I need to elaborate on the data transfer modes. The slower sampling mode relies on the PC closk for timing of signals. Every sample interval the PC clock will tell the driver to get a sample. This slows down the sampling rate significantly due to software and security layers embedded within WinXP. In fast sampling modes, the scope determines the sample interval by its internal clock and passes the converted data to ints internal memory. Once the scope has completed the collection, it will transfer the data to the PC.
The buffer memory size description has changed due to inconsistencies in marketing information. The correct unit of measurement is number of samples. So the 32k = 32,000 samples NOT bytes.
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