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The Agilent Technologies 16533A or 16534A can average from 2 to 512 waveform acquisitions but the larger the number of acquisitions, the more time it will take to accumulate all the waveforms you have requested. The following formula is used to calculate the average for each data point: For n between 1 and M. After terminal count is reached (n greater than or equal to M), where: Aven = the average sample value n = the current average number M = setting of # Avgs control (terminal count) Si = the ith sample.
You access it by selecting the Trigger... button at the bottom of the main oscilloscope window. The two selections that are always availabe in the window are Mode and Sweep. Mode specifies the type of condition you want to trigger on. Sweep indicates whether the oscilloscope should wait for the condition (Triggered) or trigger immediately if the condition doesn't show up in 100 milliseconds (Auto). Edge Edge mode sets the oscilloscope to trigger on an edge. You can specify the source, trigger level, slope, and occurrence.
The vertical (V/div) scale control is located under the Channels tab. The horizontal (s/div) scale control is located at the bottom left corner of the oscilloscope window. Scrolling The scrollbar below the display indicates what portion of the current data set you are viewing. Its size shows the percentage of the data you are looking at, and its location indicates the location of the data within the data set. You can scroll through your data set by dragging the scrollbar. You can also use the Delay field, but this may change your acquisition delay as described in “Delayed Triggering” on page 42.