Table 2D-fixed points allocated to the amount of disk space!

Hello

I'm trying to create a 2D table file that will be saved on a real-time target. And should be read by my application in real time.

To create a file as small as possible I have it recorded in fixed point format. (integer 16 bits 6 bits)

The table size is 1024 X 1024 data points which is ~ 1 M data.

If I save the file to the DBL format I expect to get 8 MB (each data point is represented by b bytes) of the file - and that's what I

If I save a U16 format, I expect to get 2 MB file - and that's what I indeed.

I waited get a 2 MB file with fixed point format-, but as you can see in the screenshot - I did not!

No explanation why the checkpoint file is fixed so great?

Thank you

The FXP is 64-bit internally.

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