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LabVIEW training courses

5 June 2002 News

National Instruments South Africa is offering a number of basic and advanced LabVIEW training courses at its offices in Midrand.

* LabVIEW Basics I (15, 16 and 17 July 2002).

Learn to: Acquire analog waveforms using a DAQ board, store the waveforms in a file, and retrieve; collect and log temperature data; acquire waveforms from a GPIB and serial instrument; plot data acquired on strip charts and graphs; save data in files that you can retrieve with a spreadsheet; share measurement data across the Internet.

* LabVIEW Basics II (18 and 19 July 2002).

Learn to: Plan and build a large application; create block diagrams that are easier to understand; increase the execution speed of a VI; read and write binary data files; design and implement modular projects.

* LabVIEW Advanced: Performance and Communication Course (30 Sep-2 Oct 2002).

The advanced features of LabVIEW help developers improve system performance while providing a greater degree of control over applications. The course also focuses on technologies for communicating between various computers and applications. The hands-on format of the course enables one to immediately apply concepts learned to one's application.

Learn to: Optimise the performance of applications; leverage ActiveX and VI Server technologies with LabVIEW; incorporate TCP/IP for PC to PC communication; create interactive Web pages that communicate with your LabVIEW application; create Dynamic Link Libraries (DLLs) within LabVIEW; use DataSocket technology for advanced data communication; transfer data between LabVIEW and Microsoft Office applications with ActiveX; synchronise data flow and program execution in LabVIEW; Identify and eliminate memory leaks; improve error handling in your application.

For reservations contact 011 805 8197, fax: 011 805 8194, ni.southafrica@ni.com www.ni.com/southafrica





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