactive human interface and comprehensive batch procedure capabilities.
The full multitasking architecture of Genie 2000 software allows the software to run multiple independent count procedures for several detectors simultaneously. No procedure is suspended by the activation of another or caused to slow down excessively by software overhead. With Genie 2000 software, operation is fully independent.
The ability to manage multiple detectors independently and simultaneously is further enhanced by the designed-in network support. Genie 2000 applications on multiple computers can cooperate over a network to allow remote access and multiple access to acquisition hardware and other resources. A lab supervisor can examine a live acquisition taking place in the lab under control of another computer – and perform an analysis – without interrupting the procedure in progress.
In Genie 2000 software, acquisition and analysis capabilities are tightly integrated, providing an intuitive human interface and straightforward operation of the various applications. Through windowing screen management, graphical spectral display and analysis results can easily be positioned for quick comparisons.
Two human interface environments are provided with Genie 2000 software. The interactive human interface provides fully interactive operation of all system features. It allows the knowledgeable user access to any system function – usually with no more than two or three mouse clicks.
For dedicated, repetitive operation such as routine sample counting, Genie 2000 software supports a user programming environment for custom development and user interfaces. In this environment, the technician level operator can be guided step-by-step through system operations with a security system limiting access to qualified users as determined by the system administrator.