11/22/2002 - The new National Instruments Measurement Hardware Driver Development Kit (DDK) gives experienced programmers the tools they need to build DAQ applications for practically any operating system.
The Measurement Hardware DDK, which can be downloaded online free of charge, makes it easier to perform register-level programming using operating systems including Linux, Windows CE/Pocket PC, QNX, and LabVIEW Real-Time by removing common difficulties such as windowed accesses, register sizes, strobed bits, and register soft copies. By providing support for more operating systems, programmers can use the Measurement Hardware DDK to develop multiple applications including handheld PCMCIA DAQ, Linux-based DAQ, and custom real-time control.
Because it is designed for experienced device-level programmers, the Measurement Hardware DDK is only supported online with discussion forums, downloadable examples, and register-level programming manuals. Programmers creating Original Equipment Manufacturer-type (OEM) systems can use this new toolkit with many NI hardware devices, including E Series multifunction DAQ, analog output, digital I/O, and counter/timers. With the Measurement Hardware DDK, OEM customers can easily amortize the time and expense of register-level programming across many systems.
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