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This screen shows the status of the various QAM receiver DMA channels.

    A gray row indicates an inactive channel (not currently open / in-use).A white row indicates an active channel with a nominal current condition and no previous errors.An amber row indicates an active channel with a nominal current condition, but previously had overflow errors.A red row indicates an active channel that is presently in an overflow condition.
      Chan is the DMA channel number.% Full is the percentage of the current DMA buffer that has already been filled.Pkts RX is the total number of packets received since the channel has been active.Pkts Avail is the total number of packets that have passed all filtering and have been made available to the consumer(s) since the channel has been active.Overflows is the total number of DMA buffer overflows that have occurred since the channel has been active. This number should typically be zero or a very low number.Seconds is the number of seconds that the channel has been active.


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