I just discovered that by simply zooming in (using the Horizontal Zoom on the second menu bar) I can display a detailed waveform while preserving the Measurement values of Peak to Peak at the higher timebase. I am very pleased this resolves my issue with the Peak to Peak Measurement on the Math Channel Low Pass filter.PicoPilot wrote:... The problem with increasing the time resolution to a higher value is that you lose detail in the visual display and the individual waveform cycles cannot be seen as they get crunched together.
I am still uncertain if the Frequency Measurement is supported for a Math Channel Low Pass filter. Is there a workaround? I would greatly appreciate a definitive statement from a Pico staff member.PicoPilot wrote:With regard to the Frequency Measurement on a Math Channel Low Pass filter, it simply does not work. This may be understandable as frequency is an attribute of the primary channel signal. The Math Channel series could be a calculated (synthetic) data series that doesn't carry along the frequency attribute. At least, that's how I might rationalize why it doesn't work.
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