Synchronization occurs between all baseband transmitters and baseband receivers in your system so that generation and acquisition can begin on the FPGA during the same cycle. For example, in the bidirectional single-input, single-output (SISO) system, the receiver baseband and the transmitter baseband are synchronized.
In systems with multiple baseband receivers, the baseband receivers can be synchronized so that they are aligned at analog-to-digital (ADC) conversion. This results in very small channel-to-channel skew.
Before attempting to synchronize your mmWave Transceiver System and mmWave radio heads, notice the following caveats:
To synchronize across multiple chassis, you must use a PXIe-6674T Synchronization Module.