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VISA COM: 33250A General (Read Me)
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VISA COM and IVI-COM Driver: 33250 Square Burst
This program sets up a triggered burst that outputs three cycles of a square wave upon receipt of each trigger. It will also show how to adjust duty cycle and enable/disable the SYNC output.

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VISA COM and IVI-COM: 33250 AsciiArb
This program uses the arbitrary waveform function to download and output a square wave pulse with a calculated rise time and fall time. The waveform consists of 4000 points downloaded to the function generator as ASCII data.

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VISA COM and IVI-COM Driver: 33220 Haversine (Read Me)
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VISA COM and IVI-COM Driver: 33250 Haversine (Read Me)
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VISA COM: 33120 Damped Sine (Read Me)
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VISA COM and IVI-COM Driver: 33250 Linear Sweep (Read Me)
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VISA COM and IVI-COM Driver: 33250 Haversine
This program sets up a burst waveform with a 270 degree starting phase. By adding an offset voltage to the burst, a haversine is created. This program also shows the use of a trigger received over the GPIB interface to initiate a single trigger.

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VISA COM: 33120 Apply Burst (Read Me)
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VISA COM and IVI-COM Driver: 33220 Low Level SCPI Commands
This program uses low-level SCPI commands to configure the function generator to output an AM waveform.

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VISA COM: 33120 Damped Sine
Demonstrates creating a damped sine wave in an array of integers and then downloading the array as a binary IEEE 488.2 data block.

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VISA COM and IVI-COM Driver: 33250 Linear Sweep
This program sets up a linear sweep using a sinusoid waveform. It sets the start and stop frequency and sweep time.

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VISA COM: 33120 AM (Read Me)
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VISA COM: 33120 Apply Burst
Demonstrates the use of the Apply command and how to create a burst as an output.

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VISA COM and IVI-COM Driver: 33220 Pulse Waveshape (Read Me)
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VISA COM and IVI-COM Driver: 33250 Pulse Waveshape (Read Me)
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VISA COM and IVI-COM Driver: 33220 Pulse Width
This program uses low-level SCPI commands to configure the function generator to output a PWM waveform.

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VISA COM and IVI-COM Driver: 33220 Square Burst
This program sets up a triggered burst that outputs three cycles of a square wave upon receipt of each trigger.

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VISA COM and IVI-COM Driver: 33220 Low Level SCPI Commands (Read Me)
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VISA COM: 33120 AM
Demonstrates how to program the instrument for AM modulation and how to store the instrument state in memory.

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VISA COM: 33120 Pulse
Demonstrates the use of the arbitrary waveform that creates a pulse with adjustable rise and fall time.

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VISA COM and IVI-COM Driver: 33250 BinaryArb
This program shows how to download an arbitrary waveform using binary data. The program generates a damped sine wave using 16,000 points.

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VISA COM and IVI-COM Driver: 33220 Linear Sweep
This program sets up a linear sweep using a sinusoid waveform.

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VISA COM and IVI-COM Driver: 33220 Linear Sweep (Read Me)
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VISA COM and IVI-COM Driver: 33220 AsciiArb (Read Me)
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