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Averna RF Studio supports multi-recorder synchronization on PXI systems


February 27, 2014
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Averna, an industry-leading developer of test solutions and services for communications and electronics device-makers worldwide, announces a new software release for RF Studio, featuring the ability to synchronize four channels within 1 ns, among other enhancements.

For multiband applications like precision GPS – with signals found simultaneously in L1, L2 and L5 bands – multiple phase-coherent RF channel support is a crucial requirement, especially for development and characterization of RF receivers and the environments they are designed to operate in.

Averna’s RF Studio enables users to maketrouble-free RF recordings, easily manage collected data, and play back their real-world radio, video or navigation signals for in-depth, repeatable analysis and testing. RF Studio is available for both cost-effective and high-performance platforms, and includes smart RF-chain configuration, signal templates, a handy Noise Figure to optimize gain, and tools to visualize and analyze captured signals.

New RF Studio Highlights

  • Multi-recorder and player synchronization on PXI that supports four or more phase-coherent RF channels
  • DriveView™ improvements bring new map features and support to the NI USRP software-defined radio platform (Beta)
  • Numerous usability and productivity enhancements

For more information about RF Studio, click here.

Pricing and Availability

This new version is available at no cost to customers with a valid RF Studio license. Please contact Averna Customer Support ( for details. 

Source: Averna

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