is the oscilloscope, the upper part is the function generator. The pulse signal comes from the generator and is drawn onto the oscilloscope through channel A. The response from this signal is identified by the channel B. That means the transmission signal (channel A) can be generated with the help of a signal generator. The received signal (channel B) can be recorded with an oscilloscope. The recorded signals are to be
Computer evaluated (determination of transit time and amplitude). My code doesn't work. can someone help me please
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Can you confirm your application is to do the following with your PicoScope 5000 series-
Setup - AWG output is connected to Channel A and DUT input via BNC cable and connectors.
DUT output connected Channel B
1. Setup the AWG output a waveform continuously/fixed length
2. Setup the scope and capture waveforms on channels A and B (for a fixed period - block capture)
3. Analysis the waveform of channel B and generate new control and waveform? settings for the AWG.
4. Repeat steps 1-3
If you have the AWG set to generate a continuous signal, then you may find setting a trigger on channel A or B useful, to analyse your signal.
I suggest you start with our block example code and simply add the PicoScope5000aAWG.vi block and related controls and call before or after PicoScope5000aSettings.vi.
As shown in this image- download/file.php?id=22683&mode=view
Note the whole AWG example code is not required, unless you want to software trigger the AWG.
Also we have LabVIEW section on the forum - forum20.html