NI-Digital Pattern Driver 17.1.2 Bug Fixes

Überblick

The following item is the IDs and titles of issues fixed in the NI-Digital Pattern Driver 17.1.2 Patch.

Bug Fix

The following items are the Bug Fixes in the NI-Digital Pattern Driver 17.1.2 Patch.

ID Legacy ID Fixed Issue Issue Details
715045
Frequency measurements are returned in ascending order of channels regardless of the channel list or pin list parameter. Frequency counter measurements will incorrectly return data in ascending channel order regardless of the channel list or the pin list. If the provided channel list or pin list input to the frequency measure function is not in ascending channel order, then the application will get incorrect results.
716093
Capture memory streaming may return incorrect samples when fetching more than a million samples per pattern burst. If less than one million capture samples are fetched in a single pattern burst, then the application is unaffected. Otherwise, incorrect samples may be returned.
681944
Certain programming sequences can result in internal bus contention that, over time, could damage the instrument. Certain programming sequences can result in internal bus contention that, over time, could damage the instrument.
696854
There is an intermittent 10 ns delay seen between synchronized digital pattern instruments when using NI-TClk. When using NI-TClk with the Timing Absolute Delay Enabled property set to FALSE, there is an intermittent 10 ns delay seen between synchronized digital pattern instruments. The Timing Absolute Delay Enabled property is set to FALSE by default.

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