Passive and active electronically scanned arrays (ESAs) play a critical role in harnessing and defending the electromagnetic spectrum in modern radar and SATCOM applications. Mission success revolves around the characterization and production test of the RF and microwave semiconductor components within these systems. Technological innovations in this area are creating significant design and test challenges, including:
Leverage NI’s modular platform to develop test systems that meet your high-mix, low-volume needs
Reduce capital cost substantially using high-performance test equipment versus traditional instruments
Capture better data faster and run multiple test cases simultaneously with NI’s leading measurement speed and quality
NI offers a variety of solution integration options customized to your application-specific requirements. You can use your own internal integration teams for full system control or leverage the expertise of NI and our worldwide NI Partner Network to obtain a turnkey solution.
The NI Partner Network is a global community of domain, application, and overall test development experts working closely with NI to meet the needs of the engineering community. NI Partners are trusted solution providers, systems integrators, consultants, product developers, and services and sales channel experts skilled across a wide range of industries and application areas.
NI partners with you throughout the life cycle of your application by delivering training, technical support, consultation and integration services, and maintenance programs. Accelerate your learning with our company-specific and geographic user groups. Build proficiency with online and in-person training options.
Discover how the ESA Characterization Reference Architecture can help you validate and test the latest generation of ESA components, modules, and sub-assemblies for radar, EW, and SATCOM with a modular approach to developing test systems that scales to meet high-mix, low-volume test requirements.
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