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Hearing Aid Example in NI Multisim www.ni.com/example/31328/en/
Download the .zip file below featuring labs and Multisim circuit files for exploring the use of op-amps and filter circuits to design a simple hearing aid with Multisim and the NI ...
Rating: 4.00 Last Modified: March 27 2012 Download Example

Exploring Wheatstone Bridges with NI Multisim www.ni.com/example/31325/en/
The Wheatstone bridge is a technique for measuring voltage or resistance changes. The voltage between the midpoints of two parallel voltage dividers is measured, and the value of o...
Rating: 4.00 Last Modified: March 27 2012 Download Example

Explore Electrocardiogram (ECG) Signals in Multisim www.ni.com/example/31327/en/
An electrocardiogram (ECG) is a graphic tracing of the variations in electrical potential detected at the body surface caused by the excitation and relaxation of the heart muscle. ...
Rating: 2.60 Last Modified: March 27 2012 Download Example

Archived: ALU Design and Test Example for NI Digital Electronics FPGA Board Xilinx ISE and NI ELVIS www.ni.com/example/31176/en/
This document has been archived and is no longer updated by National Instruments. This example demonstrates the creation of a four function three bit ALU using the NI Digital Elect...
Rating: 3.33 Last Modified: November 13 2017 Download Example

Traffic Light Example for NI Digital Electronics FPGA Board Using Xiinx ISE and VHDL www.ni.com/example/31178/en/
This example demonstrates the creation of a traffic light controller using the NI Digital Electronics FPGA Board with Xilinx ISE and VHDL. A demonstration of this example can be se...
Rating: 3.57 Last Modified: May 12 2009 Download Example

ALU Design and Testing Example for NI Digital Electronics FPGA Board Using LabVIEW and NI ELVIS www.ni.com/example/31177/en/
This example demonstrates the creation of a four function three bit ALU using the NI Digital Electronics Board with LabVIEW FPGA, and the testing of that ALU in hardware using the ...
Rating: 3.00 Last Modified: March 29 2011 Download Example

Traffic Light Example for NI Digital Electronics FPGA Board Using LabVIEW FPGA www.ni.com/example/31179/en/
This example demonstrates the creation of a traffic light controller using the NI Digital Electronics FPGA Board with LabVIEW FPGA. It is part of a series of examples for the NI Di...
Rating: 3.00 Last Modified: February 23 2011 Download Example

Biomedical Application: Multisim Simulation with an ECG Amplifier www.ni.com/example/30925/en/
This example program which include NI Multisim and NI LabVIEW is one in a series which showcases the power of using advanced LabVIEW instruments within the simulation environment. ...
Rating: 3.84 Last Modified: March 08 2011 Download Example

Bioinstrumentation 101 with NI LabVIEW, NI ELVIS and NI Multisim www.ni.com/webcast/1389/en/
Bioinstrumentation, a core course for biomedical engineering majors requires students to design, simulate, and prototype components found in major medical devices such as an instrumentation amplifier or ...

Bioinstrumentation 102 with NI LabVIEW, NI ELVIS, and NI Multisim www.ni.com/webcast/1414/en/
Bioinstrumentation, a core course for biomedical engineering majors requires students to design, simulate, and prototype components found in major medical devices such as an instrumentation amplifier or ...