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Lab View

by Khushal Agrawal
Type: PracticalInstitute: Government college of engineering Chandrapur Specialization: Electronics and Communication EngineeringOffline Downloads: 13Views: 330Uploaded: 10 months agoAdd to Favourite

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List of Experiments 1. BASIC ARITHMETIC OPERATIONS 2. BOOLEAN OPERATIONS 3. SUM OF ‘n’ NUMBERS USING ‘FOR’ LOOP 4. FACTORIAL OF A GIVE NUMBER USING FOR LOOP 5. SUM OF ‘n’ NATURAL NUMBERS USING WHILE LOOP 6. FACTORIAL OF A GIVE NUMBER USING WHILE LOOP 7. SORTING EVEN NUMBERS USING WHILE LOOP IN AN ARRAY 8. ARRAY MAXIMUM AND MINIMUM 9. BUNDLE AND UNBUNDLE CLUSTER 10. FLAT AND STACKED SEQUENCE 11. APPLICATION USING FORMULA NODE 12. MEDIAN FILTER 13. DISCRETE COSINE TRANSFORM 14. CONVOLUTION OF TWO SIGNALS 15. WINDOWING TECHNIQUE 16. INSTRUMENTATION OF AN AMPLIFIER TO ACQUIRE AN ECG SIGNAL    17. ACQUIRE, ANALYSE AND PRESENT AN EEG USING VIRTUAL INSTRUMENTATION    
Exp No: 1 BASIC ARITHMETIC OPERATIONS Aim: To perform basic arithmetic operations using Labview.  Algorithm: Step 1: Start the Lab view and select the blank VI. Step 2: Create front and block diagram panel. Step 3: Numeric controls are given as inputs and numeric indicators are given as output they are selected by right clicking on the front panel. Step 4: Different arithmetic operators such as addition, subtraction, multiplication and division are generated in block diagram panel. Step 5: Using wiring operation inputs and outputs are connected to the respective operators in the block diagram panel. Step 6: Input values are given in the front panel and the program is executed. Hence the output is generated.
Block Diagram Panel:   
Front Panel: Input:                                                        :     Output:                Result:  Thus the arithmetic operations were performed and the result is  verified using lab view. 

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