Base memory address of mapped memory
MappedMemoryBase is the base address of the mapped memory used for low level read and write operations.
The memory address is returned as a string representing a hexadecimal value. For example, if the mapped memory base is 200000, then MappedMemoryBase returns 200000H. If no memory is mapped, MappedMemoryBase is 0H.
Create the VISA-VXI object vv associated with a VXI chassis with index 0, and an Agilent® E1432A digitizer with logical address 130.
vv = visa('agilent','VXI0::130::INSTR'); fopen(vv)
Map 16 bytes in the A16 address space with no offset, and then return the base address of the mapped memory.
memmap(vv,'A16',0,16) vv.MappedMemoryBase ans = 16737610H