Reads 2 analog waveforms then computes a cross-correlation and plots results with VEE’s MATLAB® functionality.
Date: April 2005
Language: Agilent VEE Pro 7.5 (or later)
OS Requirements: Microsoft® Windows® 2000 or Windows XP
Additional Software: Agilent IO Libraries Suite 14.0 (or later)
This sample program demonstrates how to read 2 analog waveforms, compute a cross-correlation with VEE’s built-in MATLAB routine, and display the results in VEE’s MATLAB plot. Supported instruments include the following: DSO6032A, DSO6034A, MSO6032A, MSO6034A.
If you have installed VEE, you can open the sample program by double-clicking on it or by using VEE's File > Open or File > Open Example menu items. To utilize VEE's Instrument Manager's "Load Sample" capabilities with the sample program, copy the sample program and the .xml file (with the same name as the VEE sample program) into the following directory:
<VEE Pro home directory>\examples\InstrumentIO\InstrManagerIntegrated
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