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Provisioning a PXI Controller to the NI Linux Real-Time Operating System www.ni.com/tutorial/55153/en/
This document provides instructions on how to convert a PXIe controller to the NI Linux Real-Time Operating System. It covers hardware and software compatibility, and it includes t...

Activate NI Software Using Your NI User Account www.ni.com/tutorial/54773/en/
Single Seat customers can activate their NI Software using their NI User Account. Whether they purchase the software new or register their software via My Products , you can activa...

Update Volume License Manager (VLM) 3.x to a New Version www.ni.com/tutorial/54718/en/
It just takes a few steps to convert, update or upgrade your NI Volume License Manager (VLM) from one version to another. Use these steps to ensure a successful conversion.

Using CompactRIO with the NI-DAQmx API www.ni.com/tutorial/54403/en/
CompactRIO with NI-DAQmx is the latest addition to the CompactRIO controller family. It brings two software experiences into one by combining the ease-of-use of NI-DAQmx and the lo...

How to Install Add-Ons via NI Package Manager (NIPM) www.ni.com/tutorial/54221/en/
The LabVIEW NXG add-ons require you to have LabVIEW NXG pre-installed on your machine. If you do not have LabVIEW NXG, please click the button below to go to the download page. Dow...

Licensing LabVIEW NXG When on a Volume License Program www.ni.com/tutorial/54326/en/
Members of our volume licensing programs, including Volume License Agreements and Enterprise Agreements, license NI software through a Volume License Server. This type of licensing...

Main Page: Setting Up Your CompactRIO System www.ni.com/tutorial/54281/en/
This document provides a walkthrough on how to setup your CompactRIO System and perform your first measurement in LabVIEW. If you are a new user of CompactRIO Hardware & Software p...

FPGAs for Wireless Engineers Series: Go from a Concept to FPGA Code with No HDL Expertise www.ni.com/tutorial/54245/en/
Wireless engineers often want to use over-the-air signals to go from concept to prototype. Software defined radios (SDRs) such as the USRP (Universal Software Radio Peripheral) dev...

FPGAs for Wireless Engineers Series: Immediately Connect Your FPGA Algorithms to I/O www.ni.com/tutorial/54244/en/
Wireless engineers often want to use over-the-air signals to go from concept to prototype. Software defined radios (SDRs) such as the USRP (Universal Software Radio Peripheral) dev...

FPGAs for Wireless Engineers Series: Don’t Let FPGA Compiles Be a Bottleneck www.ni.com/tutorial/54246/en/
Wireless engineers often want to use over-the-air signals to go from concept to prototype. Software defined radios (SDRs) such as the USRP (Universal Software Radio Peripheral) dev...