Milestone #9608: Down Converter Test
ACNET devices for plotting DDC buffers
ACNET devices that we can use to plot the DDC buffers at the end of the 0x20 cycle.
#3 Updated by John Diamond about 5 years ago
- % Done changed from 0 to 20
Verified that we can program a raw measurement and readout with the state machine then read it out with the ACNET raw data devices.
Had to fight a bit with the ees-buildroot environment in order to build bpmacsys on adlinuxdev for the first time.
Will now move on to implementing the DDC readout devices using the raw readout devices as a template.
#4 Updated by John Diamond about 5 years ago
ACNET device descriptions: https://cdcvs.fnal.gov/redmine/projects/inst-bpm/wiki/Operations_Manual
#10 Updated by John Diamond about 5 years ago
- Status changed from New to Closed
- % Done changed from 80 to 100
Receiving bad offset/length errors when attempting to read more than 100 points from Z:HIABOO test device (TBT I data).
Forgot about the cdev configuration file (bbpmts.conf) that also includes a maximum length (was set to 101).
Set the TBT ACNET devices to the maximum length: 32764 (not sure why, but I can't use 32768).
#12 Updated by John Diamond about 5 years ago
- Status changed from Assigned to Feedback
- % Done changed from 100 to 90
Interpreting the offset as a page number won't work with Synoptic array plots. The Array widget will divide the request for 8000+ samples into four requests of 2048 or less. This assumes that the offset is a real array index and ultimately leads to a seg fault.
E-mailed Linden asking if we could change this behavior. Will find out from Charlie when his "big array" support in ACNET will be finished...