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I have no idea what an "active counter" measurement is. What device do you use to take the measurement and how is it connected? Do those two charts indicate readings with the engine running? Depending on the quality of the test equipment and the connections, the signals look 'wonky'. If the CKP signal in the second chart was on a straight line, like the CMP signal, it would be in a more normal mode. Looks like something is causing it to spike.
The CKP sensor produces AC voltage at different amplitudes and frequency, depending on the speed of the engine.
At whatever rpm the engine is operating at the voltage and frequency should be steady. There will be a frequency 'blip' whenever the missing tooth on the reluctor wheel passes the sensor.