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PXIe-5164 Interpolation www.ni.com/example/53504/en/
The example is meant to only be used with the PXIe-5164 to interpolate acquired data using convolution. This creates a way to sample more than the 1 GS/s rate of the digitizer.
Rating: 0.00 Last Modified: March 08 2017 Download Example

Download NI-DAQmx Shipping Examples for LabVIEW 2012 or Compatible www.ni.com/example/53288/en/
This is a consolidated export of NI-DAQmx shipping examples that have been included since LabVIEW 2012. These are the same examples that are installed on your machine when a compat...
Rating: 0.00 Last Modified: September 30 2016 Download Example

RF Record and Playback Reference Application www.ni.com/example/30352/en/
RF Record and Playback Reference Application Overview This document provides a reference application to perform RF recording and playback. The current example can be found under: http://www.ni.com/white-paper/7209/en/ ...
Rating: 1.00 Last Modified: January 12 2017

RGB Video Generation Using the NI 5431 Video Generator www.ni.com/example/27112/en/
RGB Video Generation This example shows how to create and generate an RGB video using the NI 5431 Arbitrary Video Generator and its accompanying software, NI-Video. The Create RGB ...
Rating: 3.25 Last Modified: August 18 2015 Download Example

Generating Video Signals Containing ITS Lines that Change per Frame www.ni.com/example/27752/en/
This example creates individual binary ITS video line files, which can be used to replace user-selectable lines in a video image. This enables different ITS video files to be seque...
Rating: 2.50 Last Modified: August 18 2015 Download Example

Generating S-Video Data and Waveforms with the NI PXI/PCI-5431 www.ni.com/example/28019/en/
S-video is composed of two independent signals: luminance (Y) and chroma (C). To generate a S-video signal, two NI 5431s are needed: one for the Y signal and one for C signal. This...
Rating: 4.00 Last Modified: August 18 2015 Download Example

Adding a DC Offset to Video Lines www.ni.com/example/25221/en/
Use this example to modify a standard NI-Video image waveform so you can test a Video DC restore system. In video applications, DC restoration moves the backporch or black level of...
Rating: 5.00 Last Modified: August 18 2015 Download Example

Input Leakage Testing Technical Details (IIL, IIH) www.ni.com/example/30949/en/
Overview This document will discuss the technical details of testing the input leakage current on semiconductor devices using a test system created with the PXI platform. To learn ...
Rating: 4.17 Last Modified: June 10 2015 Download Example

Multi-Chassis TClk Synchronization with PXIe-6555/6556 www.ni.com/example/51922/en/
This white paper is a case study that can be helpful for any multi-chassis TClk synchronization between compatible SMC based devices (Digitizers, HSDIO, Function Generators) and us...
Rating: 0.00 Last Modified: March 31 2014 Download Example

Continuous Synchronous Scanning with NI-DMM and NI-SWITCH www.ni.com/example/26490/en/
In a synchronous scanning example, the DMM sends a trigger to the switch whenever it is done making a measurement. When the switch receives the trigger, it advances to the next cha...
Rating: 2.50 Last Modified: November 21 2013 Download Example

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