This book covers the fundamental knowledge needed for interfacing sensors with a PC using the new framework of virtual instrumentation. The authors focus on the knowledge required by a non-professional to develop a modern monitoring system. Specifically written for senior undergraduates in engineering and science, as well as practising engineers and researchers with an interest in using computer-based instrumentation, but with limited knowledge of computer hardware and monitoring software, the text contains numerous numerical and programming examples. An accompanying CD-ROM features data and program files that can be used to facilitate the preparation of experimental demonstrations.I#l H | |13pl Application Fom~~]3 f|~Tj [^Tj \aamp;jAp Hewlett 34401A Packard Multimelei Tia#39;aiet (10000 ms) /~nooooo .1 Soetw AcInternal} e, JFjIntemal | Function a#39;CkVOq KT; IDC ... 1 Manual Ret. fl: 5.5 Digits] Maneail Range (1.00) frgtoDiBb | Sim .j . |M Manual Delay t0) GPIB Addieu (22) SB 1 enoi oul ttatus - ode. ... 2.3 HP VEETM 2.3.1 General properties Hewlett-Packarda#39;s Visual Engineering Environment.
|Title||:||Applied virtual instrumentation|
|Author||:||Roman Baican, Dan S. Necsulescu|
|Publisher||:||Computational Mechanics - 2000-01|