|NI-SCOPE (English | Japanese)|
Short Name: Fetch Interleaved IQ Data
Property of niScope
Specifies whether a fetch call retrieves a single waveform with I and Q interleaved, or two separate waveforms. If enabled, the number of elements returned by scalar fetch types (such as 16-bit integer) is twice the requested number of samples. If disabled during DDC acquisitions in Complex mode, two noninterleaved arrays of data are returned per channel, per record.
|Note This property can be used only with high-speed digitizers that support onboard signal processing (OSP). NI-SCOPE returns an error if you use this property with a device that does not support OSP.|
The following table lists the characteristics of this property.