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on Sep 27, 2007
on Oct 8, 2007 by marowley
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What is the rate or aquisition time for oscilloscope DSO-081204B to take waveform for averaging operation?
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Oct 8, 2007 1:50 PM
This question is truly very vague.
I assume â€œrateâ€ is defined as Waveform Update Rate
To answer this accurately there needs to be a better definition about the signal that needs to be averaged. There are many variables that will determine how long it will take the oscilloscope to finish averaging.
To name a few:
Memory depth needed?
Sample rate needed?
Input signal repetition rate or frequency?
How many averages are selected?
Horizotal timebase setting?
Waveform update rate
Fastest 4,800 waveforms/sec (memory depth: 64 pts, sampling: 10 GS/s, time/div: 50 ps,
connect dots: off, Sin (x)/x: off, color grade: off)
Nominal 800 waveforms/sec (memory depth: 1000 pts, sampling: 40 GS/s, time/div: 500 ps,
connect dots: on, Sin (x)/x: on, color grade: off)
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