PXI Embedded Controller Based on Intel Xeon
CPU performance almost single handedly determines the measurement speed of instruments. PXI’s modular nature makes it easy to upgrade your test and measurement system CPU. NI has partnered with Intel to deliver the latest technology to PXI with the NI PXIe-8880 Intel Xeon 8-core embedded controller. Pair the controller with LabWindows™/CVI to easily take advantage of the many cores with native multithreading.
• Learn more about multithreading in LabWindows/CVI
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Product Updates and Case Study
NI-RFmx Features New C API
The NI-RFmx Spectral Analysis Toolkit introduces a high-level measurement experience that can decrease development time and test time. Decouple acquisition from analysis, and learn how new threads are inherently spawned to analyze data in parallel.
• Simplifying complex RF measurements
Developing an Integrated Avionics Test System Based on LabWindows/CVI, LabVIEW Software, and PXI
Learn how Selex Galileo used NI LabWindows/CVI and the LabVIEW FPGA Module, along with a PXI chassis with an embedded NI controller to design a programmable, integrated test system for testing LCDs for the aircraft fighter-bomber, Tornado.
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Learn About the LabWindows/CVI Execution Profiler Toolkit
bottlenecks and optimize the run-time performance of your multithreaded LabWindows/CVI application. Using the Profile Viewer you can easily determine which functions and threads have the longest execution time and determine the cause of a slow test system.
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Learn About Open Multiprocessing
LabWindows/CVI adheres to the OpenMP Specification, which provides a structured, standardized approach to multithreaded programming. You can readily share data between threads and create scalable programs that can be ported to various compilers and operating systems.
See instructions in the LabWindows/CVI Community
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