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SOURce:RECeiver:ILEaving
[:SOURce<hw>]:EBOX:USER:ILEaving <Ileaving>
Switches on interleaving and selects the interleaving mode.
Depending on the interleaving settings, the baseband signal is either sent simultaneously
or in I/Q or Q/I order from the DUT to the R&S EX-IQ-BOX or vice versa.
Parameters:
<Ileaving>
OFF | IQ | QI
OFF
Transmits the baseband signal without not Interleaved on the I and
Q data lines.
IQ
Transtmits the baseband signal on the I data line starting with I
data, i.e. "I/Q Interleaved".
Serial transmission, SDR: The strobe signal UI_RES1 lasts for
2 clock cycles. The first clock cycle triggers the I data, the second
the Q data.
Serial transmission, DDR: The strobe signal (UI_Res1) lasts for
1 clock cycle. The rising edge triggers the I data, the falling edge
triggers the Q data.
Parallel transmission, SDR: The I marker output at the
Reserved1 pin UI_RES1 of the user interface marks the I data.
Parallel transmission, DDR: The rising edge of the clock signal
triggers the I data, the falling edge the Q data.
QI
Transmits the baseband signal on the I data line starting with Q
data, i.e. "Q/I Interleaved". With interchanged order of the I and Q
data the I/Q signal is transferred similarly as described under I/Q
Interleaved.
*RST: 
OFF
Example: 
SOUR1:EBOX:USER:ILE IQ
sets the interleaving mode to "IQ".
Manual operation: See " Interleaving" on page 104
[:SOURce]:BBIN:EXTernal:SRATe?
[:SOURce<hw>]:IQ:OUTPut:EXTernal:SRATe?
SOURce:TRANsmitter:SRATe
SOURce:RECeiver:SRATe
[:SOURce<hw>]:EBOX:USER:SRATe?
Note: This command refers to R&S DigIConf and R&S Signal Generators.
This command queries the current sample rate of the external digital baseband signal.
Return values: 
<Srate>
float
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Example: 
SOUR1:EBOX:USER:SRAT?
queries the "sample rate" of the externally applied baseband sig-
nal.
Usage: 
Query only
9.3.5 Clock Subsystem
The USER:CLOCk subsystem contains the commands for configuration of the clock sig-
nal, and the corresponding output and input connectors.
[:​SOURce]:​BBIN:​EXTernal:​CLOCk:​PHASe​
.......................................................................267
[:​SOURce<hw>]:​IQ:​OUTPut:​EXTernal:​CLOCk:​PHASe​
......................................................267
SOURce:​TRANsmitter:​CLOCk:​PHASe​
.............................................................................267
SOURce:​RECeiver:​CLOCk:​PHASe​
..................................................................................267
[:​SOURce<hw>]:​EBOX:​USER:​CLOCk:​PHASe​
..................................................................267
[:​SOURce]:​BBIN:​EXTernal:​CLOCk:​POLarity​
.....................................................................267
[:​SOURce<hw>]:​IQ:​OUTPut:​EXTernal:​CLOCk:​POLarity​
.....................................................267
SOURce:​TRANsmitter:​CLOCk:​POLarity​
...........................................................................267
SOURce:​RECeiver:​CLOCk:​POLarity​
................................................................................267
[:​SOURce<hw>]:​EBOX:​USER:​CLOCk:​POLarity​
................................................................267
[:​SOURce]:​BBIN:​EXTernal:​CLOCk:​RATE​
.........................................................................267
[:​SOURce<hw>]:​IQ:​OUTPut:​EXTernal:​CLOCk:​RATE​
........................................................267
SOURce:​TRANsmitter:​CLOCk:​RATE​
...............................................................................267
SOURce:​RECeiver:​CLOCk:​RATE​
....................................................................................268
[:​SOURce<hw>]:​EBOX:​USER:​CLOCk:​RATE​
....................................................................268
[:​SOURce<hw>]:​EBOX:​USER:​CLOCk:​REFerence:​FREQuency​
..........................................269
[:​SOURce<hw>]:​EBOX:​USER:​CLOCk:​REFerence:​VALue?​
................................................269
[:​SOURce]:​BBIN:​EXTernal:​CLOCk:​SKEW:​IN​
....................................................................269
[:​SOURce<hw>]:​IQ:​OUTPut:​EXTernal:​CLOCk:​SKEW:​IN​
...................................................269
SOURce:​TRANsmitter:​CLOCk:​SKEW:​IN​
..........................................................................269
SOURce:​RECeiver:​CLOCk:​SKEW:​IN​
...............................................................................269
[:​SOURce<hw>]:​EBOX:​USER:​CLOCk:​SKEW:​IN​
...............................................................269
[:​SOURce]:​BBIN:​EXTernal:​CLOCk:​SKEW:​OUT​
................................................................270
[:​SOURce<hw>]:​IQ:​OUTPut:​EXTernal:​CLOCk:​SKEW:​OUT​
................................................270
SOURce:​TRANsmitter:​CLOCk:​SKEW:​OUT​
......................................................................270
SOURce:​RECeiver:​CLOCk:​SKEW:​OUT​
...........................................................................270
[:​SOURce<hw>]:​EBOX:​USER:​CLOCk:​SKEW:​OUT​
...........................................................270
[:​SOURce]:​BBIN:​EXTernal:​CLOCk:​SOURce​
.....................................................................270
[:​SOURce<hw>]:​IQ:​OUTPut:​EXTernal:​CLOCk:​SOURce​
....................................................270
SOURce:​TRANsmitter:​CLOCk:​SOURce​
...........................................................................270
SOURce:​RECeiver:​CLOCk:​SOURce​
................................................................................270
[:​SOURce<hw>]:​EBOX:​USER:​CLOCk:​SOURce​
................................................................270
[:​SOURce]:​BBIN:​EXTernal:​SCRatio​
.................................................................................271
[:​SOURce<hw>]:​IQ:​OUTPut:​EXTernal:​SCRatio​
.................................................................271
SOURce:​TRANsmitter:​SCRatio​
.......................................................................................271
SOURce:​RECeiver:​SCRatio​
............................................................................................271
[:​SOURce<hw>]:​EBOX:​USER:​SCRatio​
............................................................................271
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[:SOURce]:BBIN:EXTernal:CLOCk:PHASe <Phase>
[:SOURce<hw>]:IQ:OUTPut:EXTernal:CLOCk:PHASe <Phase>
SOURce:TRANsmitter:CLOCk:PHASe <Phase>
SOURce:RECeiver:CLOCk:PHASe <Phase>
[:SOURce<hw>]:EBOX:USER:CLOCk:PHASe <Phase>
Sets a phase shift of the active clock edge in 90° steps related to the data bits.
Note: SCPI notation varies
The SCPI notation differs between the commands of R&S generators, R&S DigIConf and
the R&S analyzers, as described below.
Parameters:
<Phase>
0 | 90 | 180 | 270, or P0 | P90 | P180 | P270, respectively
*RST: 
0
0 | 90 | 180 | 270
Enter the value for the phase shift of the clock signal, if you
remotely control R&S DigIConf or R&S signal generators.
P0 | P90 | P180 |
P270
Enter the value with P, when you remotely control R&S signal
analyzers.
Example: 
SOUR1:EBOX:USER:CLOC:PHAS 180
define a phase shift of 180 degree for the clock edge.
Manual operation: See "Clock Phase" on page 118
[:SOURce]:BBIN:EXTernal:CLOCk:POLarity <Polarity>
[:SOURce<hw>]:IQ:OUTPut:EXTernal:CLOCk:POLarity <Polarity>
SOURce:TRANsmitter:CLOCk:POLarity <Polarity>
SOURce:RECeiver:CLOCk:POLarity <Polarity>
[:SOURce<hw>]:EBOX:USER:CLOCk:POLarity <Polarity>
Sets the clock polarity of the active clock edge for triggering the signal transmission.
Note: Setting the clock polarity negative is equivalent to setting the clock phase to 180°.
Parameters:
<Polarity>
POSitive | NEGative
Positive
Activates the rising edge of the clock signal.
Negative
Activates the falling edge of the clock signal.
*RST: 
POSitive
Example: 
SOUR1:EBOX:USER:CLOC:POL NEG
sets negative polarity.
[:SOURce]:BBIN:EXTernal:CLOCk:RATE <Rate>
[:SOURce<hw>]:IQ:OUTPut:EXTernal:CLOCk:RATE <Rate>
SOURce:TRANsmitter:CLOCk:RATE <Rate>
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SOURce:RECeiver:CLOCk:RATE <Rate>
[:SOURce<hw>]:EBOX:USER:CLOCk:RATE <Rate>
Sets/queries the clock rate (frequency) for signal transmission between the R&S EX-IQ-
BOX and the external device (DUT). Depending on the logic type and the clock source
the clock rate range varies).
SCR
DDR
INT
WS
f
f
s
CLK
Fig. 9-1: User defined > Clock rate
f
clk
=clock rate
f
s
=sample rate
WS =Word size
INT =Interleaving mode
DDR=double rata rate
SCR=sample/clock rate ratio
Value range
f
s
=
Sample rate
1 kHz ... 100 MHz
f
clk
==
Clock rate
LVTTL: 1 (25) kHz - 100 MHz*)
LVDS: 1 (25) kHz - 400
MHz*)
WS ==
Word size
4 ... 18 (serial mode)
1 (parallel mode)
Int ==
Interleaving mode
1 (non interleaved)
2 (I/Q and Q/I interleaved)
DDR ==
Double data rate
1 (SDR)
2 (DDR)
SCR ==
Sample/Clock rate
ratio
1, 4/5, 2/5, 1/5, 1/10, 1/20
*) 1 kHz represents the internal clock source, fed in from the R&S Instrument, 25 kHz are given from the
external reference at the user interface.
Note: The value range of the clock rate depends on ProtocolLogic Type and Signal
Type settings.
Parameters:
<Rate>
float
Range: 
1 kHz  to  400 MHz
*RST: 
10 MHz
Example: 
SOUR1:EBOX:USER:CLOC:RATE?
query the current frequency of the clock signal of the R&S EX-IQ-
BOX.
SOUR1:EBOX:USER:CLOC:RATE 10MHZ
set the clock rate of the R&S EX-IQ-BOX to 10 MHz.
Manual operation: See "Clock Rate" on page 115
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[:SOURce<hw>]:EBOX:USER:CLOCk:REFerence:FREQuency <Frequency>
Note: This command applies to R&S DigIConf and is relevant for the internal clock
source.
Defines the frequency value of the reference clock.
The R&S EX-IQ-BOX supports different reference frequencies to be input at REF IN. This
value must be set on the frequency currently supplied.
Parameters:
<Frequency>
5MHZ | 10MHZ | 13MHZ
*RST: 
10 MHz
Example: 
SOUR1:EBOX:USER:CLOC:RATE 13MHZ
set the reference frequency to "13 MHz":
Manual operation: See "Frequency" on page 118
[:SOURce<hw>]:EBOX:USER:CLOCk:REFerence:VALue?
Queries the value of the clock signal at REF IN.
Return values: 
<RefVal>
float
Example: 
SOUR1:EBOX:USER:CLOC:REF:VAL?
query the clock value.
Usage: 
Query only
Manual operation: See "Freq. Counter" on page 119
[:SOURce]:BBIN:EXTernal:CLOCk:SKEW:IN <SkewIn>
[:SOURce<hw>]:IQ:OUTPut:EXTernal:CLOCk:SKEW:IN <SkewIn>
SOURce:TRANsmitter:CLOCk:SKEW:IN <SkewIn>
SOURce:RECeiver:CLOCk:SKEW:IN <SkewIn>
[:SOURce<hw>]:EBOX:USER:CLOCk:SKEW:IN <SkewIn>
Sets a time shift of the active clock edge related to the data bits. This feature is used to
compensate an internal clock skew which is caused by differences of the clock and data
line lengths.
Parameters:
<SkewIn>
float
Range: 
-100.0 ns  to  100.0 ns
*RST: 
0 ns
Example: 
SOUR1:EBOX:USER:CLOC:SKEW:IN 2ns
sets a time shift of 2 ns.
Manual operation: See "Clock In Skew" on page 118
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[:SOURce]:BBIN:EXTernal:CLOCk:SKEW:OUT <Skew>
[:SOURce<hw>]:IQ:OUTPut:EXTernal:CLOCk:SKEW:OUT <Skew>
SOURce:TRANsmitter:CLOCk:SKEW:OUT <Skew>
SOURce:RECeiver:CLOCk:SKEW:OUT <Skew>
[:SOURce<hw>]:EBOX:USER:CLOCk:SKEW:OUT <Skew>
Sets a time shift of the active clock edge related to the data bits. This feature is used to
compensate an external clock skew which is caused by differences of the clock and data
line lengths.
Parameters:
<Skew>
float
Range: 
-5 ns  to  5 ns
*RST: 
0 ns
Example: 
SOUR1:EBOX:USER:CLOC:SKEW:OUT 2ns
sets a time shift of 2 ns.
Manual operation: See "Clock Skew" on page 118
[:SOURce]:BBIN:EXTernal:CLOCk:SOURce <Source>
[:SOURce<hw>]:IQ:OUTPut:EXTernal:CLOCk:SOURce <Source>
SOURce:TRANsmitter:CLOCk:SOURce <Source>
SOURce:RECeiver:CLOCk:SOURce <Source>
[:SOURce<hw>]:EBOX:USER:CLOCk:SOURce <Source>
Selects the clock source for data transmission. Either the R&S instrument or the external
device (DUT) can deliver the reference, irrespective of the transmission path.
Parameters:
<Source>
INTernal | EXTernal | REF
INTernal
The BNC reference of the frequency input is used. The R&S EX-
IQ-BOX synthesizes the clock and forwards it to the external
device.
Note: When using the internal clock frequency, the reference out-
put of the R&S instrument must be connected to the REF IN of the
R&S EX-IQ-BOX at the rear panel. The connection can be kept
during the entire operation even if an external clock reference is
used.
EXTernal
The clock reference is fed in from the external device (DUT) to the
user interface of the R&S EX-IQ-BOX.
*RST: 
REF
Example: 
SOUR1:EBOX:USER:CLOC:SOUR EXT
select the "EXTernal" clock source.
Manual operation: See "Clock Source" on page 116
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[:SOURce]:BBIN:EXTernal:SCRatio <Scratio>
[:SOURce<hw>]:IQ:OUTPut:EXTernal:SCRatio <Scratio>
SOURce:TRANsmitter:SCRatio <Source>
SOURce:RECeiver:SCRatio <Source>
[:SOURce<hw>]:EBOX:USER:SCRatio <Scratio>
Sets the sample to clock rate ratio in parallel data transmission mode. The parameter
characterizes the ratio of the sample rate to the clock rate.
Note: SCPI notation varies
The SCPI notation differs between the commands of R&S generators, R&S DigIConf and
the R&S analyzers, as described below.
Parameters:
<Scratio>
SCR1 | SCR4D5 | SCR2D5 | SCR1D5 | SCR1D10 |
SCR1D20, or 1 | 0.8 | 0.4 | 0.2 | 0.1 | 0.05, respectively
*RST: 
SCR1
SCR1 | SCR4D5...
Enter the respective string, if you run R&S DigIConf or R&S signal
generators.
SCR = Sample Clock rate Ratio, and D represents the decimal
point, according to the following values: SCR = 1, 4/5, 2/5, 1/5,
1/10, 1/20
1 | 0.8...
Enter the value numerically, when you remotely control R&S signal
analyzers.
1, 4/5, 2/5, 1/5, 1/10, 1/20
Set a sample clock rate ratio.
For SCR < 1:
Dummy samples are added.
The signal output SCR_VALID at the Reserved0 pin
(UI_RESERVE_P0) of the user interface marks the validity of the
data.
Note: The values of the sample/clock rate depend on the param-
eter settings of "Word Size", "Interleaving" and "Data Rate" (see
also ​[:​SOURce<hw>]:​EBOX:​USER:​CLOCk:​RATE​ on page 268.
Example: 
SOUR1:EBOX:USER:SCR SCR4D5
set the sample clock rate ratio to "4/5".
Manual operation: See "Sample / Clock Rate Ratio" on page 107
9.3.6 Data Subsystem
The USER:DATA subsystem contains the commands for configuration of the digital I/Q
baseband signal.
[:​SOURce]:​BBIN:​EXTernal:​DATA:​ALIGnment​
...................................................................272
[:​SOURce<hw>]:​IQ:​OUTPut:​EXTernal:​DATA:​ALIGnment​
...................................................272
SOURce:​TRANsmitter:​DATA:​ALIGnment​
.........................................................................272
SOURce:​RECeiver:​DATA:​ALIGnment​
..............................................................................272
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[:​SOURce<hw>]:​EBOX:​USER:​DATA:​ALIGnment​
..............................................................272
[:​SOURce]:​BBIN:​EXTernal:​DATA:​BORDer​
.......................................................................273
[:​SOURce<hw>]:​IQ:​OUTPut:​EXTernal:​DATA:​BORDer​
.......................................................273
SOURce:​TRANsmitter:​DATA:​BORDer​
.............................................................................273
SOURce:​RECeiver:​DATA:​BORDer​
..................................................................................273
[:​SOURce<hw>]:​EBOX:​USER:​DATA:​BORDer​
..................................................................273
[:​SOURce]:​BBIN:​EXTernal:​DATA:​NFORmat​
.....................................................................273
[:​SOURce<hw>]:​IQ:​OUTPut:​EXTernal:​DATA:​NFORmat​
.....................................................273
SOURce:​TRANsmitter:​DATA:​NFORmat​
...........................................................................273
SOURce:​RECeiver:​DATA:​NFORmat​
................................................................................273
[:​SOURce<hw>]:​EBOX:​USER:​DATA:​NFORmat​
................................................................273
[:​SOURce]:​BBIN:​EXTernal:​DATA:​POLarity:​IQ​
...................................................................275
[:​SOURce<hw>]:​IQ:​OUTPut:​EXTernal:​DATA:​POLarity:​IQ​
..................................................275
SOURce:​TRANsmitter:​DATA:​POLarity:​IQ​
.........................................................................275
SOURce:​RECeiver:​DATA:​POLarity:​IQ​
.............................................................................275
[:​SOURce<hw>]:​EBOX:​USER:​DATA:​POLarity:​IQ​
..............................................................275
[:​SOURce]:​BBIN:​EXTernal:​DATA:​SIZE​
............................................................................275
[:​SOURce<hw>]:​IQ:​OUTPut:​EXTernal:​DATA:​SIZE​
............................................................275
SOURce:​TRANsmitter:​DATA:​SIZE​
..................................................................................275
SOURce:​RECeiver:​DATA:​SIZE​
.......................................................................................275
[:​SOURce<hw>]:​EBOX:​USER:​DATA:​SIZE​
.......................................................................275
[:​SOURce]:​BBIN:​EXTernal:​DATA:​SPOLarity​
.....................................................................275
[:​SOURce<hw>]:​IQ:​OUTPut:​EXTernal:​DATA:​SPOLarity​
....................................................275
SOURce:​TRANsmitter:​DATA:​SPOLarity​
...........................................................................275
SOURce:​RECeiver:​DATA:​SPOLarity​
................................................................................275
[:​SOURce<hw>]:​EBOX:​USER:​DATA:​SPOLarity​
................................................................275
[:​SOURce]:​BBIN:​EXTernal:​DATA:​SPOSition​
.....................................................................276
[:​SOURce<hw>]:​IQ:​OUTPut:​EXTernal:​DATA:​SPOSition​
....................................................276
SOURce:​TRANsmitter:​DATA:​SPOSition​
...........................................................................276
SOURce:​RECeiver:​DATA:​SPOSition​
...............................................................................276
[:​SOURce<hw>]:​EBOX:​USER:​DATA:​SPOSition​
................................................................276
[:​SOURce]:​BBIN:​EXTernal:​DATA:​STYPe​
.........................................................................276
[:​SOURce<hw>]:​IQ:​OUTPut:​EXTernal:​DATA:​STYPe​
.........................................................276
SOURce:​TRANsmitter:​DATA:​STYPe​
...............................................................................276
SOURce:​RECeiver:​DATA:​STYPe​
....................................................................................276
[:​SOURce<hw>]:​EBOX:​USER:​DATA:​STYPe​
....................................................................276
[:​SOURce]:​BBIN:​EXTernal:​DATA:​TYPE​
...........................................................................277
[:​SOURce<hw>]:​IQ:​OUTPut:​EXTernal:​DATA:​TYPE​
...........................................................277
SOURce:​TRANsmitter:​DATA:​TYPe​
.................................................................................277
SOURce:​RECeiver:​DATA:​TYPe​
......................................................................................277
[:​SOURce<hw>]:​EBOX:​USER:​DATA:​TYPE​
......................................................................277
[:SOURce]:BBIN:EXTernal:DATA:ALIGnment <Alignment>
[:SOURce<hw>]:IQ:OUTPut:EXTernal:DATA:ALIGnment <Alignment>
SOURce:TRANsmitter:DATA:ALIGnment <Alignment>
SOURce:RECeiver:DATA:ALIGnment <Alignment>
[:SOURce<hw>]:EBOX:USER:DATA:ALIGnment <Alignment>
Note: This command refers to parallel transmission mode.
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Sets the alignment of the data bits on the data lines. Either the MSB or the LSB is mapped
firmly to one data line. Depending on the word size the equivalent bit moves to the appro-
priate data line.
Parameters:
<Alignment>
MSB | LSB
MSB
The MSB (Most Significant Bit) is mapped firmly to the same data
line and the data line of the LSB varies in dependency of the word
size.
LSB
The LSB (Last Significant Bit) is mapped firmly to the same data
line and the data line of the MSB varies in dependency of the word
size.
*RST: 
LSB
Example: 
SOUR1:EBOX:USER:DATA:ALIG LSB
sets the word alignment to "LSB".
Manual operation: See "Word Alignment" on page 109
[:SOURce]:BBIN:EXTernal:DATA:BORDer <Border>
[:SOURce<hw>]:IQ:OUTPut:EXTernal:DATA:BORDer <Border>
SOURce:TRANsmitter:DATA:BORDer <Border>
SOURce:RECeiver:DATA:BORDer <Border>
[:SOURce<hw>]:EBOX:USER:DATA:BORDer <Border>
Sets the order of the data bits. In "Parallel mode", either the LSB or the MSB is transmitted
on the first used data line. In "Serial mode" either the LSB or the MSB is transmitted as
first bit.
Parameters:
<Border>
MSB | LSB
MSB
Transmits the MSB (Most Significant Bit) first.
LSB
Transmits the LSB (Last Significant Bit) first.
*RST: 
LSB
Example: 
SOUR1:EBOX:USER:DATA:BORD MSB
sets the data bit order to MSB.
Manual operation: See "Bit Order" on page 110
[:SOURce]:BBIN:EXTernal:DATA:NFORmat <Nformat>
[:SOURce<hw>]:IQ:OUTPut:EXTernal:DATA:NFORmat <Nformat>
SOURce:TRANsmitter:DATA:NFORmat <Nformat>
SOURce:RECeiver:DATA:NFORmat <Nformat>
[:SOURce<hw>]:EBOX:USER:DATA:NFORmat <Nformat>
Selects the format of the transmitted data.
User Defined - Remote Control Commands
Remote Control Commands
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User Manual 1409.5570.32 ─ 05
Allowed number range for word size n Bit:
-2n-1 ≤ n ≤ +2n+1
Table 9-3: User defined > Numeric format coding
 2´s Complement
Binary Offset
-8
1
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
-7  1
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
-6  1
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
-5
1
0
1
1
0
0
1
1
-4  1
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
-3  1
1
0
1
0
1
0
1
-2
1
1
1
0
0
1
1
0
-1  1
1
1
1
0
1
1
1
 0
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
0
0
0
1
1
0
0
1
 0
0
1
0
1
0
1
0
 0
0
1
1
1
0
1
1
4
0
1
0
0
1
1
0
0
 0
1
0
1
1
1
0
1
 0
1
1
0
1
1
1
0
7
0
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
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