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FPGA Digital Debounce Filter Reference Example www.ni.com/example/31251/en/
This simple example VI shows how to implement a digital debounce filter in LabVIEW FPGA. This code can be used to clean up a digital input signal which may contain extra pulses (bo...
Rating: 3.57 Last Modified: April 19 2010 Download Example

NI CompactRIO Waveform Reference Library www.ni.com/example/31206/en/
The following installer contains host VIs, FPGA templates, and example projects for performing waveform data acquisition on NI RIO hardware. The configuration and acquisition VIs i...
Rating: 4.64 Last Modified: May 02 2017

Digital Delay Generator Reference Example for LabVIEW FPGA and R series www.ni.com/example/31131/en/
This example shows how to use a National Instruments Reconfigurable I/O (RIO) board as a digital delay generator and discusses when it is appropriate to do so.
Rating: 3.00 Last Modified: May 06 2010 Download Example

CANopen Reference Example for the NI-9853 C-Series CAN Module www.ni.com/example/31093/en/
The CANopen protocol is a higher level protocol which is based on CAN, a message-based bus protocol which facilitates communication between devices typically on an in-vehicle netwo...
Rating: 5.00 Last Modified: January 09 2013 Download Example

DDS Waveform Generation Reference Design for LabVIEW FPGA (Archived) www.ni.com/example/31066/en/
One common method used to generate repetitive, arbitrary waveforms with high degrees of frequency and phase control is direct digital synthesis (DDS). This reference design shows h...
Rating: 2.33 Last Modified: January 26 2016 Download Example

64-bit Tick Count and Wait Function Reference Example for LabVIEW FPGA www.ni.com/example/31046/en/
The Tick Count and Wait functions in LabVIEW FPGA provide resolution of 8-bit, 16-bit and 32-bit. In some advanced applications, timing operations using 64-bit value ranges is nece...
Rating: 0.00 Last Modified: May 06 2010 Download Example

Semaphore Reference Design for LabVIEW FPGA www.ni.com/example/31014/en/
When developing applications using LabVIEW FPGA it becomes necessary to use shared resources such as a local and global variables, non-reentrant VIs, etc. in multiple locations on ...
Rating: 5.00 Last Modified: May 06 2010 Download Example

Oversampled Frequency Measurement Reference Example for LabVIEW FPGA www.ni.com/example/30835/en/
This application is an example using cRIO and FPGA to do multi-channel oversampled frequency measurements which are measured over a set time period as a means to increase measureme...
Rating: 0.00 Last Modified: September 27 2016 Download Example

FPGA Get Loop Time www.ni.com/example/30439/en/
FPGA Get Loop Time Overview A small VI useful for benchmarking and monitoring loop rates of a VI. A common way to monitor the speed of a loop in LabVIEW is to use a tick count function fed back through ...
Rating: 3.00 Last Modified: January 13 2010 Download Example

Pulse Train Generation with LabVIEW FPGA on CompactRIO www.ni.com/example/26726/en/
This example shows a very simple method to generate a continuous pulse train of a variable frequency and duty cycle. The pulse train is generated on the FPGA and is output from a c...
Rating: 1.00 Last Modified: January 14 2010 Download Example

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