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NI Provides Grantsfor Education

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As a result of a $5 million donation from National Instruments of Austin, Texas, engineering programs at academic institutions such as Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Fudan University in China and Indian Institute of Technology have access to the company's products. Those products include PXI-based radio frequency modules and control hardware, and the Educational Laboratory Virtual Instrumentation Suites.

National Instruments has contributed $4 million worth of products and $1 million in cash to more than 100 universities worldwide for teaching and research in areas such as signal processing, control systems and communications. Students using the equipment and the LabView graphical development environment will be able to put theory into practice through interfaces and connectivity to numerous measurement devices.

Photonics Spectra
Mar 2005
BusinessCommunicationscontrol hardwarelight speedNational InstrumentsPXI-based radio frequency modules

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