RF analyzer

  • 02-Sep-2008 02:13 EDT
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National Instruments’ radio frequency (RF) vector signal analyzer NI PXIe-5663 6.6 GHz, RF vector signal generator NI PXIe-5673 6.6 GHz, and PXI Express 18-slot chassis NI PXIe-1075 offer flexible measurements and are suitable for high-speed RF and wireless automated test environments. The NI PXIe-5663 can perform signal analysis from 10 MHz to 6.6 GHz with up to 50 MHz of instantaneous bandwidth. The NI PXIe-5673 delivers signal generation from 85 MHz to 6.6 GHz and up to 100 MHz of instantaneous bandwidth. The NI PXIe-1075 is a PXI Express chassis with PCI Express lanes routed to every slot providing up to 1 GB/s per-slot bandwidth and up to 4 GB/s total system bandwidth. With LabVIEW 8.6 to implement parallel measurement algorithms on multicore CPUs, engineers can use the RF vector signal analyzer and generator for measurement flexibility through a software-defined architecture. Commercial technologies including 16-bit digital-to-analog converters and analog-to-digital converters generate and digitize signals.

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