This white paper focuses on the capabilities that make LabVIEW the right tool for data and measurement analysis.

National Instruments designed the Synchronization and Memory Core (SMC) as the common architecture for a suite of high-speed modular instruments that answer the challenge of testing converged devices.

This paper investigates seven steps you should follow to achieve a successful functional prototype.

NI has developed several key technologies to maximize the absolute accuracy of your measurements while delivering industry-leading performance in PC-based data acquisition from PCI to PXI and USB.

With its ability to interface with any kind of sensor or specialty I/O, perform advanced signal processing and custom analytics, and execute advanced control algorithms, the LabVIEW RIO architecture is ...

Learn about specific new features and advanced topics to get the most out of NI Linux Real-Time for your application.

Let’s discuss interoperability and the benefits of using NI drivers—their flexibility, how they can drive efficiency, and why they can assist you in taking high-quality measurements.

This white paper explains the key differences between NI’s USRP models so you can choose the right one for developing your wireless application.

Plug and Play and Interchangeable Virtual Instrument (IVI) are two technologies used by National Instruments LabVIEW and LabWindows/CVI instrument drivers.

Learn about acquiring an analog signal, including topics such as bandwidth, amplitude error, rise time, sample rate, the Nyquist Sampling Theorem, aliasing, and resolution.

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