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What are the differences between Labview and VHDL?

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dear all,
what is the different between labview and VHDL?
what is the benefits of both? and which better??
thanks
 

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Re: labview&VHDL

Hi,
VHDL is a hardware descriptive language and labview tool wherein we can analyse the signal in real time..
 

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Re: labview&VHDL

Tan said:
Hi,
VHDL is a hardware descriptive language and labview tool wherein we can analyse the signal in real time..

this means i can't program CPLD&FPGA by labview??
 

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labview&VHDL

LabVIEW has an optional FPGA module. I've never used it. The advertising suggests it only works with NI's FPGA boards.
http://www.ni.com/fpga/

I see no mention of CPLD support.
 

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