Thank you for your enquiry.
I shall answer your questions in order:
1: If you choose the tile option from the window menu, you will see all the traces currently open. Now, if you select a window and choose freeze, you will be able to see the frozen trace.
2: The software switeches between the settings for each open view. THe Spectrum window is essentially one view and takes its data from the scope after the previous window. If you want an FFT analysis from a single shot, you will have to export the data from the active window and perform your FFT on that data.
3: You can create an inverse voltage range in the custom range editor.
4: The software will visit each open window in order. If it has been frozen, the software will proceed to the next window. Control here is limited. THere is no hard and fast rule to implementing this.
5: The PSD file format information can be found in the PicoScope help files. YOu can also find instructions for the PSD batch processing program that will allow you to transfer PSD files to TX format.
7: If you choose the vertical zoom option and set it to x1, you will be able to move the trace up and down via the scroll bars on the sides of the screen.
Michael - Tech Support
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