Altera FPGAs vs transducers AC/CA manufactured by Nationa

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Altera FPGAs vs transducers AC/CA manufactured by Nationa

Postby Adam » Fri Jan 29, 2016 7:42 am

I think it's very interesting how chaotic oscillations can be measured using FPGAs.
But I met with simpler solutions, for example by means of transducers AC / CA manufactured by National Instruments, which also allow you to extract signals from Matlab / Simulink.
So I have a question: What FPGAs in the analysis of chaotic oscillations are better than converters AC / CA?
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Re: Altera FPGAs vs transducers AC/CA manufactured by Natio

Postby mbharat_test » Tue Feb 02, 2016 4:49 pm

Adam wrote:I think it's very interesting how chaotic oscillations can be measured using FPGAs.
But I met with simpler solutions, for example by means of transducers AC / CA manufactured by National Instruments, which also allow you to extract signals from Matlab / Simulink.
So I have a question: What FPGAs in the analysis of chaotic oscillations are better than converters AC / CA?


Adam: if I understand your question correctly, you are asking about the differences in using a LabVIEW based platform as opposed to a "barebones" FPGA. The advantages are that in using LabVIEW, we introduce an extra layer of abstraction in utilizing the FPGA. This is unnecessary and usually also leads to increased complexity.
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