I am running the AD9371/9375 Reference design. I have mated an ADRV9375 -W/PCBZ evaluation board to an Intel PSG Aria 10 SoC development kit.
IIO Oscilloscope seems very unstable when run under Windows 10 and locks up continually.
I have also built IIO Oscilloscope to run under Ubuntu 14.04 LTs. It appears to be very stable with no issues.
Is this a known behavior or could it be a function of my corporate laptop Windows settings etc?
We haven't tested IIO Oscilloscope on Windows 10 all that much, and it's main use [these days] is to be run on the reference boards [ZC706, ZC102, ZedBoard, etc].
The plan is to phase-out this tool and move things to Scopy, but that will take a while.
But, if you can identify clear-cut-concise steps to reproduce, we can take a look to address some issues directly for IIO Oscilloscope.
When using IIO Oscilloscope version 0.9
1. Connect to the target
2. Select Time Domain for the Plot Type
3. Enable a trigger on one of the available channels
4. Press the run button
At this point IIO Oscilloscope becomes unresponsive.
Another operation that has the same result is setting the plot type to Frequency Domain.
Selecting an FFT size of 8192 or larger is ok. Selecting a smaller FTT size results in the application locking up.
The 0.7 release of the tool does not have similar issues
Reply's to an old and marked answered thread is pretty difficult for us to monitor.
Those additional comments often get lost. We take a look into this and create a new release for windows.
Apologies. I am not as familiar as i should be with the format.
Appreciate the support.
Any updates on this?