Signal Generator Applications Main Page

Publish Date: Nov 21, 2013 | 15 Ratings | 3.00 out of 5 |  PDF

Overview

Function and Arbitrary Waveform Generators can be used for a variety of applications because of their ability generate highly customized waveforms from onboard memory. Many of these applications are discussed in the following document.

Table of Contents

  1. Signal Generator Applications Whitepaper Series
  2. Signal Generator Applications Video Series
  3. Choosing the Right NI Signal Generator for Your Application

Welcome to the signal generator applications main page. This page provides a starting point to learn about the wide variety of applications that function and arbitrary waveform generators can service.   The use cases for signal generators described here include: baseband IQ generation, audio/video test, semiconductor characterization, and many others.

Also, for more information on the technologies that NI signal generators utilize to generate advanced signals, please see the Signal Generator Fundamentals main page.

1. Signal Generator Applications Whitepaper Series

 

 
Using NI-TClk to Synchronize Signal Generators

- Technology Behind Multi-Instrument Synchronization
- Introduction to Baseband IQ Generation
- MIMO Signal Generation
- Semiconductor Characterization
- Ultrasonic Phase Array Testing

 
Benefits of SMC-Based Arbitrary Waveform Generators for I/Q Signal Generation

- Utilizing Differential RF Transformers
- Interpolation to Improve Spectral Purity
- Reducing Download Times for Long Waveforms
- Creating Baseband I and Q Data

 
Onboard Signal Processing (OSP) on National Instruments Signal Generators

- Benefits of OSP
- Performance Benchmarks
- Functional Overview of Processing Functions
- FIR Filter Types

 
Video Signal Measurement and Generation Fundamentals

- Parts of a Video Signal
- Composite Video Signals
- Video Formats
- NTSC Frame Scanning

 
Implementing Terabyte Instrumentation Through Integration with Real-Time Recorders

- Common Applications
- Disk Array Configuration
- Software Implementation

 

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2. Signal Generator Applications Video Series

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3. Choosing the Right NI Signal Generator for Your Application

DAQ Analog Output

Function Generator

Arbitrary Waveform Generator

RF Vector Signal Generator

Related Links

ni.com/signalgenerators
ni.com/modularinstruments
Signal Generator Fundamentals
Signal Generator Applications Main Page

 

 

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