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There are several required items not included in your device kit that you need to operate the PXIe-5668. Your application may require additional items not included in your kit to install or operate your ...

Notice To prevent damage to the PXIe-5668 caused by ESD or contamination, handle the module using the edges or the metal bracket. Ensure the AC power source is connected to the chassis before installing ...

Restart the system. Launch MAX, and perform the self-test again. Power off the chassis. Reinstall the failed module in a different slot. Power on the chassis. Perform the self-test again.

NI recommends you run the self-calibration from the NI-RFSA SFP. You can also run a self-calibration programmatically using the NI-RFSA API.

Verify the front panel interconnections for your RF vector signal analyzer . Verify the MAX device association for your PXIe-5668 . If you have verified the interconnections and associations of your device ...

It is important to perform a self-calibration after first connecting your system because of cabling and mismatch effects and some degree of residual error, which result from module interconnections. You ...

NI provides several software options for the PXIe-5668—NI-RFmx, the NI-RFSA instrument driver software, and the NI-RFSA Soft Front Panel (SFP).

If an issue persists after you complete a troubleshooting procedure, contact NI technical support or visit ni.com/support.

Notice To prevent electrostatic discharge (ESD) from damaging the device, ground yourself using a grounding strap or by holding a grounded object, such as your computer chassis. Touch the antistatic package ...

Note Before you begin, install and configure your chassis and controller. This document explains how to install, configure, and test the PXIe-5668 . The PXIe-5668 is a 26.5 GHz or 14 GHz modular vector ...

If the IF digitizer module fails to phase-lock to the PXIe-5606 4 GHz LO2 OUT through the front panel, determine whether one of the following errors has occurred: Verify that the cable is not faulty and ...

These specifications apply to the PXIe-5668 (14 GHz) Vector Signal Analyzer and the PXIe-5668 (26.5 GHz) Vector Signal Analyzer with 320/765 MHz bandwidth, 200 MHz bandwidth, or 80 MHz bandwidth.

In the MAX configuration tree, expand Devices and Interfaces . Expand the Chassis tree to see the list of installed hardware, and press to refresh the list. If the module is still not listed, power ...

If you're using NI-RFmx or NI-RFSA with LabVIEW or LabWindows/CVI , use the NI Example Finder to locate programming examples. Launch LabVIEW or LabWindows/CVI . Select Help > Find Examples to open the ...

Figure 6. Installing the DC Block on the PXIe-5606 RF IN Connector 1 1 2 3 4 Screws DC block support DC block PXIe-5606 RF IN Connector Attach the DC block to the RF IN connector on the PXIe-5606 downconverter ...

Figure 5. Removing the DC Block from the PXIe-5606 RF IN Connector 2 1 3 2 DC block Screws DC block support Remove the two screws on the DC block support with a Torx screwdriver with a T8 bit. Loosen

Table 14. Locations of NI-RFmx Software ADE Location LabVIEW Available on the LabVIEW Functions palette at Measurement I/O > NI-RFmx . LabWindows/CVI NI-RFmx functions are available from the LabWindows/CVI ...

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