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You can generate signals interactively using the NI-RFSG Soft Front Panel (SFP), or you can use the NI-RFSG instrument driver to program your device in the supported ADE of your choice. Table 4. NI 5654 ...

Caution 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 ...

Figure 1. NI 5654 Kit Contents 1 3 4 5 6 7 2 NI PXIe-5654 RF Signal Generator Module Screwdriver, Part Number 772006-01 Driver Software DVD NI PXIe-5654 Getting Started Guide (This Document) Read Me First: ...

Add a While Loop to continuously generate the signal and check the generation status until you click the Stop button.

Use Measurement & Automation Explorer (MAX) to configure your National Instruments hardware. MAX informs other programs about which devices reside in the system and how they are configured. MAX is automatically ...

The NI 5654 is a precision RF instrument that is sensitive to ESD and transients. Ensure you take the following precautions when making direct connections to the NI 5654 to avoid damaging the device.

This product was tested and complies with the regulatory requirements and limits for electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) stated in the product specifications. These requirements and limits are designed ...

The LEDs may not light until the device has been configured in MAX. Before proceeding, verify that the NI 5654 appears in MAX. If the ACCESS LED fails to light after you power on the chassis, a problem ...

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

Caution To prevent damage to the device caused by ESD or contamination, handle the device using the edges or the metal bracket. Ensure the AC power source is connected to the chassis before installing ...

You must be an Administrator to install NI software on your computer. Install an ADE, such as LabVIEW or LabWindows™/CVI™. Insert the driver software DVD into your computer. The installer should open automatically. ...

To use the NI 5654 with other devices, such as the NI 5696 AE , you must make connections using SMA cables. For best results when connecting signals to the NI 5654 front panel SMA connectors, use shielded ...

Note Before you begin, install and configure your chassis and controller. This document explains how to install, configure, and test the NI PXIe-5654 ( NI 5654 ) as a stand-alone device. The NI 5654 is ...

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. Parent topic: ...

There are several required items not included in your device kit that you need to install or operate the NI 5654.

Ensure that the environment you are using the NI 5654 in meets the following specifications.

Refer to the following figure for information about other product tasks and associated resources for those tasks.

These specifications apply to the PXIe-5654 RF Analog Signal Generator with up to 10 GHz or 20 GHz frequency and the PXIe-5696 Amplitude Extender.

Examples demonstrate the functionality of the device and serve as programming models and building blocks for your own applications. The NI Example Finder is a utility available for some ADEs that organizes ...

The National Instruments website is your complete resource for technical support. At ni.com/support , you have access to everything from troubleshooting and application development self-help resources ...

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

NI performs calibration of the PXIe-5696 that is relative to an NIST-traceable standard over the specified operating temperature range. Every PXIe-5696 is individually calibrated at the factory for accurate ...

The PXIe-5654 with PXIe-5696 has two modes for using the automatic leveling control (ALC): ALC disabled (open-loop mode) and ALC enabled (closed-loop mode).

AM is a process that varies the amplitude of an RF carrier signal proportional to the amplitude of the message signal.

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