RFmxTdscdmaMXLimitedConfigurationChange Enumeration

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Edition Date: October 2019

Part Number: 375493H-01

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Specifies the set of properties that are considered by RFmx in the locked signal configuration state.

Namespace: NationalInstruments.RFmx.TdscdmaMX

Assembly: NationalInstruments.RFmx.TdscdmaMX.Fx40 (in NationalInstruments.RFmx.TdscdmaMX.Fx40.dll) Version: 19.1.0.49152 (19.1.0.49152)

Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration)
Public Enumeration RFmxTdscdmaMXLimitedConfigurationChange

C#
public enum RFmxTdscdmaMXLimitedConfigurationChange

Members

Member nameDescription
DisabledThis is the normal mode of RFmx operation. All configuration changes in RFmxInstr properties or in personality properties will be applied during RFmx Commit.
FrequencySignal configuration, other than center frequency and external attenuation, is locked after first Commit of the named signal configuration. Thereafter, only the Center Frequency and NationalInstruments.RFmx.TdscdmaMX.RFmxTdscdmaMX.SetExternalAttenuation method value changes will be considered by subsequent driver Commits or Initiates of this signal. Refer to the Limitations of the Limited Configuration Change Property topic for more details about the limitations of using this mode.
FrequencyAndReferenceLevelSignal configuration, other than center frequency, reference level, and external attenuation, is locked after first Commit of the named signal configuration. Thereafter only Center Frequency, Reference Level, and External Attenuation method value changes will be considered by subsequent driver Commits or Initiates of this signal. If you have configured this signal to use an IQ Power Edge Trigger, NI recommends you set the IQ Power Edge Level Type to RFmxTdscdmaMXIQPowerEdgeTriggerLevelType.Relative so that the trigger level is automatically adjusted as you adjust the reference level. Refer to the Limitations of the Limited Configuration Change Property topic for more details about the limitations of using this mode.
NoChangeSignal configuration is locked after the first Commit of the named signal configuration. Any configuration change thereafter either in RFmxInstr properties or personality properties will not be considered by subsequent RFmx Commits or Initiates of this signal. Use No Change if you have created named signal configurations for all measurement configurations but are setting some RFmxInstr properties. Refer to the Limitations of the Limited Configuration Change Property topic for more details about the limitations of using this mode.
ReferenceLevelSignal configuration, other than the reference level, is locked after first Commit of the named signal configuration. Thereafter only the NationalInstruments.RFmx.TdscdmaMX.RFmxTdscdmaMX.SetReferenceLevel method value change will be considered by subsequent driver Commits or Initiates of this signal. If you have configured this signal to use an IQ Power Edge Trigger, NI recommends that you set the NationalInstruments.RFmx.TdscdmaMX.RFmxTdscdmaMX.SetIQPowerEdgeTriggerLevelType to RFmxTdscdmaMXIQPowerEdgeTriggerLevelType.Relative so that the trigger level is automatically adjusted as you adjust the reference level. Refer to the Limitations of the Limited Configuration Change Property topic for more details about the limitations of using this mode.
SelectedPortsFrequencyAndReferenceLevel Signal configuration, other than selected ports, center frequency, reference level, external attenuation, and RFInstr configuration is locked after first Commit of the named signal configuration. Thereafter only Center Frequency, Reference Level, and External Attenuation method value changes will be considered by subsequent driver Commits or Initiates of this signal. If you have configured this signal to use an IQ Power Edge Trigger, NI recommends you set the IQ Power Edge Level Type to RFmxTdscdmaMXIQPowerEdgeTriggerLevelType.Relative so that the trigger level is automatically adjusted as you adjust the reference level. Refer to the Limitations of the Limited Configuration Change Property topic for more details about the limitations of using this mode.

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Reference

NationalInstruments.RFmx.TdscdmaMX Namespace

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