NI announced LabVIEW Communications System Design Suite 2.0, a development environment specifically designed for prototyping wireless communications systems. This new version adds NI Linux Real-Time capability for all software defined radio (SDR) products including the NI USRP RIO and FlexRIO.
Tektronix Inc., a worldwide provider of test, measurement and monitoring instrumentation, has expanded its line of disruptive USB-based real-time spectrum analyzers with 4 new higher-performance models targeting design, spectrum management and wireless transmitter installation and maintenance applications.
For electrical field strength emissions measurement Gauss Instruments has introduced a novel real-time scanning feature for its TDEMI X test receiver series providing several gigahertz real-time bandwidth.
Optimal+, a global big data analytics provider for the semiconductor industry, announced that it has collaborated with NI, a leading provider of platform-based test systems that enable engineers and scientists to solve the world’s greatest engineering challenges, so that the entire suite of solutions from Optimal+ will be supported by NI’s Semiconductor Test System (STS) via the Optimal+ Proxy starting in Q1 2016.
Using the TDEMI X of GAUSS INSTRUMENTS with a real-time analysis bandwidth of 645 MHz and fully gapless evaluation and visualizing (Option QCDSP-UG, 645M UG) the final maximization can be performed at all frequencies simultaneously.
IZT GmbH launched a new option for its powerful R4000 RF receiver. The 32768-point FFT option in combination with the 120 MHz real-time bandwidth ensures reliable detection of fast bursts and frequency-agile signals. Even the most advanced hoppers with extremely high hop rates are detected under demanding SNR environments. The Hopper Detector plugin provides real-time information about detected hoppers containing bandwidth, dwell time and time-of-arrival information.
Averna, an industry-leading developer of test solutions and services for communications and electronics device-makers worldwide, announced today the industry’s first RF tool offering high-performance record-and-playback and real-time simulation in one cost-effective platform.
Designed with the user in mind, Berkeley Nucleonics Corp. releases a new real-time spectrum analyzer (RTSA) that has all of the capabilities of the big brand units but at a cost that prompts the question “Why not buy four?”