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Advances in RF and Microwave Measurement Capabilities and Next-Generation SDR Webcast Series

During this webcast, join RF experts from National Instruments as we explore the functionality and capabilities of new technologies that are changing the way we approach RF Test, Measurement and Design applications and research. Learn about innovative approaches to your applications, and explore the latest industry leading software and new PXI-based RF Instruments with best-in-class performance.

Date: 5 May 2015
Time: 11am / 2pm
Timezone: (GMT+10:00) Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney)
Cost: FREE

Advancing the State-of-the-Art in RF and Microwave Measurements

5 May 2015, 11am

Applications such as radar test, signal intelligence and electronic warfare are constantly pushing the boundaries for RF performance, with higher frequency coverage and wider analysis bandwidth requirements. Attend this session to learn how NI is advancing the state-of-the-art in RF and microwave measurements with the release of the world's highest-performance RF vector signal analyzer, The NI PXIe-5668R which offers best-in-class RF measurement performance, measurement speed, and flexibility with industry-leading dynamic range and bandwidth.

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Next-Generation Prototyping with the new NI SDR Platform

5 May 2015, 2pm

During this session, learn how to prototype with the NI software defined radio (SDR) platform, which  turns a standard PC into a next-generation wireless prototyping tool. Built on the flexible LabVIEW reconfigurable I/O (RIO) architecture and paired with revolutionary LabVIEW Communications software, the SDR platform gives you unprecedented hardware and software integration to accelerate your innovation and offers out-of-the-box standards-based application frameworks for more rapid, focused component-specific innovation.

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