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  • NI Global Navigation Satellite System ToolkitsCustom GNSS Signal Generation

    National Instruments

    The NI GPS Simulation Toolkit and NI GLONASS Simulation Toolkit for NI LabVIEW software help you create simulated waveforms for use with NI RF signal generators to produce customized and repeatable receiver tests. With the advanced API, you can create custom motion trajectories, adjust individual satellite power levels, and incorporate real-time feedback from the device under test into your test system. Using the toolkits, you can stream a simulated signal as you create it with an NI vector signal generator as well as adjust signal characteristics during generation or create predefined scenario tests for up to 24 hours of repeatable test.

  • Vector Signal Generator

    PXIe-5673E / 781263-02 - National Instruments

    6.6 GHz PXI Vector Signal Generator—The PXIe‑5673E is a wide-bandwidth module that, when combined with the appropriate software, can generate a variety of signals. With the Modulation Toolkit for LabVIEW, it can generate different waveforms including AM, FM, CPM, ASK, FSK, MSK, PSK, QAM (4‑, 16‑, 64‑, and 256‑QAM), multitone signals, arbitrary waveforms, and many others. In addition, you can combine these vector signal generators with standard-specific software to generate signals for GPS, GSM/ EDGE/WCDMA, WLAN, WiMAX, DVB‑C/H/C, ISDB‑T, ZigBee, and others. With PXIe‑5673E stream‑from‑disk capabilities, you can generate continuous waveforms that are up to several terabytes in length.

  • Vector Signal Generator

    PXIe-5673E / 781340-04 - National Instruments

    6.6 GHz PXI Vector Signal Generator—The PXIe‑5673E is a wide-bandwidth module that, when combined with the appropriate software, can generate a variety of signals. With the Modulation Toolkit for LabVIEW, it can generate different waveforms including AM, FM, CPM, ASK, FSK, MSK, PSK, QAM (4‑, 16‑, 64‑, and 256‑QAM), multitone signals, arbitrary waveforms, and many others. In addition, you can combine these vector signal generators with standard-specific software to generate signals for GPS, GSM/ EDGE/WCDMA, WLAN, WiMAX, DVB‑C/H/C, ISDB‑T, ZigBee, and others. With PXIe‑5673E stream‑from‑disk capabilities, you can generate continuous waveforms that are up to several terabytes in length.

  • 3.3 GHz RF Signal Generator

    PXIe-5651 / 781216-01 - National Instruments

    PXIe, 3.3 GHz, PXI RF Analog Signal Generator—The PXIe‑5651 features continuous-wave generation capabilities with FM, 2‑FSK, or OOK modulation. It uses direct digital synthesis (DDS) for high-resolution frequency hopping or phase-continuous sweeping for fixture and device characterization applications. The PXIe‑5651 is ideal for clocking nonstandard sample rates, such as WCDMA signals at baseband or intermediate frequency (IF). With these versatile signal generators, you can perform analog and digital modulation through the onboard DDS circuit, which gives you frequency modulation and frequency-shift keying for applications such as bit error rate test, antenna testing, or even keyless entry. You can also perform amplitude modulation using on-off keying.

  • 3.3 GHz RF Signal Generator

    PXI-5651 - National Instruments

    3.3 GHz PXI RF Analog Signal Generator—The PXI‑5651 features continuous-wave generation capabilities with FM, 2‑FSK, or OOK modulation. It uses direct digital synthesis (DDS) for high-resolution frequency hopping or phase-continuous sweeping for fixture and device characterization applications. The PXI‑5651 is ideal for clocking nonstandard sample rates, such as WCDMA signals at baseband or intermediate frequency (IF). With these versatile signal generators, you can perform analog and digital modulation through the onboard DDS circuit, which gives you frequency modulation and frequency-shift keying for applications such as bit error rate test, antenna testing, or even keyless entry. You can also perform amplitude modulation using on-off keying.

  • RF Record and Playback Test System Stream RF Data to and from Hard Disk

    National Instruments

    The high-bandwidth PCI and PCI Express data buses of PXI enable instruments to stream live signals to and from hard drives at up to 3.2 GB/s. NI RF record and playback systems combine PXI RF signal analyzers and RF signal generators with RAID arrays for high-speed, long-duration recording and playback. With the ability to generate or acquire terabytes of continuous data, PXI instruments can help you test receivers using real-world signals that are captured with an antenna. As a result, you can observe how receivers are able to adapt to common impairments in their deployment environments.

  • Vector Signal Generator

    PXIe-5673E / 781340-03 - National Instruments

    6.6 GHz PXI Vector Signal Generator—The PXIe‑5673E is a wide-bandwidth module that, when combined with the appropriate software, can generate a variety of signals. With the Modulation Toolkit for LabVIEW, it can generate different waveforms including AM, FM, CPM, ASK, FSK, MSK, PSK, QAM (4‑, 16‑, 64‑, and 256‑QAM), multitone signals, arbitrary waveforms, and many others. In addition, you can combine these vector signal generators with standard-specific software to generate signals for GPS, GSM/ EDGE/WCDMA, WLAN, WiMAX, DVB‑C/H/C, ISDB‑T, ZigBee, and others. With PXIe‑5673E stream‑from‑disk capabilities, you can generate continuous waveforms that are up to several terabytes in length.

  • 1.3 GHz RF Signal Generator

    PXIe-5650 - National Instruments

    PXIe, 1.3 GHz, PXI RF Analog Signal Generator—The PXIe‑5650 features continuous-wave generation capabilities with FM, 2‑FSK, or OOK modulation. It uses direct digital synthesis (DDS) for high-resolution frequency hopping or phase-continuous sweeping for fixture and device characterization applications. The PXIe‑5650 is ideal for clocking nonstandard sample rates, such as WCDMA signals at baseband or intermediate frequency (IF). With these versatile signal generators, you can perform analog and digital modulation through the onboard DDS circuit, which gives you frequency modulation and frequency-shift keying for applications such as bit error rate test, antenna testing, or even keyless entry. You can also perform amplitude modulation using on-off keying.

  • Vector Signal Generator

    PXIe-5673E / 781263-01 - National Instruments

    6.6 GHz PXI Vector Signal Generator—The PXIe‑5673E is a wide-bandwidth module that, when combined with the appropriate software, can generate a variety of signals. With the Modulation Toolkit for LabVIEW, it can generate different waveforms including AM, FM, CPM, ASK, FSK, MSK, PSK, QAM (4‑, 16‑, 64‑, and 256‑QAM), multitone signals, arbitrary waveforms, and many others. In addition, you can combine these vector signal generators with standard-specific software to generate signals for GPS, GSM/ EDGE/WCDMA, WLAN, WiMAX, DVB‑C/H/C, ISDB‑T, ZigBee, and others. With PXIe‑5673E stream‑from‑disk capabilities, you can generate continuous waveforms that are up to several terabytes in length.

  • 6.6 GHz RF Analog Signal Generator

    PXI-5652 - National Instruments

    6.6 GHz PXI RF Analog Signal Generator—The PXI‑5652 features continuous-wave generation capabilities with FM, 2‑FSK, or OOK modulation. It uses direct digital synthesis (DDS) for high-resolution frequency hopping or phase-continuous sweeping for fixture and device characterization applications. The PXI‑5652 is ideal for clocking nonstandard sample rates, such as WCDMA signals at baseband or intermediate frequency (IF). With these versatile signal generators, you can perform analog and digital modulation through the onboard DDS circuit, which gives you frequency modulation and frequency-shift keying for applications such as bit error rate test, antenna testing, or even keyless entry. You can also perform amplitude modulation using on-off keying.

  • Vector Signal Generator

    PXIe-5673E / 781263-03 - National Instruments

    6.6 GHz PXI Vector Signal Generator—The PXIe‑5673E is a wide-bandwidth module that, when combined with the appropriate software, can generate a variety of signals. With the Modulation Toolkit for LabVIEW, it can generate different waveforms including AM, FM, CPM, ASK, FSK, MSK, PSK, QAM (4‑, 16‑, 64‑, and 256‑QAM), multitone signals, arbitrary waveforms, and many others. In addition, you can combine these vector signal generators with standard-specific software to generate signals for GPS, GSM/ EDGE/WCDMA, WLAN, WiMAX, DVB‑C/H/C, ISDB‑T, ZigBee, and others. With PXIe‑5673E stream‑from‑disk capabilities, you can generate continuous waveforms that are up to several terabytes in length.

  • 6.6 GHz RF Analog Signal Generator

    PXIe-5652 - National Instruments

    PXIe, 6.6 GHz, PXI RF Analog Signal Generator—The PXIe‑5652 features continuous-wave generation capabilities with FM, 2‑FSK, or OOK modulation. It uses direct digital synthesis (DDS) for high-resolution frequency hopping or phase-continuous sweeping for fixture and device characterization applications. The PXIe‑5652 is ideal for clocking nonstandard sample rates, such as WCDMA signals at baseband or intermediate frequency (IF). With these versatile signal generators, you can perform analog and digital modulation through the onboard DDS circuit, which gives you frequency modulation and frequency-shift keying for applications such as bit error rate test, antenna testing, or even keyless entry. You can also perform amplitude modulation using on-off keying.

  • 1.3 GHz RF Signal Generator

    PXI-5650 - National Instruments

    1.3 GHz PXI RF Analog Signal Generator—The PXI‑5650 features continuous-wave generation capabilities with FM, 2‑FSK, or OOK modulation. It uses direct digital synthesis (DDS) for high-resolution frequency hopping or phase-continuous sweeping for fixture and device characterization applications. The PXI‑5650 is ideal for clocking nonstandard sample rates, such as WCDMA signals at baseband or intermediate frequency (IF). With these versatile signal generators, you can perform analog and digital modulation through the onboard DDS circuit, which gives you frequency modulation and frequency-shift keying for applications such as bit error rate test, antenna testing, or even keyless entry. You can also perform amplitude modulation using on-off keying.

  • Bit Error Rate Tester

    C-BERT 2860-4 - Munich-Instruments GmbH

    The C-BERT 2860-4 is a new kind of bit error rate tester for 100G Ethernet optical transmitters and TOSA. The new test instrument has four built-in optical to electrical receivers to provide an optical reference receiver functionality in the BERT. The optical receivers have 4th order Bessel-Thomson characteristics to perform a compliance eye mask tests with the fast BERT eye scan mode of the C-BERT. In addition the OMA and the extinction ration are extracted from the four BERT eye scan diagrams and the detector current. The vertical eye width and eye height are measured at a given bit error rate is as well. The C-BERT 2840-4 combines four pattern generators, optical reference receivers and eye mask testers in one compact instrument to eliminate expensive sampling oscilloscopes and to implement a fast and cost efficient transmitter test solution in production and lab.

  • High-Temperature and High-PressurepH Electrodes

    UltraDeg - Corr Instruments, llc

    Corr Instruments offers a full range of exceptionally high performance, high-temperature and/or high-pressure UltraDeg probes, including pH electrodes, reference electrodes, platinum conductivity probes, and ORP(redox) electrodes, for temperatures up to 650F (343C) and pressures up to 5100 psi (35 MPa). These probes are ideal tools for corrosion monitoring, thermodynamic or electrochemical studies in harsh environments such as steam generators, nuclear power reactors, geothermal systems, deep oil/gas wells, and super critical water systems. Many of these UltraDeg probes are built upon our innovative sealing compound, Queon, which is the only known material in the world for sealing electrical conductors in metal sealing glands or compression feedthroughs that are operable at temperatures between 400F (200C) and 650F (343C).