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Four recent innovations will have huge enabling impacts on radar technology over the next several years.

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Enter the Beyond 5G Challenge for a chance to win equipment to build and test your design!

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Open-source software initiatives require an active ecosystem of contributors to work effectively and for the software to be useful and have a decent lifespan.

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Directly call your code created using The MathWorks, Inc. MATLAB software without code modifications, and quickly validate your simulation algorithm with over-the-air signals.

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It’s time to discover how LabVIEW Communications can help you design and develop next-generation wireless communications systems.

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5G technology will be a driving force behind much-anticipated applications such as ubiquitous broadband, autonomous vehicles, and smart factory automation. But making those applications a reality makes testing 5G a critical step. To ensure 5G devices and networks work well, three architectural requirements must be in place.

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The National Science Foundation (NSF), along with an industry consortium of 28 networking companies and associations that includes NI, announced the first two Platforms for Advanced Wireless Research (PAWR) initiative awards. 

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Take a look at some of the highlights at MWC 2018

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A critical gap has emerged as software defined radios (SDRs) become more common in remote applications like large deployed antenna arrays, dense urban areas, and active battlefields. Situations like these require remote operators to be confident the device is functioning and hasn’t exceeded critical operational or environmental parameters.

 

N310_Iso.jpgIn response to this challenge, Ettus Research, a National Instruments company, has developed an SDR that improves the remote management, maintainability, and reliability in deployed environments.

 

Let’s explore the USRP N310 features:

 

  • A four RX/TX channel SDR in a half RU form factor, so you can easily and densely scale it to fit the size of the application
  • The ability to update firmware, recover from errant software or firmware updates, and push critical patches to multiple deployed radios
  • Ethernet-based synchronization to precisely synchronize devices reliably and securely when radios are geographically distributed or in GPS denied environments with a high risk of jamming and spoofing

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Enabling engineers to test 5G products in the future with the same VST-based test systems they’re using today.

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Our ATCA-3671 expands the capabilities with multi-FPGAs

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An inside look at working on the largest-of-its-kind wireless testbed designed for DARPA and military applications

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We showed off the world’s first real-time over-the-air prototype at 28 GHz for Verizon 5G

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We’re helping bring together the greatest minds in cognitive radio and machine learning.

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