New capability added: Export displayed traces as CSV

A project log for Driverless Rigol DS1054Z screen capture over LAN

Capture the display of a Rigol DS1000Z series oscilloscope by LAN only, using LXI SCPI commands. No USB, no VISA, no IVI and no Rigol drivers required

RoGeorgeRoGeorge 05/24/2015 at 23:113 Comments

Added data capture and save as text in CSV (Comma Separated Values) format.

For a better CSV data usability, the following features needs to be implemented:

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peter jansen wrote 05/27/2015 at 03:10 point

Great work!  Is there any possibility to record the contents of the deep (12MSample) sample memory as well, or is that much more complicated than grabbing what's on the screen? 

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RoGeorge wrote 05/27/2015 at 09:30 point

Yes, it should be possible, and it's planned to be added in the next version.

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peter jansen wrote 05/27/2015 at 21:53 point

I think I've read that some difficulties in the firmware have made retrieving the entire sample buffer somewhat challenging, but I'd certainly love to save 12M samples to try out different noise-resistant detection algorithms for my radiation sensor project in Matlab/Octave or such.  Thanks a bunch for all your work on helping make getting data out of this scope as simple as it should be!

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