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Commands Quick Reference
Table 40 :TRIGger:TV Commands Summary
Command
Query
Options and Query Returns
:TRIGger:TV:LINE
<line number> (see
page 622)
:TRIGger:TV:LINE?
(see page 622)
<line number> ::= integer in NR1
format
:TRIGger:TV:MODE <tv
mode> (see page 623)
:TRIGger:TV:MODE?
(see page 623)
<tv mode> ::= {FIEld1 | FIEld2 |
AFIelds | ALINes | LFIeld1 |
LFIeld2 | LALTernate}
:TRIGger:TV:POLarity
<polarity> (see
page 624)
:TRIGger:TV:POLarity?
(see page 624)
<polarity> ::= {POSitive |
NEGative}
:TRIGger:TV:SOURce
<source> (see
page 625)
:TRIGger:TV:SOURce?
(see page 625)
<source> ::= {CHANnel<n>}
<n> ::= 1 to (# analog channels)
in NR1 format
:TRIGger:TV:STANdard
<standard> (see
page 626)
:TRIGger:TV:STANdard?
(see page 626)
<standard> ::= {NTSC | PAL | PALM
| SECam}
Table 41 :WAVeform Commands Summary
Command
Query
Options and Query Returns
:WAVeform:BYTeorder
<value> (see
page 635)
:WAVeform:BYTeorder?
(see page 635)
<value> ::= {LSBFirst | MSBFirst}
n/a
:WAVeform:COUNt? (see
page 636)
<count> ::= an integer from 1 to
65536 in NR1 format
n/a
:WAVeform:DATA? (see
page 637)
<binary block length bytes>,
<binary data>
For example, to transmit 1000
bytes of data, the syntax would
be: #800001000<1000 bytes of
data><NL>
8 is the number of digits that
follow
00001000 is the number of bytes
to be transmitted
<1000 bytes of data> is the
actual data
:WAVeform:FORMat
<value> (see
page 639)
:WAVeform:FORMat?
(see page 639)
<value> ::= {WORD | BYTE | ASCII}
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