TEGAM Model 2732 and arbitrary waveforms

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hawkbyte
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TEGAM Model 2732 and arbitrary waveforms

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I am interested in uploading arbitrary waveforms to the Model 2732. I would like to use earthquake records (the earthquake data is in terms of acceleration and time). Is this possible? I haven't had any luck finding examples or instructions online.

asabnis@tegam.com
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Re: TEGAM Model 2732 and arbitrary waveforms

Post by asabnis@tegam.com »

James,

There are two ways to create and upload a waveform into the 2732 function generator.
1. Create the desired waveform using the WaveWorks DDS software or 2. Import a *.txt data file of the arbitrary waveform.

The 2732 manual explains how to create and download an arbitrary waveform through WaveWorks DDS.

Best regards,
Amit Sabnis
Applications Engineer
440 466 6100
asabnis@tegam.com

hawkbyte
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Re: TEGAM Model 2732 and arbitrary waveforms

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The earthquake waveform I want to upload is stored as a text file in terms of acceleration. However, the data in the text file that WaveWorks exports is in a peculiar format. Are you familiar with the conversion, or algorithm necessary to convert between the two?

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