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USRPTM platform records GNSS Signals

02 Aug 2013

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RF Studio for the USRP Software Defined Radio Platform Is an Innovative and Compact Solution for RF Recording and Playback of Real-World GNSS Signals

Averna has unveiled its RF Studio for National Instruments Software Defined Radio Platform (USRPTM). The platform converts the USRP into a portable and cost-effective RF system for the recording and playback of real-world GNSS signals.

National Instruments USRP is a PC-hosted platform used with NI LabVIEW system design software to build wireless communications systems for research and education. RF Studio is Averna's proprietary software platform designed to streamline work with real-world RF signals. It provides user-friendly modules for capturing, processing, analysing, archiving, and playing back RF spectrum while also maintaining the signal-recording context.

Working together, Averna and National Instruments teams developed RF Studio for the USRP, an innovative and portable solution to record and play back live RF environments to accelerate RF project work. RF Studio's LabVIEW compatible plug-in support delivers great value to LabVIEW users as it gives them quick access to a rich toolset for their in-house applications, and supports additional capture sources and customised views.

"RF Studio for the USRP is the only cost-effective and portable product on the market that offers the flexibility to cover a wide variety of use cases, thus making it a very competitive solution for general-purpose RF record and playback," commented Brendan Wolfe, Averna's director of market development. "We've been working very closely with the NI teams to bring this innovative solution to market, and we expect great success from this solution partnership."

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