Learn how to build a robust, high-speed data streaming system with FPGA and PXI

Written by Amy Principe | November 08, 2017

The next LabVIEW User Group, located on November 15 at G Systems in Richardson, will show you how to build a robust, high-speed data streaming system with FPGA and PXI. 

The high speed streaming challenge: record as many PXI digitizer channels as possible, each sampling at 50 MS/s to a RAID array for as long as possible. This presentation will take you step by step through the key considerations and methodical approach G Systems used to produce a robust system.

Sound interesting? Please complete this form to attend. RSVP by Nov. 13.

Ralph Hutson, G Systems Sr. Project Engineer II

Date and time:
Wednesday, November 15, from 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Lunch will be provided.

G Systems
1240 E. Campbell Road, Suite 100
Richardson, TX 75081
Telephone: (972) 234-6000

Ralph is a Sr. Project Engineer II for G Systems, where he designs hardware and software solutions. He has worked in the test industry for over three decades with several companies including Rockwell International, Alcatel, Navini Networks, and Cisco Systems. His background includes manufacturing test with emphasis on RF, analog circuit design, and ASIC/FPGA design. Ralph is Certified LabVIEW Developer. He is a hardware guy by heart who also likes that G Systems lets him program in LabVIEW as well.