Difference: AMC13ToolGettingStarted (3 vs. 4)

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This page is designed to help you get familiar with the AMC13Tool C++ software and get comfortable with some basic AMC13 functionalities. For a more in-depth look at software commands, please visit the AMC13Tool link on the main page. For a more detailed description of certain AMC13 procedures, please visit the AMC13ToolRecipes link on the home page.
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    1. First, you will need to make sure your TTC optical fiber is properly connected. You will need to loop back a fiber to the bottom-most SFP on the AMC13 front panel.
    2. Next, you will need to enable the AMC ports, the internally generated TTC signal, and internal L1As. This can be done with the command:

Pick an action (h for menu): en 0-11 f t L
Pick an action (h for menu): i 0-11 f t L
  Enabling AMC inputs from list: 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 Link status: 04100fff Enable Fake Event Generator
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  Enable Local L1A generation
The enable command in the first line ('i') is the same as ('en') these commands an be used interchangeably (e.g. 'en 0-11 f t L' works the same as the first line above).
    1. Now check the status of your AMC13 using the following command:
      Pick an action (h for menu): st
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