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|National Instruments Releases the LabVIEW Advanced Signal Processing
National Instruments today announced the NI
LabVIEW Advanced Signal Processing Toolkit Version 7.5, a suite of easy-to-use, palette-based tools, example
programs and utilities that extends the LabVIEW graphical development environment with cutting-edge
measurement-oriented signal processing and analysis. Engineers and scientists now can access new graphical tools for
simplifying work that incorporates time-series analysis, time-frequency analysis and wavelets. In addition,
professors can use the toolkit’s interactive, graphical methodology to effectively illustrate these key signal
processing concepts to engineering students.
The LabVIEW Advanced
Signal Processing Toolkit includes new features for making advanced analysis easier to apply and learn. Engineers,
scientists and educators can use new Express VIs (configuration-based functions) to interactively specify their
signal processing parameters and review immediate results. The toolkit also delivers a new time-series analysis
component for tasks such as model-based spectral analysis, which they can use for high-resolution spectral analysis
on small data sets. For analysis such as data mining and feature extraction in applications including biomedical,
mechanical and seismological signals, engineers and scientists can use the independent component analysis and
principal component analysis tools as part of the new time-series analysis functionality.
new LabVIEW Advanced Signal Processing Toolkit gives researchers and educators easy access to advanced analysis,”
said Sam Shearman, NI LabVIEW signal processing senior product manager. “LabVIEW users can take advantage of LabVIEW
Express technology to tweak parameters and immediately see effects on their signals. Also, with new
measurement-oriented functionality, they can rapidly apply advanced signal processing to their test and measurement
Alternative approaches require engineers and scientists to develop their applications
in non-intuitive, text-based programming languages and integrate several vendors’ products to analyze live signal
sources. With the LabVIEW Advanced Signal Processing Toolkit, they can access new features for simplifying these
common measurement-oriented tasks with a single software tool. For instance, online Gabor transform and expansion
routines included in the toolkit work with streaming data sources to help engineers and scientists acquire and
immediately analyze live data. The toolkit also features high-level tools for wavelet applications such as PDF
estimation and signal denoising. Wavelets have proven useful for signal and image processing for peak, edge and
The LabVIEW Advanced Signal Processing Toolkit also includes the LabVIEW Digital
Filter Design Toolkit 7.5, which provides tools for design, validation and implementation of software-based digital
filters with LabVIEW FPGA and C code generation capabilities for chip-level implementation. Design and test
engineers can use this toolkit, which is also available separately, to ensure a seamless digital filter design
process from conception to completion while reducing development costs.
For more information
about the LabVIEW Advanced Signal Processing Toolkit, readers can visit www.ni.com/analysis. To learn about
educational discounts for qualifying academic institutions, readers can visit www.ni.com/academic.
Martes, 30 Agosto, 2005 - 12:13