I have two Pre-sales questions about triggering, both analog and MSO.
In most benchtop oscilloscopes, you can set up the triggering to automatically repeat trigger on a repetitive signal,
so that you can continually see minor differences in successive sweeps. You can also simultaneously adjust the horizontal and vertical settings which are then persistent until you further adjust them, and these setting do not change as a side effect of triggering.
My first question is, can the 3XXXD MSO family conform to this behavior, with respect to both analog and digital triggering, and also show the analog and digital signals on the same X-axis, so that you can visually (and with cursors) correlate events in both signal types?
Most of the lower level logic analyzers don't support this ability. They all seem to want to completely reinitialize the view on each data collection, and require a manual stimulus to repeat the collection, after which you have to tediously readjust the view.
Also, my second question is: can you trigger on some combination of the analog and digital inputs?