In the datasheet of NI 4472, it is mentioned that the Sampling Rate can be
"102.4 kS/s down to 1.0 kS/s in 190.7 μS/s increments for fs > 51.2 kS/s or 95.37 μS/s increments for fs ≤ 51.2 kS/s"
In this, I am not able to understand if "190.7 uS/s" is 190.7 uSamples/Second or 190.7 uSecond/Sample. If we consider the first case, we cannot have micro samples but the terminology is confusing.
Kindly give your suggestions
Thanks in Advance,
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I am pretty sure those are supposed to be microseconds/Sample. Which gives ~5.2kS/s increments when fs > 51.2kS/s.
Thank You crossrulz,
If we use the PXI backplane clock a the reference clock for DAQ device, will we be able to get better resolution? If so what will be the resolution? How to calculate the resolution?
If we use the PXI backplane clock a the reference clock for DAQ device, will we be able to get better resolution?
No. That will just give you a more accurate base clock, resulting in less jitter.