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  1. How do we calculate the optimal Sine wave waveform on a NI-6723? What is the best settings to generate a clean sine wave with the NI-6723? According to the specs it can do 800KS/s (45KSamplings/second per channel). I'm using 8 AO channels. What would be the best settings for the Waveform Buffer Generation and for the DAQmx Timing (Sample Clock)? Do I need to add a Regen? Other information: When I set the Resulting Sample Clock Rate to 450000, the card gives no issues and generates a somewhat clean sine wave, with the exception of spikes when the sine wave crosses 0 (Glitch Energy of the NI-6723, scoping it does show it is as per specs of 2us for 400mv, this will be problematic when my lowest amplitude is 450mV...). I inherited a code and need to clean up the sine waves generated by the NI-6723 at 45KS/s for 3KHz with a forced samples per buffer at 750: When I set Sampling Rate at 450KS/s This was the code that generated the sine wave (20 instead of 2 and the disable was enabled). The code I inherited is at least 100 monitors square with a lot of loops and flat sequences, so I'm not sure if I can accelerate the loop (it is not running on a RT, so I assume it can be changed to a normal loop with a Wait for Next). I'm testing the code in a test vi. Thanks
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