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Entry  Mon Oct 14 09:32:33 2019, Danyang, how to acquire the stop position with channel cascading Capture.PNG
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          Reply  Mon Oct 14 12:56:13 2019, Stefan Ritt, how to acquire the stop position with channel cascading 
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                Reply  Mon Oct 14 15:27:09 2019, Stefan Ritt, how to acquire the stop position with channel cascading 
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Message ID: 774     Entry time: Mon Oct 14 09:32:33 2019     Reply to this: 775
Author: Danyang 
Subject: how to acquire the stop position with channel cascading 

Hi Steffan,

       In DSR4 DATASHEET Rev.0.9 Page13,  there is a paragraph "If the DRS4 is configured for channel cascading or daisy chaining, it is necessary to know which the current channel is where the sampling has been stopped. This can be
determined by addressing the Write Shift Register withA3-A0 = 1101b and by applying clock pulses to the SRCLK input ...".

       My question is the timing details about srclk, srout, A3-A0 in the above control and its timing relation with stop shift register (Figure 15).  And can this configuration be used in the full readout mode with output MUXOUT?               

Best Regards,
Danyang (sun2222@mail.ustc.edu.cn)

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