Modulation is the process of varying a higher frequency carrier wave to transmit information. Amplitude modulation (AM) is one form of analog modulation.

Modulation is a process in which a modulator changes some attribute of a higher frequency carrier signal proportional to a lower frequency message signal.

A wide range of systems and applications incorporate analog devices and signals, so advancing your analog fundamental knowledge is important for mastering many of today’s test and measurement applications. ...

This document focuses on two types of solid-state cameras available today: CCD and Complementary Metal Oxide Semiconductor (CMOS).

Led by the Naval Air Systems Command and ATE industry members, ATML is a cooperative effort to define a collection of XML schemas to represent test information, such as test programs, test asset interoperability, ...

This tutorial introduces and explains the basic fundamentals of analog circuits.

Measurement system power is key to characterizing product performance, analyzing system response, and detecting defects. National Instruments high-speed digitizers deliver improved time and frequency measurements ...

A parallel test station typically shares a set of test equipment across multiple test sockets, but, in some cases, it may have a separate set of hardware for each unit under test (UUT). With parallel testing, ...

Arbitrary waveform generators such as the NI 5421, which are based on the NI Synchronization and Memory Core (SMC) architecture, offer several benefits for generating baseband I/Q signals for both the ...

NI real-time hardware and software work together seamlessly to run applications reliably and deterministically with precise timing. This paper explains the different components you need to create an NI ...

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