Digital Instruments

Digital Instruments generate and acquire high-speed digital waveforms for transmitting data, communicating with devices under test, or testing digital interfaces. These instruments are ideal for semiconductor characterization and production, interfacing to LVDS and TTL digital electronics, and testing the functionality of high-speed serial links.

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    Platform Modules

    Platform modules integrate with modular hardware platforms that allow you to combine different types of modules in a custom system that leverages shared platform features. NI offers three hardware platforms—CompactDAQ, CompactRIO, and PXI—though all platforms may not be represented in this category.

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    Performs characterization and production test of semiconductor devices with timing sets and per channel pin parametric measurement unit (PPMU).

    Feature Highlights:

    • Platform: PXI
    • Bus: PXI Express
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    Generates and analyzes static and dynamic digital waveforms that interface to digital electronics using single‐ended and differential voltage levels.

    Feature Highlights:

    • Platform: PXI
    • Bus: PXI, PXI Express
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    Provides multigigabit transceivers used to validate the proper operation of SerDes interfaces and to stream data over high-speed serial data links.

    Feature Highlights:

    • Platform: PXI
    • Bus: PXI Express
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    Provides digital input and output capabilities for PXI systems.

    Feature Highlights:

    • Platform: PXI
    • Bus: PXI, PXI Express
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    Configures digital lines as inputs, outputs, counters/timers, or custom communication protocols using FPGA-based logic for PXI systems.

    Feature Highlights:

    • Platform: PXI
    • Bus: PXI, PXI Express
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    Provides digital I/O to interface with single‐ended, differential, and serial signals with a PXI FPGA Module for FlexRIO or the Controller for FlexRIO.

    Feature Highlights:

    • Bus: FlexRIO
  • Stand-Alone or Computer-Based Devices

    Stand-alone or computer-based devices either integrate with standard desktop and laptop computers or allow you to use them without the need for other modular hardware.

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    Generates and analyzes static and dynamic digital waveforms that interface to digital electronics using single‐ended and differential voltage levels.

    Feature Highlights:

    • Bus: PCI
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    Provides digital input and output capabilities for computer-based systems.

    Feature Highlights:

    • Bus: PCI, PCI Express, USB
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    Configures digital lines as inputs, outputs, counters/timers, or custom communication protocols using FPGA-based logic.

    Feature Highlights:

    • Bus: PCI, PCI Express