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  1. Exactly what I was looking for. Thanks you so much.
  2. Hello Thank you very much, it does exactly was I was looking for. Actrually I have two problem: - the first is that I doesn't understand what I'm doing. I don't know how it work. - the phase between the pulse and the AWG, depends only on the trigger level of the scope. The phase on the generator has no impact.
  3. Hi JColvin My need is really basic, I just want two signal generators synchronised one each other, and one pulse to indicate the starting of the synchronisation. Should be that if I map Trigger 1 to Wavegen 1, it shall output a pulse on T1 pin. It does when the Trigger is mapped to scope, but not with the Wavegen. Thanks for your help. Regards
  4. Hello I certainly miss something, but I cannot figure out how to trigger pattern with an AWG output. According to the reference manual: Each instrument generates a trigger signal when a trigger condition is met. It's rather easy to trigger the AWG and the pattern output with the scope, but I didn't figure out how to trigger patterm output with AWG. I certainly didn't found what a "trigger condition" is for an AWG. What I'm trying to do is to have two AWGs synchonized and one positive pulse at phase 0. I can imagine to use Ext trigger, and to wire T1 on T2, but that does