I would like to offer you one idea. What do you think, is it possible with the help of LabView to model up "alarm clock": to program one from counters for a measurement of time in such a way after a defined time interval a ttl-signal appear on its output, then one more and so on, until the counter will stop. It is necessary, that the time interval would be reffered to hardware, only in this way BMHO its invariance can be guaranteed. An interval, the impulses appear with, can reach from minimum value (1 ns?) to infinitum (day, week, year.... Etc.) Is anybody has any idea, whether such "alarm-clock" is possible? May be someone of you programmed something similar or knows where there are similar examples? I shall be grateful for any advic e!
P.S. Such "alarm clock" is necessary for me to count the number of photons falling on the detector for defined time interval. The difficult is in how to define a time interval and make it fast and exict, if its possible not abstracting the computer from a basic problem. To use functions, like Wait, it is impossible as the values of the counter are necessary for display on the plot in real-mode...: (
With best wishes,
Igor Bljahhin Faculty of Physic, University of Tartu, Estonia
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