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Use analyze option or window option to see the Binary representation of the Analog signal using the resolution of the A/D converter.

It would be cool for programmers that use microcontrollers to see the digital values calculated by the A/D converter. Since all the analyzers have some form of resolution, it could be an option to display the digital value tied to the analog value using some sort of menu item. Right now it basically does an A/D conversion and then does a D/A conversion and displays the decimal value.

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  • Aug 2 2018
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    August 02, 2018 16:54

    If you go to Options - > Export data, you can select to "Output array of raw ADC samples." Unfortunately, this is in decimal format, and you will need to use a converter within Matlab or Excel to convert it into binary.

    Just keep in mind that the raw ADC samples have not been adjusted for DC gain. Sorry about this. You can extract the necessary calibration coefficients as described below:
    https://support.saleae.com/faq/technical-faq/how-do-i-convert-exported-csv-analog-data-in-voltages