There is significant value in recording both high-speed (dynamic) and low-speed (steady-state) data into one time-synchronous file.
Most test scenarios incorporate both high- and low-speed measurements. However, when different systems are used during testing, post-test synchronization is needed to combine the separate high-speed and low-speed data files. This approach adds complexity and cost, and slows down the process of each and every test performed.
By recording dynamic and steady-state data together, you speed your testing processes and uncomplicate the data analysis phase by keeping all recordings in a single open-standard DATX file, regardless of speed.