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NI 579x Synchronization Repeatability Example www.ni.com/example/31603/en/
This project demonstrates how to implement synchronization repeatability using the MIMO Streaming Project Template. Use this example to synchronize the NI 5791, NI 5792, or NI 5793...
Rating: 4.00 Last Modified: November 21 2013 Download Example

Pulse Width Modulation Example DAQ Personality www.ni.com/example/30303/en/
This example personality is from the Customize Your DAQ Device Series.  This example personality uses 12 digital lines to output a PWM signal and 4 digital lines to input...
Rating: 1.00 Last Modified: December 08 2014 Download Example

Making High Performance ACLR Measurements through the 5665 www.ni.com/example/31575/en/
This example program shows you how to make best in class ACLR measurements using the NI 5665. For example, you can get up to -84 dBc in adjacent channels for WCDMA.
Rating: 5.00 Last Modified: December 21 2012 Download Example

Medical Coexistence Testing Methods for Bluetooth and WLAN www.ni.com/example/31572/en/
In wireless coexistence scenarios, two or more collocated devices transmit data sharing available time and frequency resources.  The FDA has issued a draft guidance to assist desig...
Rating: 0.00 Last Modified: May 08 2013

Zarlink ZL70102 Medical Telemetry Wireless Radio LabVIEW Example www.ni.com/example/31567/en/
The Zarlink ZL70102 IC is designed for use in both implanted medical devices and base stations. Operating in the 402 – 405 MHz MICS (Medical Implantable Communications Service) ban...
Rating: 0.00 Last Modified: May 08 2013

Duty Cycle (Channel Utilization) Testing of Medical RF Wireless Networks www.ni.com/example/31566/en/
The following example shows an NI LabVIEW application that measures duty cycle, or channel utilization, for RF coexistence testing. The graphical programming paradigm of NI LabVIEW...
Rating: 0.00 Last Modified: May 08 2013 Download Example

Controls Laboratory Courseware using PXI and ECP Plants www.ni.com/example/31471/en/
University : University of Texas, Austin Department : Aerospace Engineering and Engineering Mechanics Professor : Dr. Robert Bishop, Dr. Jeannie Falcon Course: ASE 170P  Cours...
Rating: 3.33 Last Modified: February 16 2011 Download Example

Mixed-Signal Audio Tests using LabVIEW DAQmx and DigAudio www.ni.com/example/31457/en/
This example shows how to develop mixed-signal audio stimulus-response measurements. This application uses an NI-4461, 24-bit, 204kS/s analog audio generator/analyzer (programmed w...
Rating: 3.56 Last Modified: November 08 2010 Download Example

Peer-to-Peer (P2P) NI RF Signal Analyzer to FPGA Module Example www.ni.com/example/31398/en/
This example demonstrates how to use the peer-to-peer streaming functionality between the NI PXIe-5663 and the NI PXIe-7965R.
Rating: 0.00 Last Modified: July 21 2010 Download Example

Multi Record Analog Trigger using NI-Scope, NI-P2P, and NI FlexRIO™ www.ni.com/example/31369/en/
This example program uses NI-SCOPE, NI FlexRIO™, and NI-P2P streaming API to perform a multi record acquisition using an analog trigger and acquisition engine implemented with LabV...
Rating: 2.67 Last Modified: November 29 2016 Download Example

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