[time-nuts] TimeLab and HP53132A

Timeok timeok at timeok.it
Sun Jan 22 05:15:31 EST 2012


> Including the very newest ones from the past couple of weeks? 
R: yes

>Are you using
> the talk-only option, or the Acquire->HP 53131... option that I just
added
> recently?
R: yes but not work. No input data in monitor mode.

> When you use the 'Monitor' button in the acquisition dialog, do you see
new
> data coming across at one line per second, or one line every two seconds?
R: when in standard HP53132A mode in monitoring mode I have an incoming data
line every second as have to be. 

Luciano

Luciano P. S. Paramithiotti
IZ5JHJ


--------- Original Message --------
From: John Miles <jmiles at pop.net>
To: 'Timeok' <timeok at timeok.it>, 'Discussion of precise time and frequency
measurement' <time-nuts at febo.com>, 'Azelio Boriani'
<azelio.boriani at screen.it>
Subject: RE: [time-nuts] TimeLab and HP53132A
Date: Jan 21, 2012 11:27 PM

> > > Do you have some experience with TimeLab connected with a TIC
> > HP53132A?
> > > My trouble is as follow:
> > >
> > > using the default setup and acquiring for 1 hour, I can see on
display
> the
> > > graph vary (as magnitude)every 1 second count, like the event
counter
> > each
> > > second up to 3600,but the x (time) display show 1800 seconds as
total
> > > acquisition time over a real 3600 seconds spent.
> > >
> > > Looking the graphic when I start the acquisition I can see a
shape
> > > modification every second but the time axis advance only 1
second every
> > two
> > > real seconds.
> > >
> > > This happen also with the newest verson of Time Lab.
> 
> Including the very newest ones from the past couple of weeks?  Are you
using
> the talk-only option, or the Acquire->HP 53131... option that I just
added
> recently?
> 
> When you use the 'Monitor' button in the acquisition dialog, do you see
new
> data coming across at one line per second, or one line every two seconds? 
> 
> -- john
> 
> 



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