With a National Instruments digitizer, you can not only perform standard oscilloscope measurements but also easily build other instruments, such as spectrum analyzers, transient recorders, and ultrasonic receivers.
In addition, you can synchronize multiple NI digitizers and other mixed-signal instruments with picosecond-level accuracy for high-channel-count and mixed-signal applications.
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National Instruments is a technology pioneer, industry leader and solutions provider that delivers today’s most advanced technologies for automated test, embedded control, monitoring and system design.
Using open PC technologies and modular hardware, NI customers have been able to simplify development, increase code reuse and dramatically reduce time to market. For next generation monitoring and control systems, NI continues to provide graphical system tools to aid engineers and scientists in developing next generation systems within industries such as energy, manufacturing, industrial control, life sciences, and transportation. With NI reconfigurable I/O (RIO) hardware and NI LabVIEW system design software, smaller design teams can prototype and deploy embedded control and monitoring systems faster.
For automated test and measurement, engineers and scientists all over the world in industries including academia, research, telecommunications and defence rely on National Instruments' flexible, high performance technologies and solutions for creating reliable, user-defined systems. Customers at more than 25,000 companies around the world simplify development, increase productivity, and dramatically reduce time to market using NI open graphical programming software and modular hardware.
From testing next-generation gaming systems to advanced automated inspection on the production line, NI technologies are continuously used to develop innovative technologies that impact the lives of millions of people.