In this seven part online webinar series, each tutorial will teach you a specific topic of common measurement applications, through both theory and practical demos. Click on any of the following measurement areas to watch the specific tutorial webcast.
In this free five-part webcast series, learn how NI’s software-defined approach, based on flexible hardware platforms and scalable software, is helping companies build better automated test and measurement systems. Click on any of the following topic to watch the specific webcast.
Watch this free four-part webcast series to learn how the digitization of energy technologies is impacting the industry, how National Instruments is making development investments to enable a successful energy future, and how companies are designing their digital energy embedded systems using state-of-the-art tools and technologies. Click on any of the following topic to watch the specific webcast.
NI has teamed up with IEEE Spectrum to develop a webcast series on the Fundamentals of Smart Grid Power Electronics. This series explores the important developments and trends associated with FPGA-based power electronics for the smart grid. Click on any of the following topic to watch the specific webcast.
This webcast provides insight into the challenges machine builders face today and demonstrates proven methods and solutions that help innovative machine builders get ahead of the competition. You can see the impact graphical system design and customizable off-the-shelf hardware have on design process and success. You can also learn how embedded control and monitoring systems help builders understand differentiated machines without leaving their comfort zone. Click on any of the following topic to watch the specific webcast.
The rapid integration of wireless connectivity into existing products demands that today’s test engineers understand a breadth of RF & wireless test techniques from performing EVM and ACLR measurements to addressing complex MIMO applications. National Instruments provides a suite of test equipment and software to increase test reliability and accuracy, provide measurement flexibility, as well as reduce test times.
Watch this webcast series to learn the fundamentals of making and optimising RF measurements. Click on any of the following topic to watch the specific webcast.
Software Defined Radios (SDRs) offer software reconfigurability which in turn empowers researchers to quickly transition from simulation to real working prototypes using live signals and waveforms. Attend the 2-part free of cost online tutorial series on SDR that will train you on the concepts of SDR and how to use SDR platforms for wireless research
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Through this four-part webcast series learn about the latest tools and technologies from National Instruments that enable educators, researchers and students to ‘do engineering’. Click on any of the following topic to watch the specific webcast.
As market pressure increases to drive down production costs in every industry, reducing operating and maintenance costs is increasingly important. You can use a condition monitoring program to actively monitor plant assets and properly schedule maintenance, helping to reduce unneeded repairs, or worse, unexpected machine failures. National Instruments provides a wide range of measurement and monitoring tools built on flexible, industry-proven platforms that can help engineers implement such a program.
Watch this series to learn about the future of condition monitoring and how engineers are implementing these systems. Click on any of the following topic to watch the specific webcast.