Creating High-Performance Data Streaming Systems
View a webcast on how to create high-performance stream to and from disk system with up to 2.8 GB/s data rates.
High-speed data streaming is the act of transferring data between an instrument and memory, either on a host PC or on a hard disk drive. National Instruments offers data-streaming devices that can sustain transfers at 750 MB/s for up to 12 terabytes of data. You can use multiple data storage devices to create systems with up to 2.8 GB/s of streaming to and from disk data rates with more than 48 terabytes of storage space. Individual modular instruments from NI are capable of the following:
Featured Data-Streaming Applications
Learn about real-time streaming of radio frequency (RF) signals to and from disk. Related applications include spectral (spectrum) monitoring and signal intelligence.
Obtain information on intermediate frequency (IF) and baseband time domain signal streaming to and from disk.
Learn about high-channel-count sensor arrays that spatially locate sources of noise and vibration. This application is also known as acoustic imaging.
How to Stream Data with NI Products