When working with physical systems, your data acquisition has to adapt to the properties of what you are measuring. Some systems are inherently dynamic which makes data acquisition more complicated. This article will lead you through some of the considerations for these dynamic measurements. What Are Dynamic Measurements? In general dynamic measurements are high-speed measurements. […]
Electrical generation is undergoing a transformation with renewable energy sources growing rapidly. What is good for the earth is not necessarily good for the power grid! National Grid need to measure the impact of these sources on the power quality of the UK distribution network and we are working with them to develop a distributed […]
The Challenge: Increasing understanding of the performance of a revolutionary compressor in real world environments to validate the theoretical analysis and advance the design of the Blade Compressor, refining its performance across multiple industry applications. The Solution: Creating multiple test beds capable of measuring many channels at high and low speeds simultaneously through a smaller […]
Maybe you’ve been told that you should be using LabVIEW by an engineer? Or you’re looking at National Instruments hardware and come across LabVIEW? But what is LabVIEW and will it suit your needs. We have written this article to give you a quick introduction to this powerful software so you can decide if you […]
If you spend any time on National Instruments product pages, you will come across Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs) programmed with LabVIEW FPGA. What on earth do these have to do with measurement systems? FPGA’s are an embedded computing platform which provides some unique capabilities: They implement a hardware circuit giving very high-speed processing. We […]
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