PXI-based FPGA

  • 15-Dec-2008 02:22 EST
NI FlexRIO PXI-79xxR press image.JPG

NI FlexRIO from National Instruments combines the flexibility of LabVIEW field-programmable gate array technology and high-speed, instrument-class I/O. Engineers can add custom signal processing algorithms to their PXI-based FPGA hardware. Then, with interchangeable adapter modules, they can interface the FPGA directly to instrument-class I/O or create custom front-end hardware. This enables them to employ methods such as in-line processing, hardware-in-the-loop simulation, and protocol-aware test during the design and testing of complex electronic devices.
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