Wireless technology is constantly evolving, and wireless design and test require a flexible
and more cost-effective approach.
Software defined radio provides the design platform to rapidly prototype wireless
Explore the leading perspectives and technology driving next-generation wireless communications systems and applications.
Researchers need flexible and cost-effective tools to develop the next generation of
wireless communication. With the right tools, researchers can create, design, simulate,
prototype, and deploy wireless systems faster.
New wireless standards, in addition to rising wireless usage, are increasing wireless device
complexity while lowering price expectations. To counter rising costs, manufacturers
require test systems optimized for efficiency.
The mmWave Transceiver System is a mmWave software defined radio (SDR) with radio heads that cover the 27.5–29.5 GHz and 71–76 GHz frequency band, enabling channel sounding and real-time two-way MIMO.
Device-to-device (D2D) communication enables new device-centric communication that doesn't require the next generation of vehicles to interact with the network infrastructure.
Nokia Networks is paving the way for next-generation wireless communications by working with NI to investigate mobile access in the mmWave frequency spectrum.
3GPP Release 15 introduced a formal definition of a 5G New Radio (NR) mobile communications standard. Learn 5 things about the standard’s new features and solutions.
NI’s mmWave Transceiver System is a modular set of hardware that you can use for a variety of applications from channel sounding to prototyping real-time two-way communications systems.