Thanks, Bob. I just tried that and got solid results. One nice thing about
the 5370 vs this newer stuff is that the knobs and switches stay in the same
place through power cycles!
> On Sep 16, 2016, at 1:21 PM, Bob Camp <kb...@n1k.org> wrote:
> Set it to:
> 1) DC coupled (AC does not go low enough)
> 2) 50 ohms if your driving source will tolerate it, otherwise 1 meg ohm.
> 3) Manual trigger mode (Auto is to fast and it forgets where the trigger
> should be)
> 4) Trigger level around 1/2 the PPS P-P voltage
> Once set up that way, the triggering should be pretty solid. There is still
> the wonderful stuff about pulses that
> arrive on top of each other ….
>> On Sep 16, 2016, at 1:10 PM, John Ackermann N8UR <j...@febo.com> wrote:
>> I'm fairly new to driving the 53132 and it seems to be quite a pain to set
>> up reliable triggering for TTL-level pulses (e.g., PPS). Simply leaving it
>> to auto-trigger sure doesn't do the trick. Any suggestions on optimum
>> trigger settings for this use?
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