One of the more popular draws at the National Instruments’ booth at the 2013 IMS was the firm’s NI PXIe-5644R modular (PXIe) vector signal transceiver, for making measurements from 65 MHz to 6.0 GHz.
Another popular instrument demonstrated by National Instruments at the 2013 IMS was their NI PXIe-5451 16-b 400-MSamples/s arbitrary waveform generator, in the flexible PXIe modular format.
In addition to its modular instruments, National Instruments brought its popular NI LabVIEW test software to the 2013 IMS, demonstrating an amplifier design optimization program using the firm’s model PXIe-5451 arbitrary waveform generator AWG) and model PXIe-5444 vector signal generator to mimic the effects of digital predistortion and envelope tracking when evaluating amplifier designs.
Phase Matrix appeared at the 2013 IMS with a number of its compact test instruments, including its model FSW-0020 QuickSyn® frequency synthesizer module with low noise, +13 dBm output power, and 100-microsecond switching speed from 0.1 to 20.0 GHz.
Phase Matrix introduced its QuickSyn® Lite line of frequency synthesizers at the 2013 IMS, with 100-microsecond switching speed from 0.65 to 10.0 GHz.
National Instruments offered visitors to the 2013 IMS a tour of their automatic vector-network-analyzer (VNA) calibration module for use with VNAs from 70 kHz to 9 GHz.
AWR Corp., a National Instruments’ company, came to the 2013 IMS with examples of their powerful design and simulation software, including its Analyst™ and Microwave Office® software programs for helping to design radar components and systems.
This screen shows how the multidimensional software simulation tools from AWR Corp. can be used for RF communications system and radar design.
AWR Corp., a National Instruments’ company, came to the 2013 IMS with a variety of different software simulation tools, including Analog Office®, Analyst™, and Microwave Office®.
National Instruments showcased and demonstrated their latest products at the International Microwave Symposium 2013 in Seattle, WA.
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