Thankyou for your observations with respect to your i2c application. In order to assist you further please could you send over your data file. ps data of your i2c to firstname.lastname@example.org
I will then look through your data and endeavour to assist you further. In addition to this please find below a description about block and streaming mode in PicoScope 6.
The PicoScope 6 software and PicoScope drivers, supplied with all PicoScope oscilloscopes, have been improved to give faster data transfer over the USB interface. The improvements have focused on ‘streaming mode’, one of the two data transfer modes used by PicoScope devices (the other is ‘block mode’). When you use
PicoScope 6, you rarely need to know the difference between the two modes as the software switches automatically between them.
In streaming mode, PicoScope 6 tells the scope to capture data continuously and, at the same time, to transfer each sample to the PC with minimum delay. The amount of streamed data that PicoScope 6 can store is limited by design, to prevent the program from consuming too much of the PC’s resources.
PicoScope 6 limits the sampling rate to 1 MS/s in streaming mode, again to conserve the PC’s resources. If you request
a faster sampling rate, then the program switches to block mode. PicoScope 6 does this mode switching
Oscilloscope series Maximum specifications
Record length Sampling rate
PicoScope 2000 2-channel 2 MS 1 MS/s
I will then look through your data and endeavour to assist you further.