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Nuts & Volts Magazine (March 2017)

Computer Control and Interfacing with the NI MyRIO

By David Ward    View In Digital Edition  

All of the I/O signals that have been dealt with in the past three articles have been digital in nature. Many measurements of events occurring in the natural world are analog, which means that they vary over a range of values and often vary continuously. These analog values are not compatible with a digital computer system that can only deal with 1s and 0s. Here’s how we deal with it.


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