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MarioFM

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Post by MarioFM » Wed Feb 09, 2011 4:37 am

I have purchased a picoScope series 2205 from you a few months ago.
For a project I am working on, I determined that the signal’’s frequency is around ~250 kHz. To be able to decode the signal I will need longer samples than what the scope can hold as a waveform.
I figured out that between buffers there is some signal lost and I don’t think that a continuous signal can be reconstructed concatenating several waveforms.
Is there some software that run with the scope to get a longer signal? (around a few seconds worth of signal)
What are the options for data recorders?
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Re: Long

Post by ziko » Thu Feb 10, 2011 3:01 pm

Hi there will be an associated delay between buffers, the only way to get round this is to write your own software really.

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