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Dynamic generation is a clocked operation where binary data is sent from the NI digital waveform generator/analyzer to the DUT across multiple digital channels.
The NI digital waveform generator/analyzer can generate complex digital patterns at a variety of voltage levels synchronous to any of several clock sources. The data can be generated as simple waveforms or based on complex scripts. External triggers can control the data generation, and the Pattern Generation Engine can export several types of events to indicate the progress of the generation.
In addition, the NI digital waveform generator/analyzer allows for precise subperiod timing control between the generated data and the exported Sample clock, making the device a versatile digital pattern generator.
NI 6541/6542 devices support only active drive generation during dynamic generation operations.