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Anu Kalidas

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About Anu Kalidas

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  • Birthday 11/30/1980

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    Linköping, Sweden
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    LabVIEW, Flute

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    LabVIEW 2009
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    2002
  1. As mentioned here, for the time being you will have to PM Michael.
  2. Michael and team, Thank you very much for the great work.
  3. Done :thumbup: BTW now one has to sort by "Most Recommended" and your comment will be the first.
  4. QUOTE (Gary Rubin @ May 12 2009, 09:27 AM) How did you implement the delay between counter 0 and counter 1 generation?
  5. QUOTE (jgcode @ Apr 4 2009, 12:20 PM) JG, My cDAQ knowledge is very limited, so it is possible that what NI support says is correct. Till now, I was of the thinking that the cDAQ chassis provides all timing (clocks) to IO modules. Hence I assumed that the ai/SampleClock or timebase is an internal source and not an external source. One thing I am not sure is, when we specify ai/sampleclock as the clock source, how will it get routed to the 9411 module? There is a direct route between sample clock and mod5 PFI lines, but will NI-DAQ do the routing or do you have to route the clock to a P
  6. QUOTE (jgcode @ Apr 3 2009, 05:34 PM) In one of the example VIs they say that you cannot use internal timebases for clock and should be supplied 'externally'. I guess this means you will have to give the clock signal to one of the PFI lines of 9411. Internal routing (which is the case when you use cDAQ1/ai/SampleClock) may not be supported.
  7. While using the real hardware, don't you have to set the sampling rate for the 9237 module? Not sure whether without this the ai sample clock will generate pulses. It looks like the acquisition timed out before any sample is acquired. A quick check can be to replace 'cDAQ1Mod1/ai/SampleClock' with 'cDAQ1Mod1/ai/SampleClockTimebase'...
  8. You can password protect your VI so that no one will be able to open the block diagram. File>>VI Properties>>Protection and select 'Password-Protected'.
  9. Hi John, Thanks for posting this example. I tried installing the web service using 'with RTE' installer in PCs not having LabVIEW. In some PCs the installed web service failed to work while in some other PCs it is working perfectly. Is there any way to check why it may not be working in some PC? I have enabled all the ports mentioned in the PDF document and even tried disabling the firewall. Still no luck. Thanks
  10. You can use Zoom FFT to get higher resolution. This VI is available with the sound and Vibration Suite.
  11. This video and your other posts on TDMS and DIAdem are very helpful...thanks a lot :thumbup:
  12. Thanks Jim. I was using the installer for SVN (was not quite sure whether it is the Windows one or not). Actually while installing SVN, it didn't detect that Apache is installed. So I manually copied the .SO files to the ..\Apache\Modules folder and modified the httpd.conf file. After this I uninstalled Apache 2.2 and installed Apache 2.0.59 and followed the same process (without uninsatlling SVN). This works pefectly, which suggests that i am using the correct (windows) .SO files. Is there any location from which I can get the correct compiled .SO files. Also just now I downloaded SVN 1
  13. hi, I got following error message while trying to setup Apache 2.2 and Subversion 1.3.2 httpd: Syntax error on line 119 of C:/Programming/Apache2.2/conf/httpd.conf: API module structure `dav_svn_module' in file C:/Programming/Apache2.2/modules/mod_dav_svn.so is garbled - perhaps this is not an Apache module DSO? I've included, LoadModule dav_fs_module modules/mod_dav_fs.so LoadModule dav_module modules/mod_dav.so LoadModule dav_svn_module modules/mod_dav_svn.so LoadModule authz_svn_module modules/mod_authz_svn.so in the httpd.conf file. Any ideas on how to solve this issue? Thanks
  14. Here is a small irritant... If I use a strict type def constant, by default the autosizing option will be "size to fit" and will not change if I change it on the parent control. So each time I create a constant, I have to manually go to BD and change the option to "None"... :headbang: .Things become worse if you have nested clusters... Is there a way out of this.... .
  15. Couple of days back I upgraded to LV8. The development enviroment looks really nice. But once I started using it I felt that its not as cool as it looks...particularly the project explorer window... Probably I will be able to appreciate the features once I start using it regularly...But I would like to know what other people think of the project explorer...Does it really make life easy( or complicated?). One thing I would like to know is the reason for not creating a folder in the drive when you create a new folder in the project explorer window. Also how helpful is the project explorer if
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