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Axis-scale/saving original data DSO-X 3034A

Question asked by Feli on Jan 31, 2017
Latest reply on Jan 31, 2017 by pat_white

Hello,

 

since I am currently writing my bachelor thesis, I need to work with the DSO-X 3034A.
My first run went good, but i noticed, that the data seems always to be round up/down to specific values.  I assume, that happens because it is giving me just the data displayed on the screen. Am i right? How can I save the original data (coming into the channel), since it is important for me to have more precise values. (I saved it as a .csv file without pressing stop, so I got 64516 datapoints. Some examples of the data are down below.)

 

My second question could be a bit obvious, but i have not found the answer anywhere and it is related to the question above: Is the x- and y-axis and the data-output scaled with the scale of the display?

 

-4.950024993812e-001, 1.21950e+000
-4.949869993503e-001, 1.19940e+000
-4.949714993194e-001, 1.21950e+000
-4.949559992884e-001, 1.21950e+000
-4.949404992575e-001, 1.21950e+000
-4.949249992266e-001, 1.21950e+000
-4.949094991956e-001, 1.19940e+000
-4.948939991647e-001, 1.21950e+000
-4.948784991337e-001, 1.21950e+000
-4.948629991028e-001, 1.19940e+000
-4.948474990719e-001, 1.21950e+000
-4.948319990409e-001, 1.21950e+000
-4.948164990100e-001, 1.21950e+000
-4.948009989791e-001, 1.21950e+000
-4.947854989481e-001, 1.21950e+000
-4.947699989172e-001, 1.21950e+000
-4.947544988862e-001, 1.21950e+000
-4.947389988553e-001, 1.21950e+000
-4.947234988244e-001, 1.21950e+000

 

Thank you for your help.

Felix

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