- Dual-trigger digital delay generator
Dual-trigger digital delay generators provide two independently triggered digital delay generators http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Digital_delay_generator in one package. Since benchtop digital delay generators are now multi-channel, it is possible to have two or more input triggers and select the channels which respond to each of the triggers. A interesting concept to provide dual-trigger capability converts an instrument that has separate trigger and gate inputs to allow the gate to operate as a second trigger.
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