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Graphical Language Adds DSP Programming

The new LabVIEW DSP Module extends the LabVIEW graphical development environment to embedded signal processing applications and includes tools for designing, implementing and analyzing DSP-based algorithms and systems. By way of the new module, users can now directly program Texas Instruments TMS320C6711 and C6713 DSK evaluation boards, as well as the company's SPEEDY-33 boards. Users can employ signal processing functions and programming constructs, such as spectral analysis and filtering, without requiring a separate DSP compiler. Additionally, the module integrates with the latest LabVIEW digital-filter design toolkit for downloading filter designs to their respective hardware devices. The company also claims that the new module offers engineering students an easy-to-use, hands-on approach to learning key signal processing techniques. For further information, contact Ernest Martinez at NATIONAL INSTRUMENTS, Austin, TX. (800) 258-7022


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