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Using Parameters Parameters are used to pass values into macros. A major benefit in passing parameters is that you keep a macro’s functionality generic and still direct specific action identified by parameters. Think of parameters as the only part of a macro that changes as the macro is reused. You create the macro and add parameters to the macro in the User Macro menu. You then insert the macro and assign parameter values in the Sequence menu. As you reuse the macro in other places in the sequence, simply change parameter values to the new specific values.
Clock Source The Clock Source field toggles between internal and external. The internal clock source is supplied by the pattern generator and controls the frequency the vectors are output to the system under test. The external clock is provided by you, or the system under test, and is input to the pattern generator through the CLK IN probe of a clock pod. By using an external clock, you synchronize the vector output of the pattern generator to the system under test. No matter which clock is selected, vectors are output on the rising edge of the clock.
3–7 Programming the Agilent 16522A Command Set Organization Command Set Organization The command set for the Agilent 16522A is divided into four separate subsystems. The subsystems are: FORMat, SEQuence, MACRo, and the SYMBol subsystem. Each of the subsystems commands are covered in their individual sections later in this chapter. Each of these sections contain a description of the subsystem, syntax diagrams and the commands in alphabetical order. The commands are shown in long form and short form using upper and lower-case letters.