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2 PXI 6070E synchronize through RTSI, pretrigger, how about this?

How about doing the following? I don't know where can I find all those definitions for the signal.

//for triggering
Select_Signal (iMaster, ND_RTSI_0, ND_IN_CONVERT, ND_HIGH_TO_LOW);
Select_Signal (iSlave, ND_IN_CONVERT, ND_RTSI_0, ND_HIGH_TO_LOW);
//for sampling clock
Select_Signal (iMaster, ND_RTSI_1, ND_IN_SCAN_CLOCK_TIMEBASE, ND_HIGH_TO_LOW);
Select_Signal (iSlave, ND_IN_SCAN_CLOCK_TIMEBASE, ND_RTSI_1, ND_HIGH_TO_LOW);

I am not sure whether I should use ND_IN_SCAN_CLOCK_TIMEBASE or ND_IN_CHANNEL_CLOCK_TIMEBASE, have no idea about these things. Where can I find details about these signals? So will this works?
BTW, the download for NIDAQ6.9.1 is not complete with the function reference manual, mis
sing all the bmp files. (ftp://ftp.ni.com/support/daq/pc/ni-daq/6.9.1/Nidaq69.EXE). I do need a complete one.
Thanks for your time.
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Hello;

I'm attaching an example C++ code which does the synchronization of analog input of two E-Series board trough RTSI. That example can be applied to PXI as well. Counter 0 is generating the pulse train which will be used as scan rate to both boards.
You can refer to that example to see how the select_signal function is used to accomplish that task.
Hope this helps.
Filipe
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