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Averna customises RF studio tool for NI's USRP platform

07 Aug 2013

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Averna recently rolled out its RF studio signal-recording tools for National Instrument's universal software radio peripheral (USRP) platform, converting the USRP into a portable RF system for the recording and playback of real-world global navigation satellite system (GNSS) signals up to 40MHz wide. The plug-in is LabView-compatible and enables the capture of actual RF spectrum, such as FM, DAB, GPS, GLONASS, and cellular.

NI's PC-hosted platform is used with LabView design software to build wireless communications systems for research and education. RF Studio helps streamline the task of working with real-world RF signals by providing modules for capturing, processing, analysing, archiving, and playing back RF spectrum, while maintaining the signal-recording content. RF Studio's LabView add-on module not only gives users access to a full-feature toolset for their in-house applications, but also supports additional capture sources and customised views.

Further information regarding Averna's RF Studio can be found here while details regarding NI's USRP can be found here.




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