is the channel to operate on. Valid options are rx/RF 0, rx/RF 1, tx/RF 0, and tx/RF 1. Use this parameter to determine which daughterboard to update the ATR register state of.
The specific ATR register to write to. The registers correspond to the four states each daughterboard supports. The daughterboard state is set based on whether Rx and Tx are enabled or disabled, using the Enable Front End node. It is safe to call the Enable Front End node after writing to the ATR registers.
LO lpf enable
The LO LPF state of the daughterboard.
Error conditions that occur before this node runs. The node responds to this input according to standard error behavior.