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Dear Sir/Madam:

 

I'd like to use the average function in Tektronix DPO2024 to scan the signal via Labview.

The error appeared when I used the average function. Please see the attachment.

Does anyone have the same problem before? 

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@Willy0120 wrote:

Dear Sir/Madam:

 

I'd like to use the average function in Tektronix DPO2024 to scan the signal via Labview.

The error appeared when I used the average function. Please see the attachment.

Does anyone have the same problem before? 


I cannot see your VI because I only have LV 2013.  This appears to be an issue with your implementation of the driver, not a LabVIEW-specific problem.  Have you consulted the Tek manual to see what these Tek-generated errors are?

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@Willy0120 wrote:

Dear Sir/Madam:

 

I'd like to use the average function in Tektronix DPO2024 to scan the signal via Labview.

The error appeared when I used the average function. Please see the attachment.

Does anyone have the same problem before? 


It would be helpful to see the whole error message window, not just the left part of it.

Ben64

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It would be helpful to see the whole error message window, not just the left part of it.

My bad.

Ben64


 

Use "Configure Record Data.vi from the configuration palette before the loop and set the the value of the data composition input to 2: Singular Sample Waveform. For more details have a look at appendix B of the programmer's manual (the composition of waveform data paragraph).

 

Ben64

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@ben64 wrote:


It would be helpful to see the whole error message window, not just the left part of it.

My bad.

Ben64


 

Use "Configure Record Data.vi from the configuration palette before the loop and set the the value of the data composition input to 2: Singular Sample Waveform. For more details have a look at appendix B of the programmer's manual (the composition of waveform data paragraph).

 

Ben64


Hi, Ben:

 

I fix it out. Thanks for your information.

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@Willy0120 wrote:

Hi, Ben:

 

I fix it out. Thanks for your information.


You should then mark the post that helped you as the accepted solution. You should also post the modified vi that works, this could help other people with with a similar problem find a solution.

 

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Here is the solution to use average function in Tektronix DPO2024.

If you need only single scan to acquire the average function, you can set "Configure Continuous Acqucisition" from false to true.

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Hi. This average function seems having some bugs.  When I changed the record length of data (by using 'configure timebase.vi') , the time axis of the data is not correct for the first capture. When the record legnth of data doesn't change. It is correct.

 

Any ideas? Thank you very much!

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