I have a question about operating the Agilent 33250A 80 MHz Waveform Generator. I'll be triggering the function generator from a remote interface (GPIB).The triggered burst mode seems like exactly what I need, however I would like to be able to trigger a few different waveforms over the course of the experimental sequence, and not just one specified waveform each time a trigger is received. I see in the manual that the function generator has up to 5 storage locations in non-volatile memory to store instrument states. I was wondering, are these accessible via the triggered burst mode? Meaning could I store a few different wave forms and remotely trigger different ones in the triggered burst mode? I would greatly appreciate any guidance or suggestions.