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3 channel pulse generation

Discussion in 'Electronic Equipment' started by sperelat, Dec 20, 2007.

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  1. sperelat

    sperelat Guest

    I need to generate pulses in ~microseconds

    in my lab.

    The pulses must be generated via 3 channels and

    I want to control width and delay of them to change

    time overlaps.

    I tried it with Labview..but analog output was too unstable,

    and digital output needed external clock.

    (Function generation input didn't work)

    I'm considering microcontroller timer/counter pin s..

    but I don't know exactly if microcontroller timer pins

    can be applied in this way.

    Does any one know circuit or device that can be

    adopted for this kind of work?
     
  2. If I understood you correctly, you can do this with the Dino DG535 (it is a
    design from 1986 ;-)) from Stanford.
    Have a look for the manual at www.thinksrs.com
     
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