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Thermal and Power Planning of Automated Test Systems www.ni.com/webcast/4174/en/
Learn best practices for planning the proper cooling and power infrastructure in your test systems, from optimizing heat dissipation within the test rack to planning for reliable and consistent operation ...

Building a Test System: Improving ATE Test Sequence Adaptability Using HALs and MALs (Bloomy Controls, Inc.) www.ni.com/webcast/4173/en/
Hardware abstraction layers (HALs) and measurement abstraction layers (MALs) save you time, money, and frustration by reducing the impact of hardware changes, maximizing code reuse, and lessening development ...

Managing Applications with the LabVIEW Project Explorer- Chapter 1 www.ni.com/webcast/707/en/
Best practices and recommendations for how to setup file hierarchies on disk to prepare for large application development in LabVIEW.

Switching, Mass Interconnect, and Fixturing Considerations www.ni.com/webcast/4172/en/
Automated test applications often require implementing a network of switches that facilitate signal routing between the variety of instrumentation in your system and the devices under test. Learn about ...

Building a Test System: What I Wish I Had Known Before I Started Deploying Test Systems www.ni.com/webcast/4171/en/
Examine test system deployment best practices that range from initial hardware and software design considerations to software installation (disk replication) and subsequent updates. Gain effective approaches ...

Using a PXI Oscilloscope/Digitizer www.ni.com/video/4021/en/
PXI oscilloscopes feature an open architecture and flexible, software-defined functionality to deliver unmatched versatility for both time- and frequency-domain applications. With an NI PXI oscilloscope, ...

Introduction to LabWindows™/CVI - ANSI C Development Environment www.ni.com/video/988/en/
Watch this demo to learn about National Instruments LabWindows/CVI. NI LabWindows/CVI is a proven ANSI C development environment for test and measurement that greatly increases the productivity of engineers ...

RF & Wireless Virtual Series us.ni.com/rf-and-wireless-virtual-series
Learn how a modular, software-defined platform can help you reduce test time, increase productivity, and lower cost.

Graphical Scripting for LabVIEW - Part 2 www.ni.com/webcast/1957/en/
The webcast will focus on using this new functionality and learning about recently released third-party tools for LabVIEW that take advantage of this API.

Graphical Scripting for LabVIEW - Part 1 www.ni.com/webcast/1958/en/
The webcast will focus on using this new functionality and learning about recently released third-party tools for LabVIEW that take advantage of this API.

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