Generate a digital waveform like memory on PXI cards

Hello

I'm looking for a way to send a large digital waveforms using a PXI digital signal generator. I saw DIO HS cards, but their memory is smaller than the files that I want to transfer. My understanding is that the PXI backplane bandwidth 132 MB/s. So, I shouldn't be able to stream a digital signal from the memory of the card that is slower than the CPU? For example, 50 Mbits / second (equivalent to only 6.25 MB/s)? However, I think I understand after reading their textbooks is that you cannot continuously transmitting a large waveform of the processor memory file, you must transfer the file to the memory of Council first and then transfer that out.

Does anyone know if there is a way to have a flow of digital signal generation card an arbitrarily large directly from memory to the processor of digital signals? Or, what is the fastest card of pxi digital signal generation that does not require the storage of Council first files?

Thank you

Isaac

Hello Isaac,.

Take a look at the following area developer.

NOR-HSDIO Stream from disk (generation) using Win32 file IO

Note that you will not be able to take full advantage of the maximum rate of update HSDIO devices, because the data must be transferred in a bus.  Some other considerations are the width of the data as well as the HSDIO device you select, which may depend on other requirements not related to the size of file or waveform (for example the standard voltage or whether you need hardware compare).  For more information, take a look at the developer following items area.

Data streaming of Architectures in the PXI systems
The use of National Instruments Logic Analyzer and generator of test patterns Solution

Advanced features of e/s high-speed digital devices White Paper Series

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