Channel Wire Communication

Use the channel wire feature in LabVIEW 2016 or later for asynchronous data flow and simplify programming the data transfer between two or more parallel loops. Learn the advantages and limitations of using channel wires to transfer data in LabVIEW, and when channel wires would be the preferred mechanism.

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Audience
  • LabVIEW users who need to write programs that communicate between parallel sections of code
Task-based Objectives After completing this course, you will be able to:
  • Understand how to communicate between parallel loops using channels
  • Identify the differences among channel types
  • Effectively debug Channel communication and implementation
  • Use Channels with Case Structures and SubVIs
Learning Modules
  1. Using Channels
  2. Channel Types
  3. Debugging Channels

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