Is the specified waveform memory size in bytes+ words+ or long words of memory and how do I relate that to the number of points in my waveform?

Question:

Is the specified waveform memory size in bytes+ words+ or long words of memory and how do I relate that to the number of points in my waveform?

Answer:

The AFG and AWG memory size is specified in waveform points, so if the memory is listed as 16,000 or 32,400,000, for example, then you can fit 16,000 or 32,400,000 waveform points in a single waveform file.

This FAQ Applies to:

Product Series: AFG3000C Arbitrary/Function Generator

Product: AFG3011, AFG3021, AFG3021B, AFG3022, AFG3022B, AFG310, AFG3101, AFG3102, AFG320, AFG3251, AFG3252, AWG410, AWG420, AWG430, AWG5002, AWG5004, AWG5012, AWG5014, AWG510, AWG520, AWG610, AWG615, AWG7051, AWG7052, AWG710, AWG7101, AWG7102, AWG710B

FAQ ID : 57481

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