The cables labeled "Gur2" which were connected to channels 2,3,4 of the PEM-ADCU have been moved to the PCIX ADC which is connected directly to the ASS machine. This means that until I (a) put the cables back or (b) figure out how to route channels from the ASS ADC to the RFM, we won't be able to use these channels for environmental monitoring, nor will they be saved.
The Gur2_X, Gur2_Y, Gur2_Z channels are now connected to the 2nd, 3rd and 4th ADC channels respectively, on the ASS ADC (the first channel / TP1 is ADC0_0, which is the 1pps signal.). The sketchy thing about the setup is the connection between the cables and the new ADC board. The PCIX card is connected to the ASS via a white ribbon cable, and the board is just sitting on top of the computer box. The 1pps (which has been hooked up for a long time) goes into the board via clip-doodles. The regular channels have a SCSI cable connector, so I used a SCSI cable to connect up the ADC tester board, and connected my seismometer inputs to this tester board via more clip doodles. Clearly this is a sketchy solution, and not okay for more than a day or so. But we'll see how it goes.
I'm going to, on the SimuLink Diagram, change the input source of these channels, from the RFMN to the ADC. Then we'll see if that fixes our timing problem, and magically makes everything relating to the OAF work, and subtract huge amounts of noise.