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Betty Boop
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RF Synchronization Suite

Hello! :smileyvery-happy: I’m currently trying the sample codes included in the RF Synchronization Suite. However, I’m having a hard time understanding the effect of the “phase offset” on the IQ data which I generate (or acquire).

 

For the generation part, I’m testing the sample code named “PXIe-5673 Phase Coherent Arb Waveform Generation with NI-TClk Example”. If for example, I entered 0° as my phase offset for channel 1 and then entered 10° as my phase offset for channel 2, does that mean that my data for channel 1 is AMPLITUDE1∠0° and my data for channel 2 is AMPLITUDE2∠10° in polar form? If so, do I enter these values before running the code, or while running the code (and after which I click the “Update Phase Offsets” button)?

 

Thank you very much for your time! God Bless! :smileyvery-happy:

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Joel Khan
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Re: RF Synchronization Suite

The answer to this forum post can be found at:

http://forums.ni.com/t5/RF-Measurement-Devices/RF-Synchronization-Suite/m-p/1828839

 

<Joel Khan | Applications Engineering | National Instruments | Rice University BSEE>


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Joel Khan
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Re: RF Synchronization Suite

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If the link in my previous post fails try the link below.

http://forums.ni.com/t5/RF-Measurement-Devices/RF-Synchronization-Suite/m-p/1828839

 

<Joel Khan | Applications Engineering | National Instruments | Rice University BSEE>