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Re: Any news on 64-bit LabVIEW for Linux?


@SDR Kid wrote:

I like NI hardware, but their PXI equipment lacked RF preselector filters and their RF channel bandwidth was only 20 MHz instantaneous.  I'm achieving over 40 MHz per PCIe digitizer channel married up with an external wideband tuner. 

If you need wideband sampling, I'd recommend Ilmsens products.

They easily scale up into 10 GHz range. UWB tech is their daily business.

 

https://www.uwb-shop.com/

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Re: Any news on 64-bit LabVIEW for Linux?


@SDR Kid wrote:

In any case, NI wants to stay in the market and many folks are shifting over to Linux so they eventually will have to support Linux in 64-bit.  Good luck and lets keep the pressure on NI.


And they have to provide *free* drivers (or *at least* free specs).

 

No free drivers -> not usable -> no deal.

 

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