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Previous Advanced DAQ Webcasts
Building Web-Based Data Acquisition Applications
Learn how to take advantage of new web-based technologies for data acquisition, including LabVIEW Web Services software and Wi-Fi and Ethernet DAQ hardware, to develop remote or distributed measurement applications. In this webcast, explore techniques for leveraging existing wired and wireless network infrastructure to build DAQ systems and access measurement data from any web-enabled device.
Tips for Maximizing DAQ Throughput and Performance
Gain an in-depth look at hardware and software technologies for high-performance single-point and buffered I/O. Learn tips and tricks on how to maximize throughput and obtain the best performance.
Advanced Timing and Triggering with R Series Intelligent DAQ
Learn how to graphically program the field-programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) on NI intelligent DAQ devices for custom data acquisition functionality using NI LabVIEW software. Typical multifunction data acquisition devices use a fixed ASIC chip with a predefined feature set for all I/O timing and triggering. NI intelligent DAQ features an open FPGA chip for user-defined timing and triggering as well as onboard processing. By using FPGA-based hardware for system timing, all analog and digital I/O becomes configurable for application-specific operation. In this webcast, learn how to program NI R Series intelligent DAQ devices with the LabVIEW FPGA Module and customize hardware for advanced data acquisition applications.
Five Techniques for Reducing Noise Measurement
Ensuring measurement accuracy often goes beyond reading raw specifications off a data sheet. Understanding an application in the context of its electrical environment is important, particularly in a noisy or industrial setting. Ground loops, high voltage transients, and electromagnetic radiation are all examples of noise that can adversely affect a signal. Learn five techniques for reducing or eliminating the most common types of noise in a measurement system. Explore the benefits of using isolation in industrial data acquisition applications as well.
Implenting Synchronization with USB Data Acquisition Devices
View this webcast and learn advanced timing and synchronization tips and tricks for NI CompactDAQ and USB data acquisition devices. Explore the theory behind synchronization, identify the types of applications that benefit from synchronization, and view live demonstrations with USB data acquisition devices.
Developing Dynamic Programs with the Advanced Properties of C Series Modules
View this webcast and learn techniques for building robust and advanced data acquisition applications using National Instruments C Series modules and NI CompactDAQ. All NI C Series modules are hot-swappable and autodetect for configuration. Discover how to read hardware properties and use advanced error-handling techniques to program your application to dynamically react to events such as swapping modules.
Advanced NI-DAQmx Part I: Accuracy and Performance Optimization
Attend the first of this two-part advanced series for an in-depth look at NI-DAQmx driver software technology. During this webcast, you will learn how NI-DAQmx manages system resources so you can optimize performance and deliver highly accurate measurements in your data acquisition applications. Taught by NI-DAQmx senior software engineer, Jonathan Brumley, the webcast provides tips on how to improve your NI-DAQmx programming skills to improve efficiency in your applications.
Advanced NI-DAQmx Part II: Timing and Synchronization
Attend the second session of this two-part advanced series review the inner workings of a multifunction data acquisition device,as well as learn best practices for using NI-DAQmx to manage the timing and synchronization between the device’s subsystems (analog I/O, digital I/O, and counters). Taught by NI-DAQmx staff software engineer, Daniel Domene, this session offers strategies for timing complex data acquisition applications with one or more devices and techniques for improving the performance of your application.