TaiShengY

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  1. Hi, we just got an OpenScope MZ and were wondering if there's a general rule of thumb that describes how long of a gap there will be between buffers if you're forcing triggering over WiFi. I've seen that streaming data through the logger functionality tops out at 50 kSa/sec, so I would assume this is the maximum frequency continuous data can be collected at hardware wise. We'd like to collect data as continuously as possible in the 200 kHz to 500 kHz range, is there a general relationship between this sampling duty cycle, buffer size and frequency or should we expect WiFi transmission/overhead to dominate the sampling? Thanks!