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Dynamic acquisition is a clocked event in which digital data is transferred from the DUT into onboard memory. The logic state of each acquisition is determined by the configured data interpretation method, and the acquisition voltage levels are defined by your dynamic acquisition operation.
At every clock edge, the Pattern Acquisition Engine stores the current state of each DIO channel configured for dynamic acquisition into onboard memory as a sample. Samples are stored in the order they are received to onboard memory as a record. You can configure the number of samples per record.