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Trigger timestamping and Waveform timestamping can be needed when you perform a measurement or synchronize a measurement. In this article, we will look at a NI-SCOPE-based implementation of Timestamp.

How to use channel0 to trigger channel1 to acquire signal with PXI Oscilloscope like PXIe-5122. There is such feature in Soft Front Panel. How can I make it with LabVIEW program?

I need to know the exact time it is taking to my scope to acquire data in my application. The acquisition time of my Scope/Digitizer is not what I expect, and it is taking too much to acquire the data. ...

I am attempting to put together a system to do Time Domain Reflectometry (TDR), which observes the reflected waveforms in transmission lines. This could involve data acquisition, digital signal processing ...

I have an NI-SCOPE device and would like to adjust the Channel 0 vertical range independently of the Channel 1 vertical range. I have tried using the niScope Configure Vertical VI but it changes the settings ...

I am using NI-SCOPEmulti device session in my LabVIEW codeto configure a channel of each of the two NI PXIe-5162(4 Channel) in myPXI system. Iwould like to measure the Time Delay & Phase Delay between ...

How to use the "Start trigger" function with NI-SCOPE just like in DAQmx? I tried to use "niScope Configure Trigger (poly)" but it did not work as I expected. I want to do a continuous measurement with ...

Typically, a high-speed digitizer uses an internal sample clock to determine the rate to acquire data. Are there occasions when it would be better to use an external clock source?

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