Is true that i did not see that option
Testing the 2204 with a Square signal at 80KHz (1V) i can present my problem:
If the signal has about 200ms long and it is a non-peridocaly (continuous repeating) signal I would like to view the Entire signal and also to view exactcly one of it's square form.
I made this test with the demo:
In the first screenshot (FastPrintScreen 12) It's the entire section of 200ms
In the second one (FastPrintScreen 13 ) I tried to see if, when I zoom in, I can see all the details of one period; The situation isn't very happy.
In the third screenshot I tried to change the time base to see which is the limit for seeing clearly the signal ... I chose 5ms, it looks very clear now, but ... this way I can see only 5ms of the entire signal (not 200).
Is there any way to resolve this example ?
I don't understand exactly what the 32 buffers ar for. If they memorize the las 32 screens (X ms shown to the screen) how can I combine all that the buffers saved in one single image? (for example I select 5ms time base and than I combine all of the 32 segments (from buffer) of 5 ms each and this way I could see exactcly the entire 200ms signal, and also very fine detiles like in FastPrintScreen 14; I saw that I can see each of the 32 buffers .. but ... can I combine their information into one)
Sorry for my complicated language;