Using FPGAs in Test Applications
FPGAs are reprogrammable silicon chips. Using prebuilt logic blocks and programmable routing resources, you can configure these chips to implement custom hardware functionality to perform data reduction and signal processing, system control, or closed-loop I/O and protocols. FPGAs can add value to complex test applications and offer high reliability, high determinism, true parallelism, and reconfigurability.
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Is Your SMU Built for Automated Test?
As requirements evolve, traditional source measure units (SMUs) struggle to perform high-performance tasks such as capturing detailed transient characteristics. Learn how modular SMUs outperform traditional instruments.
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Holiday Hacks: LabWindows/CVI Interface to Arduino UNO
See how community member Tom Burke built an interface to Arduino UNO with an LCD shield in LabWindows/CVI.
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Holiday Hacks: Useful Utilities and Sample Code
Try some of LabWindows/CVI user Guillaum Dargauds productivity tricks and example code to improve your application.
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