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Can MSO6012 save several seconds of 100MHz datas?
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on Jun 13, 2007
on Jun 18, 2007 by edgardog
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Now I want to test a network device's DMA read.Can MSO6012 save several seconds of data's which the two probes detected?And if can ,how to manage it?
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Jun 18, 2007 3:33 PM
You can have up to 500 sec in your scope. However, you might have to wait quite a bit. So if you want to save, say 5 seconds you can set the scope to 500ms/div wich for 10 divisions that the scope has will give you 5 seconds of data. Once you get the data you might download it via USB thumb drive to an excel sheet. Connect your thumb drive to the front panel, set it by pushing
, then push on
Print to CSV data
ASCII XY data
. Then on
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