I have fixed the binary whitening switching for the ETMs (ETMX and ETMY). See below for a description of what some of the issues were.
The ETMX whitening/no-whitening response (same measurements performed in my previous post on checking vertex sus whitening switching) looks as it should. The ETMY response seems to indicate that the switching is happening, but the measurements are very noise. I had to up the averaging significantly to get anything sensible. There's something else going on with ETMY. I'll follow up on that in another post.
ul : 3.28258088774 = 10.3243087313 db
ll : 3.31203559803 = 10.4018999194 db
sd : 3.27932572306 = 10.3156911129 db
lr : 3.28189942386 = 10.3225053532 db
ur : 3.31351020008 = 10.4057662366 db
ul : 2.9802607099 = 9.4850851468 db
ll : 1.46693103911 = 3.3281939600 db
sd : 2.19178266285 = 6.8159497462 db
lr : 2.2716636118 = 7.1268804285 db
ur : 3.42348315519 = 10.6893639064 db
One of the big problems was that the most up-to-date end rack cable diagrams (that I can find) are inconsistent with the actual binary mapping. The diagram says that:
In fact, the binary outputs are switched, such that output A carries the OSEM signals, and output B carries the QPD whitening signals.
I SWITCHED THE CABLES AT THE BINARY OUTPUT ADAPTER CHASSIS so that:
The rest of the wiring remains the same.
I made the same transformation for ETMY as well.