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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. ...

Waits until an event occurs, then executes the appropriate case to handle that event. The Event Structure has one or more subdiagrams, or event cases. Only one event case executes when the structure executes ...

Returns or creates a reference to a notifier. Use the reference this node creates when calling other Notifier nodes. Not supported Not supported in VIs that run in a web application Preventing Unintended ...

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 ...

Block RAM (BRAM) is a type of random access memory embedded throughout an FPGA for data storage. You can use BRAM to accomplish the following tasks: Transfer data between multiple clock domains by using ...

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 ...

Integrate IP into your FPGA application by creating an External FPGA IP document that declares IP files in a project for instantiation as component-level IP (CLIP) or an External FPGA IP Node. If you want ...

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 ...

You can run FPGA code on the FPGA directly or you can run the code on the host computer to simulate running it on the FPGA. Execution on an FPGA To create code that executes on the FPGA target, you need ...

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 ...

The resources on a host and an FPGA make each target better suited to different types of programming tasks. The programming objects available in a host VI and an FPGA VI vary to match to the purpose of ...

Integrate external FPGA IP into your FPGA application by creating a component-level IP instance and transferring data between the component-level IP and your FPGA VI. Before you can add component-level ...

Integrate external FPGA IP into your FPGA application by placing the External FPGA IP Node into Clock-Driven Logic within your FPGA VI. Before you can add the External FPGA IP Node to your FPGA application, ...

Every FPGA has a set number of programmable logic, routing, I/O, and memory resources. The compiler uses these resources to implement code on the FPGA. The programmable resources on an FPGA are located ...

Compiling code for the FPGA can take minutes to hours. To save time, you can test the logic of Clock-Driven Logic (CDL) documents using simulation in a host VI before compiling. Testing individual CDL ...

Compare elements when you want to compare the individual corresponding elements of the input arrays or clusters. Compare aggregates when you want to compare the input arrays or clusters in their entirety. ...

For the fixed-point data type, you define the position of the binary point in relation to the bits stored for a fixed-point number by specifying the number of integer places, called the integer length, ...

G Types are custom data types that you define using the G language and can reuse throughout your project. G Types serve a similar purpose to type definitions, or the typedef keyword, in other programming ...

A red coercion dot appears on the node input where the coercion takes place. In the following diagram, a red coercion dot appears on the Add node because the node expects two inputs of matching numeric ...

The editor provides estimation tools to help you determine the resources your algorithm requires of the FPGA, as well as the performance your algorithm can achieve. If your algorithm has array inputs or ...

Rounding in the fixed-point data type occurs when the precision of the input value or the result of an operation is greater than the precision of the output type of an operator. When rounding occurs, the ...

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 ...

Returns or creates a reference to a notifier. Use the reference this node creates when calling other Notifier nodes. Not supported Not supported in VIs that run in a web application Preventing Unintended ...

Searches for a pattern of characters in a string as specified by a regular expression. If this node finds a match, it splits the string into three substrings and any number of submatches. Resize the node ...

Sends data within the buffer input to the URL you specify. This node uses the POST HTTP method. Unlike a PUT request, POST requests do not require all available property and attribute values when updating ...

Sends data within the file input to the URL you specify. This node uses the POST HTTP method. Unlike a PUT request, POST requests do not require all available property and attribute values when updating ...

Sends a web request that submits multiple sets of data or files to a server, web page, or web service. This node uses the POST HTTP method and multipart/form-data MIME type. The POST Multipart node submits ...

Sends data to the URL you specify. This node uses the POST HTTP method. Unlike a PUT request, POST requests do not require all available property and attribute values when updating a resource. You can ...

Creates or updates data within the buffer input and sends the data to the URL you specify. Unlike a POST request, PUT requests require all available property and attribute values to be present because ...

Creates or updates data within the file input and sends the data to the URL you specify. Unlike a POST request, PUT requests require all available property and attribute values to be present because the ...

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