|BITSCOPE||software||dso||replay||SYDNEY BITSCOPE WAVEFORMS|
The file that was recorded to make this example is sydney.csv in the Examples Archive.
It's easy to try this on your own PC:
What happens next depends on whether your PC is currently connected to the Internet.
If it is, the DSO will attempt connect to the Sydney BitScope "live", as explained here.
If not, a file dialog will open asking for a file to replay:
Browse to where you unzipped the archive (DataFiles) and select the sydney.csv DDR file.
Click Open and DDR replays sydney.csv immediately (if REPEAT is selected).
Alternatively you can replay these files anyway by opening them with DDR even when DSO is connected to the online BitScope.
If you started BitScope DSO immediately before doing this, the timebase and channel controls will already be selected to display Channel A at 50uS/Div which is a good place to start.
While the file plays you may then adjust virtually any DSO parameter and see its effect, just as if you had a BitScope directly connected to your PC.
To understand how this all works and the subtle differences between live data capture and file replay read about the Waveform Intuitive Display Engine used by the data recorder.