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Hayes, Maryjane


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Capture more signal detail with less memory using segmented memory on your oscilloscope

Issue: KIPiS 2012 #2

This article discusses an application for your oscilloscope that can allow you to more efficiently use the memory while speeding up your debug time by targeting only the areas of interest in the signal. With segmented memory, the scope’s acquisition memory is divided into multiple smaller memory segments. This enables your scope to capture up to thousands of successive single-shot waveforms with a very fast re-arm time - without missing any important signal information.

 

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