Sound and Vibration Fundamentals (Online) Instructor-Led Online Only

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  • Learn fundamental sound and vibration concepts and measurements
  • Obtain an introduction to linear systems and frequency analysis
  • Perform vibration analysis with the NI Sound and Vibration Assistant
  • Evaluate a sensor based on its specifications and application
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The instructor-led, online NI Sound and Vibration Fundamentals course focuses on key sound and vibration concepts such as the limitations and implications of fast Fourier transforms (FFTs), the difference between sound power and sound pressure, and the concept of a level measurement. NI hardware and software are used to teach and illustrate the concepts, but prior knowledge of these tools is not necessary.

Designed for users who cannot attend classroom-based training, this online course combines interactive learning technology through the Internet with live instruction and hands-on exercises to deliver many of the benefits of an instructor-led classroom course while reducing your training and development costs.

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Regional Online Self-Paced
Location Training facilities across the country At your home or office, via the Internet At your home or office
Duration 1 - 3 full days 1-4 half days At your own pace
Price $$$ $$ $
NI Certified Instructor Yes Yes No
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On-site courses deliver the classroom learning experience to your company's facilities. They not only eliminate travel and hotel expenses but also give you the opportunity to modify the courses for your company's specific needs

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