A free, GUI-based, digital and analog (mixed-signal) timing diagram drawing software for Windows 10 (and Linux via Wine
Intended primarily for documentation purposes, electronic hardware designers can use Waveme to draw a timing diagram,
and then export it to an image file (BMP, PNG, SVG or TIFF) or a PDF document.
Waveme can be used to draw waveforms, gaps, arrows, labels, value-lines and time axis (see attached images).
Both, digital and analog signals can be drawn.
Highly customizable, with a wealth of keyboard shortcuts.
Google group for questions, bug reports, feature requests, and general discussion:https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/waveme
Waveme is distributed as a 64-bit single-file executable, it doesn't require installation,
and there are no changes to the registry nor configuration files.
Please note that because it is an unsigned executable file, a browser will issue you a warning, and it might be flagged by antivirus programs.
Avoid false-positive, by always confirming with Google's www.virustotal.com
Hope you find it useful!