I have a Picoscope 5203. I'd like to be able to display slow impulses (ca. 100 kHz) and be able to measure their frequency.
My question is: what is the best way to do that?
1. Is there an option in the software provided with the Picoscope that does that? Where can I find it?
2. Should I buy another model which has this option enabled? Which one?
3. Could I somehow connect to the device with my own program just to capture the data while the main (your) software is running? If so, how can I do that? I've tried that, but it seems to me that there can be only one program that is connected to Picoscope at once. It's logical, but is it possible to bypass it?
4. Is it possible to write the data to a file in real time? Maybe on another model? I'd like to read out the data from the file and compute the frequency on my own.
5. I could write my own software to both display the signals and measure the frequency, but it would take time, so I'm looking for something else. This is the last resort.
Could you please tell me which of the above solutions is possible? And maybe should I do something else?
Thank you in advance.