These files are intended as demonstrations of programming concepts and as
troubleshooting aids for users of the PI-2005 Pattern Generator.
- 16-bit Ramp--A simple counter that will count from 0 - 255 all the way up
to 0 - 65535. The subpatterns are structured to illustrate the concept of
- Channel Counter--The number of pulses is equal to the channel number, from
1 to 32, with channels grouped in 4's for easy counting on your 'scope.
- Random Data--64 Kb deep x 16 channels wide. It is pseudo-random, in that
it will repeat every 65,536 bits
- SineWave--256 bit period x 16 channels wide x 4 cycles
The PI-PAT (.w25) files can be opened directly in PI-PAT, and will get you up
and running right away. The text/binary files are built using the (1010) * n
programming methodology, and the text/hex files are built with the hex load
programming methodology, to illustrate the differences in programming efficiency
and file size between the two.
Either file type can be imported into
PI-PAT or sent to the PI-2005 over GPIB and will result in an identical native
pattern file (.w25).