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what do you mean by MS/s or KS/s as unit of frequency, I'm used to using Hertz?

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It's Mega (1000000) Samples per second and Kilo (1000) Samples per second.
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After 13 years, still no one replied. I am also curious about the origin of the kS / s unit instead of the kHz.

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I believe you already got the reason in another thread - https://forums.ni.com/t5/Multifunction-DAQ/What-is-the-unit-kS-s-stand-for/m-p/4258344#M102953

Santhosh
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Yes, in the thread:

https://forums.ni.com/t5/Multifunction-DAQ/What-is-the-unit-kS-s-stand-for/m-p/4258344#M10295 

there is comprehensive information on the kS / s unit.
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