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1. Frequency: defined as the reciprocal of period. Calculate the waveform frequency by measuring the first cycle.

2. Period: defined as the time between the threshold middle values of two consecutive, like-polarity edges.
Calculate the time of the first cycle.

3. Mean: Calculate the arithmetic mean voltage over the entire record.

4. Pk-Pk: Calculate the absolute difference between the greatest and the smallest peaks of the entire waveform.

5. Cyc RMS: Calculate the actual RMS measurement of the first complete cycle of the waveform.

6. Minimum: Examine the waveform record of all points in the current window and display the minimum value.

7. Maximum: Examine the waveform record of all points in the current window and display the maximum value.

8. Rise Time: Measure the time between 10% and 90% of the first rising edge of the waveform.




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9. Fall Time: Measure the time between 90% and 10% of the first falling edge of the waveform.

10. + Pulse Width: Measure the time between the first rising edge and the next falling edge at the waveform 50% level.

11. - Pulse Width: Measure the time between the first falling edge and the next rising edge at the waveform 50% level.

12. Delay 1-2 Rise: the time difference between the rising edges of source 1 and source 2. Negative delay indicates that
the selected rising edge of source 1 occurred after the selected edge of source 2.




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13. Delay 1-2 Fall: the time difference between the falling edges of source 1 and source 2.
Negative delay indicates that the selected edge of source 1 occurred after the selected edge of source 2.

14. + Duty: the ratio of the positive pulse width to the period.

15. - Duty: the ratio of the negative pulse width to the period.

16. Vbase: the voltage value from the flat base of the waveform to the GND.


17. Vtop: the voltage value from the flat top of the waveform to the GND.

18. Vmid: 50% of the waveform amplitude.

19. Vamp: the voltage value from the top of the waveform to the base of the waveform.

20. Overshoot: the ratio of the difference of the maximum value and top value of the waveform to the amplitude value.


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21. Preshoot: the ratio of the difference of the minimum value and base value of the waveform to the amplitude value.

22. PeriodMean: the arithmetic average value on the first whole waveform.

23. PeriodRMS: the root mean square (RMS) value on the first whole waveform.

24. FOVShoot: Falling edge overshoot.

25. RPREShoot: Rising edge preshoot.

26. BWidth: Burst pulse duration.

27. FRF: The time difference between the first rising edge of source 1 and the first falling edge of source 2.

28. FFR: The time difference between the first falling edge of source 1 and the first rising edge of source 2.

29. LRR: The time difference between the first rising edge of source 1 and the last rising edge of source 2.

30. LRF: The time difference between the first rising edge of source 1 and the last falling edge of source 2.

31. LFR: The time difference between the first falling edge of source 1 and the last rising edge of source 2.

32. LFF: The time difference between the first falling edge of source 1 and the last falling edge of source 2.


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