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dig_mem_test VI and needed sub vi

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I am trying to run the VI dig_mem_test I downloaded from herehttp://zone.ni.com/devzone/cda/tut/p/id/7966#toc3, unfortunatly, Iit is asking for a sub vi named "DemoBox_CreateWriteVerifyCycle.vi"

 

Can anyone point me to where I can get the sub VI please?

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Hello Ron,

 

Thank you for pointing out this issue.  I currently filed a request to have this resolved.

Regards,
Roman Sandoval | National Instruments | RF Systems Engineer
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Thanks for your help...I purchased my equipment basedon the ability to perform thist type of Vi...any help you can provide is appreciated

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Hello Ron,

 

I attached the files in this forum.  The DevZone document will be updated soon.  Thank you for your post.

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Roman Sandoval | National Instruments | RF Systems Engineer
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Thank you very much, the VI now runs as expected. I was wondering if there was any additional documentation for this VI. Again, thanks for your solution.

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Hello Ron,

 

Can you explain what sort of information are you looking for?  Thanks.

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Roman Sandoval | National Instruments | RF Systems Engineer
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Thanks again, I have the Memory test reference design document that gives a good description of the theory and operation of the VI, but does not discuss the I/O connections between the UUT and the PXI-6552. I am looking for some documentation the illustrates how to connect the memory device to the PXI-6552. Again, I appreciate all of your assistance.
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Hello Ron,

 

Since there are multiple types of 3rd party memory chips that can be tested, I/O connections between the UUT and the PXI-655x will vary.  Unfortunately, we do not supply additional information that displays this.  Nevertheless, we do offer a Connector Block and Prototyping Board for NI Digital Waveform Generator/Analyzers:

http://sine.ni.com/nips/cds/view/p/lang/en/nid/13513

 

If you have concerns and/or issues pertaining to your setup, I would suggest calling National Instruments support and an Applications Engineer would be happy to assist you.

 

Regards,
Roman Sandoval | National Instruments | RF Systems Engineer
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