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ruckb
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Import .csv

Post by ruckb »

Hello,

I was testing the demo version just to get some experience. There is no import function for .csv files.
Is this just removed in DEMO mode or not available at all ?

Hermann

Gerry
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Re: Import .csv

Post by Gerry »

Hi ruckb,

There is no import function in any of our software (apart from importing csv files as custom waveforms for our SigGen/AWG), deliberately, to restrict the software use to our hardware.

Regards,

Gerry
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El Berto
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Re: Import .csv

Post by El Berto »

Hi to all, I hope to post in right place, if not I apoligize.
I'm trying to understand how csv works to create a custom wave for AWG.

I exported CSV signal but I found:

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-0.03279326
-0.01845274
-0.01172245
-0.01172245
-0.01172245
-0.00873713
-0.00024087
0.00087197
0.01124070
I'm confused: I can see only values, why not timestamp? How can I set sampling time?
How can I know if samples above are sampled at 1000 SPS or 500 or 2000?
Then, it's reported (https://www.picotech.com/oscilloscope/2 ... ifications) 2204 and 2205 can have at most 4kS (so I suppose 4000 samples (or 4*1024=4096 samples)?
So in my CSV files there could be at most 4000 values, right?
Thanks.
Thanks.

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