Test system engineers constantly manage change requests from in-flux designs, address a large mix of I/O to cover requirements, and (hopefully) automate the final test system to improve productivity, all while keeping the design moving through to production.
Focus more on design test challenges and less on test system challenges with a wireless test platform that includes:
An open, software-centric approach to system design for the customization and automation of large, mixed-I/O test systems
Reliable and repeatable verification for adherence to regulatory or internal compliance standards
Long-term system maintenance so updates to old designs can be validated with less rework
A software defined radio (SDR) architecture with RF instrument class performance to test a variety of cellular and wireless standards in a smaller footprint
Integrated processing, timing, and synchronization for smaller benchtop footprint
Build a test system with a smaller footprint using PXI systems that combine modular instrumentation and signal I/O with timing and synchronization in a single chassis.
Test a variety of cellular and connectivity standards with the PXI Vector Signal Transceiver (VST), which combines an SDR architecture with RF instrument class performance in a single PXI module.
Build, deploy, and automate your test system with TestStand test management software.
Control third-party instruments, program NI measurement hardware, and generate custom test reports with LabVIEW systems engineering software.
Combine COTS convenience with DIY flexibility with the configuration-based workflows of NI’s application software for wireless design and test.
Manages change with a focus on hardware integration
Reduces programming time with more consistent APIs across measurement instrumentation
Maximizes performance with instruments, signal I/O, and computer control connected over PXI’s high-speed, low-latency communication bus
Provides the ability to install with a smaller footprint (or less rack-space) with modular instruments installed in a chassis instead of box instruments stacked on shelves
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.
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Learn about NI software and hardware for multi-standard wireless design validation.
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