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Pulse Wave Dialog
The button brings up a separate dialog to allow creation of monophasic or biphasic pulses with adjustable levels. The first pulse is called A and the second B. The B pulse always starts immediately after the A pulse ends.
The default pulse is biphasic, with the A pulse positive the B pulse negative.
When both A and B pulses are done, the remainder of each cycle is at the 0 Level. The cycle time is determined by the main wave frequency.
You can specify the pulse widths in proportional units (Percent or Degrees), in which case they will change as the main wave frequency changes. If you specify fixed units (Samples or Seconds) then the frequency doesn't affect the pulse widths, it only affects the baseline time at 0 Level between repetitions.
Wave=Pulse or Wave=4 sets the waveform of the current channel and stream to Pulse. Use prefixes like L.1.Wave=Pulse to specify channel and stream, here Left Stream 1. Note that this command format sets Wave but does not open the Pulse dialog. This is the usual approach for modifying Generator setups.
To set Wave to Pulse and also open the Pulse dialog (if the Wave dialog is already open), use a D. prefix as in D.L.1.Wave=Pulse.
See also Wave Dialog.
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