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How to use NIScope to measure the time difference of a certain wave change under. NET

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 Dear NI,I have an oscilloscope, model NI PXIe-5160 (2CH), and now I want to program C # to obtain the time difference between the rising and falling edges of wavelength changes, as shown in the attached images of 1.2961us and 1.2323us. However, I am measuring the ScopeScalarMeasurementType FallTime, ScopeScalarMeasurementType The time obtained by RiseTime is 60us, which does not match the time shown in the attached image. May I know which methods are available to measure the difference between these two times? Thank you!

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Do you have any seniors using NIScope in the. NET environment? Please help me, thank you!

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Any forum that uses NIScope5160 NET developers? Can you provide some ideas for your development of Scope? How to use NIScope to obtain rise time? Thank you!

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I don't have any example code to share. I could point you to a bunch of materials that will help you put together the code,

 

https://www.ni.com/en/support/documentation/supplemental/15/ni-scope--net-resources.html

https://www.ni.com/docs/en-US/bundle/ni-scope-net-api-overview/page/netscopebasicusage.html

https://www.ni.com/docs/en-US/bundle/ni-scope/page/rise-time.html

 

Santhosh
Soliton Technologies

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Dear Santhosh,

  thank you for your reply. I will read these documents again and explore more features to solve my problem. However, the product purchased by my company cannot perform its intended function in my hands. I am very discouraged

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