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LabVIEW: More Tips and Tricks

Quick post today.  I recently stumbled across this excellent PDF by Nick Golas.  It contains an enormous quantity of time-saving tips for users of LabVIEW (originally hosted by the IEEE here).  What’s great about this particular work is that it’s … Continue reading

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The Great [Volume] Leveler (AVR Audio Compressor)

Like many people, I have fairly diverse taste in music.  My media library holds tracks from Bach, Beethoven, Billy Joel, Bonobo, Brent Lamb, Brahms, Brian Hughes, and the Bee Gees (to name just the “B” section).  I love variety.  The … Continue reading

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LabVIEW: The Simple Talking Voltmeter

A couple of weeks ago I spent some time examining a fairly complex circuit board from my old, but still functional, clock radio/CD player.  I was using the probe of my handheld multimeter to measure voltages at various IC pins … Continue reading

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LabVIEW: Using the Mouse Scroll Wheel

Lately I’ve been doing a lot of work on a fairly complex LabVIEW application.   It utilizes a number of controls and indicators which have vertical scrollbars (e.g. text boxes and arrays).  This gives users access to a great deal … Continue reading

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LabVIEW: Storing Diverse Data

Well it’s hard for me to believe, but I’ve now been using National Instruments LabVIEW for six years.  I started off with LabVIEW v7.1 and have used every version since (it’s now called LabVIEW 2010).  So I’m definitely a fan.  … Continue reading

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