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About JaviRome

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  1. I think that you have to get the CD Draw Transfer Function.vi and the equation indicator out of the simulation loop. Maybe also the CD Convert.vi too, I just do not know right now, you have to check wheter option works for you.
  2. If you created a TF model in Simulation module, and you do not want to create a new model and use some of the functions of the Control Design toolkit, if I am not wrong you could use it using that function you say. (CD Convert from Simulation to Control Design.vi). If the TF model you created is a continuous model, if I am not wrong, you can connect that model directly to the function and set the sampling period equal to zero. But then if the model you created is discrete, you may also do the same but this time putting in dt, the sampling period of the discretization. But, if the model you created is continuous and you want to use a discrete equivalent, you must set dt equal to zero in the conversion bewteen systems and then add a discretization function on the Control Design Toolkit, CD Convert Continuous to Discrete.vi because just putting a value nonzero of sampling time at the conversion is by no means a discrete equivalent of the model. Hope this works for you! Best Regards, Javi.
  3. CLAD passed!! Made a few mistakes but I am happy because I am passed. Most difficult questions were at the beginning and my mind was blowing up... Now going for the CLD!! Thank you ALL very much for the help and support.
  4. Hello Jaredk, thank for your support, just want to make you one question... as you were student ambassador, I just have search the NI community forums, and it seems that there are several "CLAD Workshops" which I suppose might be a good start point to prepare the exam, could you recommend me one? (although it seems they are all similar, which one you think it is the most complete to prepare the exam?...or something like that)
  5. Thank you for your advice, Oakromulo, I´ll check that webcast. I am on the book quest, besides the books I stated on my first post, I have read on the Labview wiki these others: A Software Engineering Approach to LabVIEW [2] Prentice Hall, 2003 Conway, Jon, and Watts Steve. LabVIEW for Everyone Graphical Programming Made Easy and Fun (3rd Edition) [3] (which is the recommended book here) Prentice Hall PTR, 2006 Travis, Jeffery, and Kring, Jim. Hands On Introduction to LabVIEW for Scientist and Engineers [6] Oxford University Press, 2008 Essick, John. which one you think it is better suited for helping to taking the CLAD and eventually in the future the CLD? and anyone knows if they are equivalent to the ones I stated? or if they are complementary...like ... better for one thing, lesser for another.. any help will be appreciated I think I am going to purchase one book and I want to maximize the investment!!
  6. Thank you for your responses, I´ve already downloaded the practice exams and other NI stuff, and I am going to check The Daily CLAD at least twice a day!! Do you think that "Advanced Labview Techniques" and "The Labview Style Book" are more oriented towards CLD taking? I think "Labview for Engineers" is quite simple and "Labview Advanced Instrumentation" is more practical or oriented into play with hardware, I am in doubt of purchasing "Labview for everyone" because although I think it would be a great help for preparing the CLAD I have no such a lot of time and maybe with the Basics and the internet info, youtube channels....etc is sufficient to make it. "Labview for everyone" would be worthly if someday I decided to take the CLD? Thank you again for the help!!
  7. Hello folks, This is my first message in the forum, so I take advantage of this to salute you all, I need to prepare for CLAD in a very few time, it has to be before January 8 mandatory. I am relatively new to Labview, I am only have 8 months of developing experience (but no professonally) and mostly I have learned by myself, reading books and NI guides, as I had to work with an SB-RIO to develope a Control application for my final career work. I have the Labview Basic Course I and II but I do not know if they are outdated and if it would be a problem to prepare for the exam using these, unfortunately I do not have access to more recent Labview Core 1 and 2. Do you guys think that using the Basic Courses as a base-material should be ok? Also I read here in the forums that "Labview for Everyone" is the prefered book, but I have some other books and before spending my funds on amazon I wanted to check with you if they are more or less equivalent and valid to my purpose of obtaining the CLAD in this time. "Labview advanced programming techniques 2nd Edition" "Labview for Engineers" "Labview Based Advanced Instrumentation" "The Labview Style book" Plus I also have the Compact Rio developers guide and the 6 hours course ...ect I think I am going to use the Basic Courses but I need your opinion if I am going to need to complete this study with some books, and if this is true, would be some of the titles I post above sufficient? Please let me appologize because my lack of experience is causing some king of anxiety to the task I have ahead. And let me thank you in advance.
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