This might be a follow-up/related question to the one previously asked on StackExchange here.
My question is: in an auto-ranging DMM, would I be able to capture transient current profiles - for example using the image below from TI AN092 as reference, if a BLE SOC is going from ~1uA in hibernate mode to ~30mA in transmission mode, within a period of 10s of microseconds, and the 30mA spike lasts for 10s of microseconds itself, is this something the DMM would be able to capture with auto-ranging?
The TI App-Note refers to using a scope to capture the current profile. But would I be able to capture this using a DMM?
What trade-off in terms of accuracy vs capturing transient spikes like the one above, should one be aware of when trying to capture a current profile similar to the one above, using a DMM in auto-range mode?