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I have generated an arbitrary waveform using Arb Express for AFG3022B. I loaded the .tfw-file to AFG3022B and discovered that the time<-->value - mapping of the generated signal depends on the frequency f which is currently chosen at the function generator. A single period of the generated signal spans 1/f seconds. Is this the only possible mode of time-value mapping? I find it more natural to separate each value by the sampling period of the instrument: 1/(250*10^6)seconds.
Thanks in advance
Arbitrary waveforms really only describe a signals amplitude and time with respects to itself, since the absolute value of the amplitude and frequency are generated on the fly. E.G. When you select the sine wave patter on the front panel, you are not stuck one a 5vp-p 1K sine wave, you tell it how to play that. Your arbitrary waveform is like the sine button.
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