Increasing device complexity and technology convergence are driving test systems to become more flexible, while cost pressures are demanding longer system lifetimes. A software-defined, modular architecture is the only way to accomplish these objectives. Modular instruments deliver flexible, software-defined solutions for complex measurement challenges, from DC to microwave frequencies.
Attend the Test & Measurement Fundamentals Webcast Series online in June 2014 to understand the fundamentals of instrumentation and how Modular instruments use high-speed buses and user-defined software to meet the needs of automated test equipment (ATE) today and in the future.
|Digital Multimeters: Fundamentals & Best Practices||July 10, 2014||2 PM to 2.45 PM|
|Multimeters for Transients & other Advanced Measurements||July 10, 2014||3 PM to 3.45 PM|
|Oscilloscopes: Fundamentals & Best Practices||July 17, 2014||2 PM to 2.45 PM|
|Things to consider while choosing an oscilloscope/digitizer||July 17, 2014||3 PM to 3.45 PM|
|Signal Generator Architecture & Advanced Features||July 24, 2014||2 PM to 2.45 PM|
|Programmable Four-Quadrant Power Supplies||July 24, 2014||3 PM to 3.45 PM|
|High Speed DIO & Logic Analyzer: Fundamentals & Best Practices||July 31, 2014||2 PM to 2.45 PM
|High Speed DIO:Parametric Measurements & Signal Insertion Capabilities||July 31, 2014||3 PM to 3.45 PM|
Digital Multimeters (DMMs) are widely used instrumentation in several applications. These analog acquisition devices are specialized in taking flexible, accurate and precise measurements. Attend this webinar to understand the functioning of a DMM and learn tips and tricks to get the accurate measurement from your device.
Special features of National Instruments DMMs include inductance and capacitance measurements, sampling rates up to 1.8MS/s, and extended calibration cycles with industry-leading accuracy. Attend this webinar to understand how a DMM can be used for advanced measurements and how it can be combined with NI Switch modules for high channel count applications.
Oscilloscopes/Digitizers, used to observe continuously varying signal voltages over time, are one of the most common instruments in use today. This webinar will introduce you to the fundamental concepts and terminologies associated with Oscilloscopes and digitizers and also introduce you to the best practices associated with performing measurements with oscilloscopes.
Bandwidth, Sampling Rates, Onboard memory and many other features determine the flexibility and performance of Oscilloscopes/Digitizers. This webinar introduces you to the top 10 things to consider during selection of the right oscilloscope for your application.
Signal generators can generate simple sine and clock signals or complex I/Q modulated communications waveforms. Attend this webinar to understand the basic architecture of Signal generators and some of the advanced features that are present in National Instruments Signal Generators that can improve your prototyping and test systems with the world-class generation performance and higher system throughput.
Several test and measurement applications require a high precision power supply. This webinar explores the various technologies and architectures of power supplies. The webinar will also introduce you to the PXI programmable power supplies and source measure units (SMUs) from National Instruments which feature high-resolution, high-speed, and high-power voltage and current outputs for automated test systems or lab environments.
This webinar introduces you to the fundamental concepts and terminology associated with High Speed Digital Input/output instruments and also the best practices that ensure accurate and precise measurements. The session will also help you build flexible, powerful test systems to meet application challenges from custom communication analysis to end-of-line functional testing.
Certain test and measurement applications require features like parametric measurements, stimulus response analysis and pattern sequencing. Attend this webinar to understand how you can extend the capabilities of your instrumentation to perform these advanced tests and measurements.