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= SDK 6.1.x =
 
= SDK 6.1.x =
  
The receive bandwidth of the DAQ can now be adjusted through the daq API. The low pass filter (anti-aliasing) cut-off frequency can be set through '''daqSequencePrms.lowPassFilterCutOff''' as a function of sampling frequency (which is either 40 or 80 MHz). The high pass filter (removes the DC) cut-off frequency can be set through '''daqSequencePrms.highPassFilterCutOff''' as a function of low pass filter's cut-off frequency. Please see the daq_def.h file for more details.
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The receive bandwidth of the DAQ can now be adjusted through the daq API. The low pass filter (anti-aliasing) cut-off frequency can be set through '''daqSequencePrms.lowPassFilterCutOff''' as a function of sampling frequency (which is either 40 or 80 MHz). The high pass filter (removes the DC) cut-off frequency can be set through '''daqSequencePrms.highPassFilterCutOff''' as a function of low pass filter's cut-off frequency.
  
 
= SDK 6.0.x =
 
= SDK 6.0.x =

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