Standard Download: NIUSRP1400.zip (867.46 MB).
Checksum (MD5): cec5eb8aaa622325a75e6297c3d0638d
Download Language: English
Product Line: RF
Release date: 09-22-2014
Software type: Driver
Operating system: Windows 7 32-bit; Windows 7 64-bit; Windows 8.1 32-bit; Windows 8.1 64-bit; Windows Vista 32-bit; Windows Vista 64-bit; Windows XP (SP3) 32-bit
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The software installation provides support for customers using NI USRP transceivers. To program the NI USRP transceivers, use the NI-USRP API.
NI-USRP 14.0 includes the following new features:
Support for LabVIEW 2014.
The following table shows which hardware products are supported under particular operating systems.
|Hardware Product||Supported Under Windows 7 (32-bit)/Vista (32-bit)/XP||Supported Under Windows 7 (64-bit)1/Vista (64-bit)1|
|Ettus Research USRP22||√||√|
|Ettus Research N2002||√||√|
|Ettus Research N2102||√||√|
|Ettus Research X3002||√||√|
|Ettus Research X3102||√||√|
|1 These software versions run within the 32-bit emulation layer, Windows on Windows (WOW64).
2 The NI-USRP instrument driver supports WBX, SBX, XCVR2450, LFTX, LFRX, BasicTX, and BasicRX daughterboards on this device. Other daughterboards may also be compatible, but they have not been tested.
Device-specific information about these modules is included in the NI-USRP Help.
Note For NI 292x/293x devices, use LabVIEW 2011 or later. For NI 294x/295x devices, use LabVIEW 2013 or later.Note You must update the firmware and FPGA images on your USRP module prior to using NI-USRP 14.0. Refer to the NI USRP-29xx Getting Started Guide for more information about updating the firmware and FPGA images.
Install Application Development Environments such as NI LabVIEW before installing NI-USRP. NI-USRP 14.0 supports the following NI Application Development Environment versions:
Perform the following steps to install NI-USRP:
To conserve disk space you can delete the downloaded .zip file, however it is recommended that you keep the extracted installation files in case you need to add features from the NI-USRP distribution in the future, or plan to create your own installers using National Instruments development environments.