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- Ossian July 23, 2015 at 6:56 pm in reply to: BB-series and stand-alone signal generator
Great news, I look forward to the updated firmware.
OssianOssian May 11, 2015 at 12:18 pm in reply to: *Warning* : Signal Level Higher Than Ref Level
Thank you for the response. I think it was a different poster that was looking to install a USB card.
I have two i7 machines, one does have an installed USB3 PCI express card, and the other machine is newer and has native USB3 support. Both machines are exhibiting the same behavior.
How do I set/reset the reference level in Spike? All the controls on the right hand side of the application are non-responsive. So, I can’t update any of the values.
In the lower right hand side I get the temperature and voltage, both are updating an look to have reasonable values, so I do think I’m communicating with the device.
Should I be able to update the values on the right of the application? When I disconnect from the BB60A then I can update the values on the right hand side, but as soon as I reconnect to the device they jump back to the same values that I’m unable to change.
Do you have any other test or analysis tool application that I can run to help determine where the issue might be?
OssianOssian April 26, 2015 at 4:29 pm in reply to: BB-series and stand-alone signal generator
Thank you for providing the clarification.
OssianOssian April 25, 2015 at 8:59 pm in reply to: BB-series and stand-alone signal generator
Are there plans to support the BB60A with a TG, or is the BB60A considered abandoned with regards to future software upgrades?
I know that you indicated that you currently are only supporting the BB60C, but are there plans to support the BB60A moving forward?