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Pramod Mykakal
India, Joined Feb 2019, 4

Pramod Mykakal

India,
Joined Feb 2019
4
16:38 May-22-2019
need of display delay in minus side. (-50 to 20,000)

Dears,
What is the application that needs a delay in the minus side, like -50 to 30,000.

would it be enough starting from 0?

Regards
Pramod Myakal
RSM Asia
Sonatest LTD. UK

    
 
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Daniel Braun
Daniel Braun
07:24 May-23-2019
Re: need of display delay in minus side. (-50 to 20,000)
In Reply to Pramod Mykakal at 16:38 May-22-2019 (Opening).

sometimes it is necessary to ensure that the PRF rate is not too high in order to prevent the phantoms, the negative display delay delay is a good tool for the same

    
 
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