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Vector signal transceiver touts 65MHz-6GHz frequency range

28 Feb 2013

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National Instruments has released its second vector signal transceiver that is built on a software-designed architecture that engineers can modify with LabVIEW to meet their specific needs. According to the company, the NI PXIe-5645R adds a high-performance, differential or single-ended I/Q interface to test both the RF and base band signals of a device with a single instrument for faster test times using the latest PC and FPGA technologies.

The vector signal transceiver features 65MHz-6GHz frequency range, 80MHz instantaneous bandwidth and 24 channels of high-speed digital I/Q. It also boasts a base band I/Q interface with 16bit data sampled at 120MS/s with up to 80MHz of complex bandwidth, configurable as differential or single ended. Additionally, the device offers an open, programmable FPGA that engineers can customise to add user-defined functionality.

The NI PXIe-5645R VST is available for $51,999.

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