Sustained data rate

Term Definition
Sustained data rate

The sustained data rate means the average transfer rate from the digitizer to the host PC. The sustained data rate measures the actual rate of real data and is NOT including headers and channel coding. The ADQ can maintain the sustained data rate continuously and uninterrupted. (Note that the PC must have the capacity to receive the data at the specified rate.)

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