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Calls a VI sourced in the version of LabVIEW you specify and returns the output of the VI. Configure the settings for this node to call the desired VI. This node requires you to have LabVIEW 8.0 or later ...

You can store and transfer data on an FPGA using FIFOs, memory items, FPGA registers, or handshake items. Use the following table to determine the best type of data storage and transfer for your application. ...

Before you begin to compile FPGA code into a bitfile, configure LabVIEW to use the FPGA Compile Cloud Service (recommended) or an FPGA compile farm. Complete the following steps to compile your FPGA code ...

When you compile code in an Optimized FPGA VI, the compiler performs optimizations. Knowing what patterns the compiler looks for in order to apply optimizations can help you understand performance you ...

Use Transmission Control Protocol (TCP) to reliably transfer data between a client and a server. To transmit data using TCP, you must develop the code to send and receive data on both the client and the ...

Use the User Datagram Protocol (UDP) to transfer data to a single client, known as unicast communication, or between a number of processes or processors that have opted into a group or receivers, known ...

Placeholders represent nodes on the diagram that existed in the original version of LabVIEW but do not exist in your current version of LabVIEW NXG. Fix placeholders in your converted code to replicate ...

Executes its subdiagram n times. The iteration terminal provides the current loop iteration count, which ranges from 0 to n-1. This product does not support FPGA devices Not supported in VIs that run in ...

Returns or creates a reference to a notifier. Use the reference this node creates when calling other Notifier nodes. This product does not support FPGA devices Not supported in VIs that run in a web application ...

Repeats the code on its subdiagram until a specific condition occurs. A While Loop always executes at least one time. A While Loop behaves similarly to a do while loop in other programming languages. This ...

Before completing this task, verify that registers are the best data storage and transfer option for your application. When you need to store a single unit of data per clock cycle and do not require lossless ...

Before completing this task, verify that FIFOs are the best data storage and transfer option for your application. Use FIFOs to transfer data between an FPGA target and a host processor without data loss. ...

You can compile FPGA code into a bitfile using the FPGA compile farm. The following figure shows the components of an FPGA compile farm and explains how the components work together to compile FPGA code ...

Directed optimization of FPGA VIs allows you to notify the compiler that you want specific code to meet certain performance and resource criteria, also known as directives. The compiler then makes optimizations ...

If you estimate an Optimized FPGA VI and find that the design does not meet your performance requirements, or if an Optimized FPGA VI does not compile successfully, adjust the routing margin, resource ...

Dynamic RAM (DRAM) is a type of random access memory used to store and access larger sets of data than block RAM (BRAM) or look-up tables (LUTs). DRAM is not available on all FPGA targets. Storing data ...

When building a complete application, you create top-level VIs, Clock-Driven Logic documents, and Multirate diagrams in addition to Optimized FPGA VIs. Before you can call an Optimized FPGA VI from other ...

Input and output (I/O) resources on an FPGA target are physical structures that allow you to connect an FPGA target to other devices in your system. I/O resources translate analog or digital signals to ...

A memory item is a data storage container of a specified size, used to store and reference data samples on an FPGA. Unlike reading from a FIFO or register, you can read data from any location within a ...

On an FPGA, registers synchronize sections of code that execute at different rates so that data can move between the sections. A register is a buffer that stores one data unit at a time. The number of ...

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