A to Z: Persistence Mode
Persistence is a graphing mode that overlays incoming waveforms on top of each other so that you can see how or whether they with time.Persistence is useful for capturing and analyzing events that occur infrequently or for viewing the behavior of signals over an extended period. It can be used for capturing glitches in repetitive signals that typically remain fixed during normal operation. i.e. Fixed duty or frequency actuator control signals.
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