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LabVIEW Online Training in Hyderabad India


Lab VIEW (short for Laboratory Virtual Instrument Engineering Workbench)
is a system-design platform and development environment for a visual
programming language from National Instruments.

The graphical language is named "G" (not to be confused with G-code).
Originally released for the Apple Macintosh in 1986, Lab VIEW is commonly
used for data acquisition, instrument control, and industrial automation on a
variety of platforms including Microsoft Windows, various versions
of UNIX, Linux, and Mac OS X. The latest version of Lab VIEW is Lab VIEW
2013, released in August 2013.

Lab VIEW software is ideal for any measurement or control system, and the
heart of the NI design platform. Integrating all the tools that engineers and
scientists need to build a wide range of applications in dramatically less
time, Lab VIEW is a development environment for problem solving,
accelerated productivity, and continual innovation.

The programming language used in Lab VIEW, also referred to as G, is
a dataflow programming language. Execution is determined by the structure
of a graphical block diagram (the Lab VIEW-source code) on which the
programmer connects different function-nodes by drawing wires. These
wires propagate variables and any node can execute as soon as all its input
data become available. Since this might be the case for multiple nodes
simultaneously, G is inherently capable of parallel execution. Multiprocessing
and multi-threading hardware is automatically exploited by the
built-in scheduler, which multiplexes multiple OS threads over the nodes
ready for executions.


Before going through Lab VIEW Training candidate should have
knowledge of given concepts listed below:

 Basic Knowledge of Electronics.
 C programming


LabVIEW Course Contents

Session 1: Understanding of Lab VIEW
 Introduction to Lab VIEW.
 What, Where, Why Lab VIEW?
 Future & Scope of Lab VIEW.
 Overview of the Data Acquisition Process
 Graphical Programming with Lab VIEW
Session 2: The Design Process
 Creation of Parts
 Feature Order
 Design Intent
 Feature Manipulation
 Part Design
 Creation of Assemblies
 Creation of Drawings
 Modifying Objects
 Object Reference or Dependency
Session 3: Designing using C
 C Concepts
 Loops
 Flow Controls
Session 4: The Lab VIEW Environment
 The Circle Area Program
 Conventions Used in the Text
 Launching Lab VIEW
 Developing the User Interface on the Front Panel
 The Lab VIEW Cursor and Tools Palette
 Develop Code on the Block Diagram
 Documentation
 Comparing Lab VIEW with a C Text-Based
 Program
 Simplified Interactions Between the Graphical
 Program and the Computer
 Introduction to Data Types
 Simple Calculations
 Arithmetic in Lab VIEW
 Data Flow
 Block Diagram Cleanup
 Debugging
Session 5: Basic DAQ Software Design
 Flow Control
 Continuous Temperature Measurement
 Implementing User Preferences Contents
 Algorithms, Pseudo Code, and Flowcharts
 Case Structure
 The Broken Run Arrow
 Default Values of Controls
 Data Types
 While Loop
 Explicit Execution Timing
 Software Control Timing
 Point-by-Point Continuous Measurement with NI
 Property and Invoke Nodes
 Export Chart Data
 Event Structure
Session 6: Hierarchical Programming and State Machines
 Program Architectures
 Temperature Measurement State Machine
 Enumerated Types
 State Machine Template and Type Def.
 Shift Registers
 Block Diagram Development
 Style
 Modular Programming with Sub Vis
 Icon Editing
 Connector Pane and Terminals

Block Diagram Development with a Sub VI
 The Lab VIEW Project
 Icons or Expandable Nodes
 Sequence Structure
Session 7: Working with Data
 Arrays
 The Array Control
 For Loop
 Loop Tunnel Indexing
 Formula Node
 Graphs and Charts
 Special Characters
 Array Functions
 Multidimensional Arrays
 Coercion
 Statistical Analysis
 Histogram
 Matrices
Session 8: Projects
 Data Acquisition
 Array Designing
 Loop Designing
 Waveform Generation
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