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Ni uses software designed instruments for electronic testing

the FPGA extension driven by the instrument, Xilinx 7 Series FPGA and the industry's first pximc adapter module have expanded the LabVIEW Rio architecture to reduce the total cost of testing

in recent September, 2013, National Instruments (Ni) - niweek - recently released several new products based on the reconfigurable i/o (Rio) architecture of NI LabVIEW, providing users with flexibility, Help them meet the challenges of modern automated test systems and reduce the total test cost

with the increasing complexity of the tested equipment, engineers need to adopt new strategies to maintain competitiveness and ensure time to market while reducing costs. Charles Schroeder, director of Ni test systems, said. The platform based solution of LabVIEW Rio architecture provides engineers with flexible and scalable tools necessary for success

the most important platform update is the PGA extension of the new instrument driven F, which can accurately control the quality control parameters. It has the characteristics of instrument drive of Ni RF signal analyzer and RF signal generator, and combines the flexibility of open FPGA with the compatibility of industry standard instrument drive required by engineers. FPGA expands the Ni pxie-5644r vector signal transceiver released on niweek in 2012 based on the world's first software designed instrument. For users who have little experience in FPGA programming, with these extensions, they can use the advantages of open FPGA to meet application needs through more FPGA processing and control. Engineers who have used vector signal transceivers can upgrade the driver and then combine the FPGA code of specific applications with the standard instrument driver code

user programmable FPGA on Ni vector signal transceiver is very critical to solve the problem of testing the latest highly integrated RF components. Gorkem guven, vice president of Hittite microwave, said. With the instrument driven FPGA expansion and LabVIEW programming experience, we can easily use FPGA to greatly reduce our test time, while retaining the software and hardware functions required on the RF test equipment

another important platform update is the addition of Ni pxie-7975r Ni flexrio FPGA module to the LabVIEW Rio architecture family, which provides the latest Xilinx 7 Series FPGA technology for automated testing and high-performance embedded applications. Compared with the current FPGA module, the new Ni flexrio FPGA module doubles the data stream bandwidth to 1.6 gb/s and quadruples the on-board DRAM to 2 GB. In addition, two new Ni flexrio adapter modules have been released: a 4.4 GHz Ni 5792 receiver and a Ni 5793 RF transmitter

in order to meet the greater processing requirements for floating-point operations, Ni improves the CPU performance of LabVIEW Rio architecture with the help of the new Ni pxie-8383mc pximc adapter module. Using Ni pximc technology, engineers can distribute floating-point processing in multiple CPUs in the system, just like deploying fixed-point processing in multiple FPGAs

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