Perform Fast and Accurate LDO Measurements

Semiconductor companies need a fast and cost-effective way to bring up, debug, and validate new silicon, such as low-dropout (LDO) linear regulators. LDOs are a simple, inexpensive, and extremely common type of mixed-signal IC that regulates output voltage when supplied with a higher voltage input. Designers need to quickly bring up and debug new parts, which is a highly manual and interactive process, and validation engineers need to prepare for automated validation and characterization.


  • Prebuilt, configurable LDO measurements, such as line/load regulation, line/load transient, dropout voltage, and power supply rejection ratio (PSRR)
  • Enables powerful engineering workflows between interactive and automated tasks
  • Supports a variety of automation environments and programming languages
  • Maximal measurement IP reuse between projects and teams
  • Time and money savings, compared to building a custom LDO measurement solution

LDO Measurement Solution 

Solution Advantages

Watch a Demonstration of the LDO Measurement Solution

Simplified LDO Device Validation

NI’s LDO Measurement Solution combines high-performance PXI instrumentation with the Soliton LDO Measurement Suite to help you validate the performance of new LDO designs—from interactive configuration and measurements to fully automated validation.  

“With the combined power of Soliton’s LDO Measurement Suite software and NI’s high-performance PXI instrumentation, the LDO Measurement Solution will help engineers accelerate the validation process and get data from first samples in days rather than weeks.”

Sandeep Achari, Business Unit Manager, Soliton Technologies

NI Partner Network

Soliton Technologies provides highly differentiated engineering services to global semiconductor customers of NI. As the creators of LDO Measurement Suite Add-On for InstrumentStudio, Soliton is capable of customizing or expanding the measurement capabilities to meet your application requirements.

Services and Support

NI works with customers throughout the life of an application, delivering training, technical support, consultation and integration services, and maintenance programs. Teams can discover new skills by participating in NI-specific and geographic user groups and build proficiency with online and in-person training.