Is there any way to get x-axis i.e. time domain information when viewing the results in the time domain? I am seeing my inputs, namely two 40MHz sine waves, but there is no way of knowing the period/frequency from the plot.
Sorry there are no measurements for the time domain available for the IIO Scope.
What you can do is export your capture into a file (e.g. .mat) and import it in some signal processing tool like MATLAB or Octave and perform your measurements.
Edit: In case you really just wanted labels rather than measurements there is a X-axis label at the top of the plot that counts the number of samples:
To assist you further can you please share us more details like the processor,IDE that you are using.
Also please let us know your operating system.
Can you provide more details to assist you further?
I am running Linux on a NIOS 2 soft processor within an Intel/Altera Arria 10 GX development kit interfacing with ADI's 'DAQ2' data converter eval board http://www.analog.com/en/design-center/evaluation-hardware-and-software/evaluation-boards-kits/eval-ad-fmcdaq2-ebz.html, communicating with each other over the JESD204B interface. I'm using IIO Oscilloscope to instruct the Arria 10's internal DDS to set a 40MHz sine wave- actually two for the I and Q of quadrature modulation- then sending this to the DAQ2, where the AD9144 DAC converts to analog, sends out across 2 RF cables and looped back to the board. From here the signal goes to the AD9680 ADC, is converted back to JESD204B format, sent back to the Arria 10. The captured data is then sent to the PC via 10GigE connector, where it is displayed using the IIO Oscilloscope application.
Operating system on my PC is Windows 7
Moved to Linux Software Drivers section.
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