Demonstrates how to utilize CableSense technology to test the internal impedance or reflection coefficient at each point within a cable connected to a DUT.
NI has released CableSense as an automated method of verifying the cable integrity of your Oscilloscope's signal path. This example utilizes that technology by giving users a possible starting point to build masks (expected cable behavior) and to verify their cable setup against that mask. See the White Paper linked below for more information on CableSense technology.
LabVIEW 2015 or compatible
NI-SCOPE 18.7 or compatible
This project consists of two top-level VIs: CableSense - Create and Save Mask and CableSense - Verify Against Mask. First, follow the instructions below for Create and Save Mask. Then, if you would like to load a saved mask instead of creating a new one, follow the subsequent instructions for Verify Against Mask
Instructions for CableSense - Create and Save Mask VI:
Instructions for CableSense - Verify Against Mask VI:
For more information on CableSense, see the CableSense White Paper.
For a full list of CableSense-enabled oscilloscopes, visit the Readme for the NI-Scope 18.7 Driver.