Communications and navigation systems must operate reliably in an increasingly congested and contested electromagnetic spectrum. Organizations must ensure the safe coexistence of commercial and military communications systems and the assured operation of navigation systems, telemetry, and datalinks. They need to prototype and validate frequency-hopping spread spectrum techniques, resilient positioning, navigation, and timing (PNT) systems, and secondary surveillance radars.
Combine MathWorks MATLAB software with NI software defined radio hardware to ease the transition from modeling and simulation to hardware-based prototyping. Hear from MathWorks’ Robin Getz on how model-based design accelerates the development of novel wireless systems.
NI is committed to help you design, test, and validate mission ready communications, navigation, and surveillance equipment by providing best-in-class software and hardware tools for a wide range of applications, including satellite link emulation, tactical radio test, and telemetry monitoring.
The NI platform gave us the ability to significantly scale our production test throughput by 400 percent with an ROI of 185 percent while carefully maintaining the quality and performance standards that our military radios are known for.
Engineering Director, Harris
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Becker developed an XPDR test set that includes simulation of multiple ground stations, onboard navigation systems, and flight control and management systems with PXI.
Organizations face the challenge of reliably testing radios and networks in the field, maintaining mixed generations of radios throughout a fleet, and meeting the maintenance needs of multi-waveform and resilient tactical radio technologies.
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