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Owning Palette: FPGA Interface VIs and Functions
Requires: FPGA Module. This topic might not match its corresponding palette in LabVIEW depending on your operating system, licensed product(s), and target.
|Butterworth Coefficients||Generates filter coefficients for the Butterworth Filter Express VI. Use this VI in a host VI.|
|Convert PID Gains||Converts PID gains in the Academic, Parallel, or Series form to the normalized Parallel form that the PID VI expects.|
|Discrete FP Transfer Function to FXP||Converts a transfer function system model from floating-point to fixed-point representation. Obtain this model by entering values into the FP Transfer Function Model control or by using the VIs included with the LabVIEW Control Design & Simulation Module.|
You then can implement this model on an FPGA by using the Discrete Transfer Function Direct VI.
|FFT to Spectrum||Converts the output of the Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) Express VI to a power or amplitude spectrum. The spectrum is single-sided and scaled.|
|Normalize Signal Generation Parameters||Converts frequency, phase, and duty cycle parameters into fixed-point units normalized to the clock rate. |
Use the Normalize Signal Generation Parameters VI in a host VI to convert values for the following FPGA VIs: Sine Wave Generator and Square Wave Generator.
|Notch Coefficients||Generates filter coefficients for the Notch Filter Express VI.|
|Sample Rate To Loop Time||Converts the desired sample rate to the appropriate count for the Loop Timer Express VI and computes the achievable sample rate for use with other Scaling VIs.|
|Scale Period||Converts the period output, expressed in samples, from the Analog Period Measurement Express VI to a period in units of seconds using the sample rate you specify. This VI also returns the frequency of the measurement in hertz using the sample rate you specify. Use the Scale Period VI in a host VI.|