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  • High-Speed Serial FPGA Module

    PXIe-7902 - National Instruments

    12.5 Gbps, 24-Channel PXI High-Speed Serial Instrument—The PXIe-7902 is designed for engineers who need high-performance FPGA co-processing capabilities or who need to validate, interface through, and test serial protocols. It includes a Xilinx Virtex-7 FPGA to implement various high-speed serial protocols, and it is programmable with the LabVIEW FPGA Module for maximum application-specific customization and reuse. The PXIe-7902 takes advantage of FPGA multigigabit transceivers to deliver 24 TX and RX serial lanes.

  • High-Speed Serial Module

    PXIe-6592 - National Instruments

    10 Gbps, 4-Channel PXI High-Speed Serial Instrument—The PXIe‑6592 is designed for engineers who need to validate, interface through, and test serial protocols. It includes a Xilinx Kintex‑7 FPGA to implement various high-speed serial protocols, and it is programmable in LabVIEW FPGA for maximum application-specific customization and reuse. The PXIe‑6592 takes advantage of FPGA multigigabit transceivers and up to four TX and RX lanes.

  • High-Speed Serial Module

    PXIe-6591 - National Instruments

    12.5 Gbps, 8-Channel PXI High-Speed Serial Instrument—The PXIe‑6591 is designed for engineers who need to validate, interface through, and test serial protocols. It includes a Xilinx Kintex‑7 FPGA to implement various high-speed serial protocols, and it is programmable with the LabVIEW FPGA Module for maximum application-specific customization and reuse. The PXIe‑6591 takes advantage of FPGA multigigabit transceivers and up to eight TX and RX lanes. In addition to high-speed serial lanes, the PXIe‑6591 features digital I/O signals that support multiple logic families with per line, per cycle direction control.

  • HIL Simulators

    National Instruments

    HIL Simulators are revolutionizing the way companies test embedded software. NI hardware-in-the-loop (HIL) test systems are built on open, flexible platforms that you can customize to fit your needs and quickly adapt as test requirements change. With easy-to-use software and tight integration with third-party tools like The MathWorks, Inc. Simulink® software, you can test earlier and more often, increasing the quality of your embedded software. NI has the widest breadth of I/O in the industry, including camera data processing and RF measurements and simulation, which ensures your HIL test system can handle the most advanced embedded technologies.

  • LabVIEW Communications

    National Instruments

    Researchers and scientists are racing to deliver solutions that can keep pace with the demands for improved connectivity. This rising pressure to prototype in hardware is compelling designers to invent new algorithms to transform ideas into concrete solutions. Unfortunately, the tools available today fetter innovation with their disjointed paths from concept to real-world signal.LabVIEW Communications remedies this by providing a design environment closely integrated with NI software defined radio (SDR) hardware to enable rapid prototyping communications systems. From host-based USRP prototypes to more demanding host- and FPGA-based USRP RIO and FlexRIO systems, designers can rely on LabVIEW Communications to offer a scalable, unified path to connect their algorithms to real-world signals. Innovate faster with LabVIEW Communications.

  • LabVIEW Communications Application Frameworks

    National Instruments

    The Application Frameworks are software reference designs that provide a rich set of high performance FPGA IP for prototyping real-time wireless communication systems. When combined with NI’s line of software defined radios, the Application Frameworks form a complete hardware and software prototyping platform that enables researchers to accelerate their prototyping efforts and achieve results quickly.

  • LabVIEW Development Systems

    National Instruments

    Base--The instant productivity of graphical development for DAQ and instrument controlFull--A rich set of routines for mathematics, signal processing, and signal generationProfessional--The solution for professional developers who need code deployment or validationLabVIEW suites--LabVIEW Professional plus industry-specific add-on software

  • LabVIEW Full Development System

    National Instruments

    LabVIEW is engineering software designed specifically for test, measurement, and control applications that require rapid access to hardware and data insights. The LabVIEW Full Development System is recommended to customize your engineering application with advanced inline analysis and control algorithms. For applications that require software engineering tools to develop, debug, and deploy professional applications, consider LabVIEW Professional Development System.

  • LabVIEW Professional Development System

    National Instruments

    ntegrate hardware from a variety of measurement instruments and devicesIntuitive graphical programming syntax to simplify automationBuild custom user interfaces for engineering applicationsBuilt-in algorithms for signal processing, analysis, math, and PID controlSoftware engineering tools to debug, validate, and deploy codeOne-year SSP membership for technical support, online training, and software upgrades

  • LabVIEW Tools for Digital Filter Design and Implementation

    LabVIEW Digital Filter Design Toolkit - National Instruments

    The LabVIEW Digital Filter Design Toolkit extends LabVIEW with functions and interactive tools for the design, analysis, and implementation of digital filters. New digital filter users can explore classical designs with the built-in interactive design tools, while experienced users can find a breadth of algorithms, filter topologies, and analysis tools for both fixed- and floating-point digital filters. For fixed-point filters, you can model quantization effects, optimize numeric representation/topology, and deploy the design on a digital signal processor or FPGA using automatically generated ANSI C or LabVIEW FPGA code.

  • Low-Voltage Differential Adapter Module

    NI-6585B - National Instruments

    200 MHz, 32 LVDS-Channel Digital I/O Adapter Module for FlexRIO—The NI-6585B is a digital I/O adapter module that, when combined with a PXI FPGA Module for FlexRIO, creates a digital instrument for interfacing with 32 low-voltage differential signaling (LVDS) digital pins. A digital I/O adapter module for FlexRIO can be used to do real-time interfacing of standard protocols and implement customized protocols. The NI-6585 can operate at up to 200 MHz clock rates and includes support for common LVDS voltages.

  • Low-Voltage Differential Adapter Module

    NI-6585 / 781071-01 - National Instruments

    200 MHz, 32 LVDS-Channel Digital I/O Adapter Module for FlexRIO—The NI-6585 is a digital I/O adapter module that, when combined with a PXI FPGA Module for FlexRIO, creates a digital instrument for interfacing with 32 low-voltage differential signaling (LVDS) digital pins. A digital I/O adapter module for FlexRIO can be used to do real-time interfacing of standard protocols and implement customized protocols. The NI-6585 can operate at up to 200 MHz clock rates and includes support for common LVDS voltages.

  • LTE/LTE-Advanced Analysis Using NI PXI RF Test Instruments

    NI-RFmx LTE/LTE-Advanced - National Instruments

    Highly optimized RF measurement experiencePerform physical layer analysis on LTE cellular signals including MODACC, ACPR, CHP, OBW, and SEMIncludes support for TDD, FDD, and LTE-Advanced signals specified in 3GPP standards release 12Simple access to advanced measurement parallelism

  • LTE NAD System Noffz ComputerTechnik GmbH

    UTP 9085 - National Instruments

    The NOFFZ UTP 9085 System is one production unit with combined multiple flashing, calibration, and verification as well as subsequent packaging stations for LTE NAD Modules (DUTs).In generally the System can operate fully automated and in parallel. So more than 60 modules are fed into the machine and are detected in a scanner position. Then the portal system moves the modules to the flash stations which can program 8 DUTs in parallel. Besides that the calibration can be done in 4 RF Chambers. In 4 separate verification stations the DUTs are checked on all Parameters, before the portal system moves the DUTs into the packaging / label station. All stations are integrated into the customer’s existing iTAC traceability system.

  • LIN Interface Device

    PCI-8516 / 781365-01 - National Instruments

    2-Port, PCI, LIN Interface Device—The PXI‑8516 is a Local Interconnect Network (LIN) interface for developing applications with the NI‑XNET driver. The PXI‑8516 excels in applications requiring real-time, high-speed manipulation of hundreds of LIN frames and signals, such as hardware‑in‑the‑loop simulation, rapid control prototyping, bus monitoring, automation control, and more. The NI‑XNET device-driven DMA engine enables the onboard processor to move LIN frames and signals between the interface and the user program without CPU interrupts, minimize message latency, and free host processor time for processing complex models and applications.