V+ Basics

A visual program, called a design, is composed of objects and ports, connected via nets that are placed upon a worksheet. A typical design may consist of one or more worksheets. Each worksheet is represented in V+ as a separate window. The user draws the desired design using objects from an available inventory, and interconnects them via nets. Nets may be drawn from an output of an object to one or more inputs. Nets may be routed around corners (or anchors) and do not have to go directly to the destination.

Ports are grouped into I/O Devices, which are input/output objects connecting the design to real-world signals (such as RS-232, Ethernet, etc.). I/O devices are specific to a given platform.

The designer may rearrange the default order of execution for each object. Controls can be used to monitor real-time data, or to adjust constant (or static) data. Platforms dictate the inventory of objects available for design. Designs are portable across platforms, provided that the design contains objects that are common to both platforms.

Monitors are used to display data and provide a real-time visual feedback of data values located on nets. Controls are used to adjust static data in real-time that can be found in some objects, such as look-up tables, constants, etc.



Native Platform

I/O Devices

OS Compatibilities

Windows NT, 98-2000 & XP compatibilities


Amplitude Modulation

single sideband radios in V+


documents, software, V+ and WAV files

Sample V+ Designs

learn how V+ designs are used in a Beech 1900D simulator



related topics

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