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Sampling time is a time period between the adjacent samples in the time scale. In analog-digital converters which work in real time sampling interval is the sampling rate inverse value. In analog-digital converters which work in the equivalent time the time period between the adjacent samples is determined by the equivalent time, not the real one.
Tooling software. It contains various methods to develop user’s own software for the instrument supported, including the appropriate system driver. SDK user should have programming skills using the languages supported by this SDK. As a rule, the development kit contains the instrument documentation, ready functions to work with it, the examples of the original program texts showing the variants of these functions use and also different supplements to make it easier. SDK examples: Windows platform SDK – software development kit for Windows operating system, ACK3106_SDK – software development kit for DSO of ACK-3106 series.