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Anyone has LabVIEW program to save Tektronix DPO2024 waveform to disk?

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I read some previous posts, but still not sure how to save the capture waveform to disk. How to extract the voltage div and amplitude from the waveform?

Anyone have LabVIEW program to save data of Tektronix DPO2024 to share?

 

Thank you very much!

 

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Just use the drivers that NI already made for you.  I am mostly sure that the waveform download is in there.


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The waveform save to disk is not in the driver. I hope I don't need to repeat again from scratch :(.

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The driver gives you a waveform.  Sow do you want to save the data?  If TDMS, then just use the TDMS Write with the waveform directly.  If a delimited text file, there is the Export Waveforms To Text File.vi.


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Thanks, however, the time stamp of the obtained waveform from the example doesn't correspond to the reading in the oscilloscope. The time 0 in the example starts from the first point of the waveform, while in the oscilloscope, the time 0 starts from the trigger.

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