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comedi_get_hardcal_converter - get converter for hardware-calibrated subdevice
#include <comedilib.h> int comedi_get_hardcal_converter(comedi_t * device, unsigned subdevice, unsigned channel, unsigned range, enum comedi_conversion_direction direction, comedi_polynomial_t * converter);
The function comedi_get_hardcal_converter initializes the comedi_polynomial_t pointed to by converter so it can be passed to either comedi_to_physical, or comedi_from_physical. The result can be used to convert data from the specified subdevice, channel, and range. The direction parameter specifies whether converter will be passed to comedi_to_physical or comedi_from_physical. This function initializes the comedi_polynomial_t pointed to by converter as a simple linear function with no calibration information, appropriate for boards which do their gain/offset/nonlinearity corrections in hardware. If your board needs calibration to be performed in software by the host computer, use comedi_get_softcal_converter instead. A subdevice will advertise the fact that it depends on a software calibration with the SDF_SOFT_CALIBRATED subdevice flag. The result of this function will only depend on the channel parameter if either comedi_range_is_chan_specific or comedi_maxdata_is_chan_specific returns true for the specified subdevice.
Returns 0 on success, -1 on failure.
David Schleef <firstname.lastname@example.org> Author. Frank Mori Hess <email@example.com> Author. Herman Bruyninckx <Herman.Bruyninckx@mech.kuleuven.ac.be> Author. Bernd Porr <firstname.lastname@example.org> Author. Ian Abbott <email@example.com> Author.
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