TAILIEUCHUNG - Microprocessor Interfacing Techniques Lab VIEW Tutorial Part 1

Microprocessor Interfacing Techniques Lab VIEW Tutorial Part 1 | PHY 406 - Microprocessor Interfacing Techniques PHY 406 - Microprocessor Interfacing Techniques LabVIEW Tutorial - Part I Beginning at the Beginning Introduction One of the main objectives of this course is to teach you how to gather data using computers and some of the pit-falls and prat-falls which can happen during such an operation. As an adjunct to that it is important that you also do some practical data gathering and try to work through some of the issues on your own. Knowledge that you have wrested from the universe for yourself is often more meaningful than that which you have been handed ready-processed. The backbone of the practical work in this course is the use of the National Instruments LabVIEW package. This package is specifically designed to permit you to quickly implement a computer-controlled data gathering and analysis system which can be extensively customised to suit your needs. It is a very capable package but is probably unlike anything you have met before. There is therefore going to be a steep learning curve ahead of you before you will be able to be proficient in such work. I wish I could make it otherwise but I cannot. These notes are designed to make life as easy as possible and to get you started as quickly as possible. In order to make that happen I have made a few restrictions and a few assumptions which are That you are familiar with the concepts of computer systems such as files filestore directories printing etc The notes will help you with the peculiarities of this system That you are reasonably familiar with a GUI Graphical User Interface and with the use of the keyboard and the mouse. That where there are two ways of doing things I will show you one way - you can look at the full manuals to show you other ways of doing the same thing Where there is a system-specific issue I will not discuss other systems This is a course in data-gathering not in pretty LabVIEW programming - what counts is getting the job done not at least .