Is it possible to use two timers to send frequency output at the same frequency but different phases? (i.e. 90 degrees from one another, so the pulses alternate). I believe that this is possible with the T7, but wanted to check if it might also be possible with the u3 that I already own.
Also, if I have analog inputs in streaming mode simultaneous with timers doing frequency output, should I expect any consistent relation between these? Are they driven by the same clock, and should I expect any phase difference between the two if running at the same frequency? Presumably the sample acquisition takes some amount of time that depends on the number of channels being sampled, but could I expect the sample acquisition start time to occur simultaneous with the timer pulse onset? (I'm using the input to monitor the output of the device that is receiving the frequency output, so if the send and sample events are simultaneous while the communication to and update on the device takes time, I might need to add a phase delay to the sampling [possibly by adding other dummy channels before the one I want?] to be able to measure the device once its updated)