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Multi-grid vs single-grid display
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on Apr 9, 2007
on Apr 18, 2007 by dmole
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What's the difference between viewing 4 waveforms using the multi-grid display feature vs. viewing all the 4 waveforms on a single-grid (default) display with the Infiniium series oscilloscope?
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Apr 18, 2007 2:58 PM
Four waveforms on one grid will share the same grid that is 8 divisions vertically. They can be overlayed on top of each other or separated vertically as you would choose.
When multiple grids are displayed (2 or 4) each waveform has its own grid that is reduced vertically. In the 2 grid mode each grid is only one-half total waveform height. In the 4 grid mode each grid is one-fourth the total waveform height.
Each grid is located from top to bottom of the display. Each grid has 8 grid lines but are spaced either 2- or 4-times closer than the single grid mode depending on which multi-grid mode is selected.
The number of grids can be selected in the Setup -> Display menu in the Infiniium display.
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