The software on this site was developed, and maintained, by Charles Hacker (HShakasoft@gmail.com).
The software was developed using Embarcadero RAD Studio (Delphi), on a MS-Windows 7 computer system.

The software is being provided as FreeWare.
No liability whatsoever for programs operation, use of the program, accuracy of the program, any loss of information, or anything else is accepted by the author.


WinLogiLab - A Computer-Based Teaching Suite for Digital Logic Design. WinLogiLab comprises of a set of tutorials that performs the design steps for digital Combinatorial and Sequential logic circuits.. 

RadDecay - Provides radioactive decay information for 497 Radionuclides. Data provided include the half life, radioactive daughter nuclides, decay chain series, probabilities per decay, and Decay product energies for alphas, betas, positrons, electrons, X-rays, and photons.

CircSchema - An easy to use electronic circuit schematic drawing application. The application can Draw, Save, Edit, Copy, and Print complete circuit diagrams.

SpiceCircuit - A graphical circuit entry and simulation application, using the professional NGSpice library (http://ngspice.sourceforge.net/) to perform the simulation.

GPS_Explorer - View, Modify, Create GPS Waypoints, Routes, and Tracks. Also Downloads and Uploads data to Magellan eXploristTM 100-200-300 models. Data can be sent to WebBroswer, for view in Google Maps.

AstralNav - A program for Celestial Navigation. Calculates the geographical position of a user, by Line of Positions (LOP). Also provides various astronomical data, such as that obtained from the Nautical Almanac, and includes a graphical star map of the sky.

- Rigol Oscilloscope WaveForm (WFM) Viewer: Application to Read, View, Manipulate, and Export data stored in Rigol oscilloscopes WFM file. The application has Zooming and Scrolling, Exporting to CSV and Image files, and is controlled by simulated buttons that are similar to the Rigol oscilloscope controls.  Supports the formats for RIGOL DS1000 and RIGOL DS2000 series osscillscopes.