Example Results

Showing 1-4 of 4 results
Greatest Common Factor Reference Example for LabVIEW FPGA www.ni.com/example/31127/en/
This example returns the Greatest Common Factor of up to ten values using the Euclidian algorithm. This function is not safe for Single-Cycle Timed Loops (SCTLs).
Rating: 3.00 Last Modified: May 06 2010 Download Example

Least Common Multiple (LCM) Reference Example for LabVIEW FPGA www.ni.com/example/31129/en/
This VI computes the least common multiple (LCM) of up to ten values using an iterative method in a Single-Cycle Timed Loop (SCTL). This VI cannot be placed inside a SCTL.
Rating: 2.67 Last Modified: May 06 2010 Download Example

Multiply Accumulate (MAC) optimized for DSP48E slice using HDL node www.ni.com/example/30959/en/
A Multiply Accumulate (MAC) operation is a common type of operation in FPGA that can be carried out in normal logic or optimized with the Virtex-5 FPGAs using a special slice calle...
Rating: 3.43 Last Modified: April 26 2012 Download Example

LabVIEW FPGA Scaling and Division www.ni.com/example/29021/en/
The examples show how to implement non-integer scaling/multiplication as well as division in LabVIEW FPGA. The examples are described in detail in the referenced application note. ...
Rating: 1.00 Last Modified: January 13 2010 Download Example

Search Syntax Summary

OperatorExampleActionBoolean Equivalent
" " "temperature monitoring" Requires two terms to be adjacent to each other. In this example, only documents containing the phrase "temperature monitoring" will be shown. ADJ
+ +temperature Requires this term to be present as-is, eliminating the use of synonyms. This search query can be used in conjunction with other keywords to find only documents containing the word "temperature". AND
- -monitoring Excludes results containing this term. Use this query in conjunction with other terms to find only documents not containing the word "monitoring" NOT
* monitor* Acts as a wildcard. This example will return documents containing words "monitor", "monitoring", "monitored", etc n/a

Basic Tips

  • Search is not case sensitive. Searching for LabVIEW is the same as searching for labview.
  • Keep your query short and focused, including all relevant keywords. For example, searching for labview error is much more vague than labview error 1041.
  • Usually, all punctuation and special characters are interpreted as delimiters and are ignored. See exceptions on the Syntax page. Be especially careful when using a minus sign in front of an error number, as it excludes it from the results.
  • Search for keywords you would expect to see on a page. For example, terms pxi does not work are unlikely to appear in technical documentation. The query like analog output noise will return better search results.

Advanced Tips

  • You locale settings identify your current geographical location and affect your search results. For example, if you set your country to Japan, Japanese documents will get boosted in your search results. Check your locale settings in the top right corner of the search page.