My LVM files do not have evenly separated time stamps. Is this by design? I want to record data from multiple channels at say 100S/s and see this in my LVM file. Ideally each of the 100 data points would be separated by 0.01s. This is not what I get.
I have tried changing the samples per second and the samples per channel inputs on my timing and read VIs but I don't get even spacing. I have figured out that the DAQmx Read VI always cuts the number of samples in the file in half. So sampling at 100S/s gives me 50 data points per second in my LVM file. Given that it cuts the points in half, I would like the spacing to be .00, .02, .04 etc., but I get this: .00, .01, .02, .03, .08, .09, .10, .11, .16, .17, .18, .19...
Is this normal or am I missing something?