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A terminal is a named location where a signal is either generated (output or produced) or acquired (input or consumed). A terminal that can output only one signal is often named after that signal. A terminal with an input that can be used only for one signal is often named after the clock or trigger that the signal is used for. Terminals that are used for many signals have generic names such as RTSI, PXITrig, or PFI.

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