The latest PXI VST can help you enable and accelerate testing for your design while reducing cost and shortening your design cycle.

Radar System Test

End-to-End Radar System Test

NI’s approach to radar test starts with a modular and scalable platform providing a common configuration for parametric test to full system level validation. Whether it’s signal tests, system-level radar target generation, or full electromagnetic environment emulation, NI helps you to find errors earlier in the design cycle, reducing costs and increasing your confidence in systems’ mission readiness. With the combination of robust software, system test IP, and hardware solutions, NI strengthens your mission to achieve electromagnetic spectrum superiority.


Radar Target Generation

The NI Radar Target Generation Driver provides additional functionality for the PXIe Vector Signal Transceiver for radar system-level test. The RTG driver is created on top of the VST as a closed-source, license-restricted, and pre-compiled FPGA personality that allows the VST to operate as a closed-loop, real-time radar target generator.

NI Radar Solutions

Virtual Reality for Radar

US-based NI Partner Information System Labs has more than 40 years of RF modeling, simulation, and test experience. ISL’s RFView worldwide terrain database can inject realistic EM environments into RF systems for radar, ELINT, or EW—so you can fly and test anywhere on Earth from your lab.

Advanced System Integration Partner

EU-based partner Elettronica Gmbh is a Center of Excellence for Design, Development, and Integration of COTS-based solutions for ground-based ELINT, ground-based communication warfare/intelligence, simulation-based EW analysis, and radar testing and training systems.

Radar Test Partner

India-based partner Constelli specializes in radar and EW test solutions. An expert in radar and EW threat environment emulation, Constelli provides IP to test and validate radar systems with multiple targets or threats, and comprehensive operational scenario simulation—all based on NI technology.