Join National Instruments UK & Ireland Interactive Test Webcast Series: Optimise Your Automated Test Systems

Newbury, UK, Feb 3, 2011 – National Instruments UK & Ireland is producing a series of webcasts to provide tips and techniques for engineers and scientists involved in developing automated test systems. The six-part series of interactive webcasts wil

Join National Instruments UK & Ireland Interactive Test Webcast Series: Optimise Your Automated Test Systems





Newbury, UK, Feb 3, 2011 National Instruments UK & Ireland is producing a series of webcasts to provide tips and techniques for engineers and scientists involved in developing automated test systems. The six-part series of interactive webcasts will highlight key enabling technologies, from modular instrumentation to test executive software.

Taking place between 1st and 10th March, each webcast will be broadcast at 10am and 2pm, giving attendees the opportunity to directly interact with presenters and test experts. The webcasts will also be available on demand after the series is complete at ni.com/uk/testwebcastseries

The programme for the webcast series is as follows:

1stMarch, 10am and 2pm - Choosing the Right Modular Instruments Based on Your DUT Requirements
See how modular instrumentation based on the industry-standard PXI platform can provide a solid foundation upon which to build powerful test systems. Gain an understanding of basic instrument specifications, such as bandwidth, sampling rate, resolution and accuracy, and discover the fundamental knowledge required to select the right instruments for each application.

2ndMarch, 10am and 2pm - Introduction to NI TestStand
Learn how to develop automated test and validation systems faster with NI TestStand, powerful ready-to-run test management software. See how it can be used to develop test executive software that manages and executes test sequences written in any programming language and integrates with enterprise systems.

3rdMarch, 10am and 2pm - Increase Your Test Capabilities with Reconfigurable FPGA Technology
Test systems for complex products often require custom or field-programmable gate array (FPGA)-enabled test hardware. Discover how to implement protocol-aware tests with scalable, high-level tools using standard building blocks or custom implementations.

8thMarch, 10am and 2pm - Structural and Acoustical Testing for Efficient and Safe Systems
Whether developing an aircraft wing, a suspension bridge or a wind turbine, structural testing is key to ensuring the critical safety of the deployed system. Learn ways to rapidly acquire and analyse test measurement data such as force, strain, sound and vibration using an open, scalable test and measurement platform.

9thMarch, 10am and 2pm - Real-Time Testing of Complex Systems
Examine ways to combine the advantages of graphical system design, commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) hardware, deterministic buses and simulation models to design, prototype and deploy the next generation of military, automotive and avionics systems.

10thMarch, 10am and 2pm - Five RF Measurements Every Engineer Should Know
Learn how to use the software-defined PXI platform to take five common RF measurements, including phase noise, noise figure and power.

For more details and to register for National Instruments Test Webcast Series, please go to ni.com/uk/testwebcastseries

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