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Spring 2008 Ananda Mysore ME 285 LabVIEW Lecture Ananda V. Mysore SJSU
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Spring 2009 ME 285 LabVIEW Lecture Ananda Mysore Waveform Data Acquisition s Familiarize with data acquisition concepts b Use a high level analog input VI b Build a user friendly front panel for entering data acquisition control parameters b Display your results of data acquisition b Write results to a spreadsheet file (LabVIEW measurement file) for further analysis
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Spring 2009 ME 285 LabVIEW Lecture Ananda Mysore Waveform Representation Need to digitize the waveform in order to represent on the digital computer Higher the sampling rate better is the representation
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Spring 2009 ME 285 LabVIEW Lecture Ananda Mysore Nyquist Theorem s Analog signals after digitization (sampling +quantization) are processed by digital systems. s For the analog frequencies to be faithfully represented in the digital domain and for proper reconstruction there is a constraint placed on
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