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NI LabVIEW Part 2: Synchronized Data Acquisition across Distributed FPGA Chassis
Jeremy Green

NI LabVIEW Part 2: Synchronized Data Acquisition across Distributed FPGA Chassis

In this section, we'll discuss data acquisition using the multiple FPGA chassis architecture outlined in the previous section, NI LabVIEW Part 1: Building Distributed and Synchronized FPGA Applications with Multiple C Series Chassis. If you haven’t already, refer to Part 1 of 3 for Distributed FPGA Chassis Time synchronization. We use LabVIEW DMA FIFOs for typical FPGA applications that acquire data to be sent to an RT target(Host). There are a lot of ways to use FIFOs for...

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NI LabVIEW Part 1: Building Distributed and Synchronized FPGA Applications with Multiple C Series Chassis
Jeremy Green

NI LabVIEW Part 1: Building Distributed and Synchronized FPGA Applications with Multiple C Series Chassis

This blog series will examine applications requiring multiple C Series FPGA chassis. You may need multiple chassis because of a high channel count requiring more modules than which can fit in a single chassis. Or, you may have a large amount of FPGA logic that can’t fit on a single FPGA chip. If needed, the generalized architecture presented here may provide ideas for how to achieve tight synchronization between FPGA code running on these different chassis.  As a quick overvie...

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Chicagoland LabVIEW User Group Meeting at DMC
Jeremy Green

Chicagoland LabVIEW User Group Meeting at DMC

DMC hosted the Chicagoland LabVIEW User’s Group meeting at our office last month. It was another great turnout with over 30 local LabVIEW users and National Instruments present as well, with Kalin Taskov and Al Rudnick joining to participate. After several years of being a part of a great user group, Chicago brought home the hardware for the best user group of the year at NIWeek 2015 for the second consecutive year!    This meeting's topic, LabVIEW User Interfac...

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NI Week 2013 Recap
Jeremy Green

NI Week 2013 Recap

I've just finished attending my first NI Week, and I've definitely picked up a bunch of useful skills! Having started with LabVIEW less than a year ago, I took advantage of learning the latest technologies, best practices, and tried and true architectures during my stay in Austin. Getting to hear from LabVIEW and Test Automation experts or NI staff was particularly useful. Many of them had 10-15 years experience in the field or developing tools at NI. Additionally, some great team buildi...

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