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Figure 1. NI 5673E Kit Contents A A B B NI-PXIe-5611 I/Q Vector Mudulator ACCESS ACTIVE 85MHz - 6.6 GHz 50 W IN: 5 Vp-p MAX OUT: 1 Vp-p NI PX I-56 52 500 kHz - 6.6 GHz REF IN/OUT

The thermal shutdown error appears when device temperatures exceed safe limits. The NI 5673E shuts down until temperatures fall to acceptable levels and you reset the device in MAX. Power off the chassis ...

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

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 illuminate until the device has been configured in MAX. Before proceeding, verify that the NI 5673E appears in MAX. If the ACCESS LED fails to illuminate after you power on the chassis, ...

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 ...

The NI 6.6 GHz MIMO test system setup requires you to install a master NI 5673E , additional NI 5673E slave devices, a master NI 5663E , and additional NI 5663E slave devices in your PXI Express chassis. ...

Using the semi-rigid cable labeled C, connect the RF OUT terminal of the NI 5652 to the LO IN terminal of the NI 5601 . This cable connects the LO signal from the NI 5652 to the NI 5601 .

The following figure shows the MAX configuration tree for all the modules present in a 2 × 2 MIMO setup, which can consist of two NI 5673E devices and two NI 5663E devices in a phase-coherent configuration. ...

The configuration of the slave NI 5663E devices is the same as the master, with one key difference. You must select External as the LO source for each slave NI 5601 module because the LO signal is shared ...

The master NI 5663E is the RF signal analyzer that receives the LO signal directly from the NI 5652 module. Tip Install the master NI 5663E modules in the chassis with enough room to install the slave ...

Using the semi-rigid cable labeled D, connect the IF OUT terminal on the slave NI 5601 to the IF IN terminal on the slave NI 5622 . This cable connects the downconverted IF signal from the NI 5601 to the ...

Using the four semi-rigid cables labeled A, connect the I+, I–, Q+, and Q– terminals of the NI 5450 and the NI 5611 . These cables are phase-matched and connect the baseband I/Q signals from the NI 5450 ...

Using the semi-rigid cables labeled A, connect the I+, I–, Q+, and Q– terminals of the slave NI 5450 and the slave NI 5611 . These cables are phase-matched and connect the baseband I/Q signals from the ...

After placing the modules in the chassis, complete the following steps to connect the proper cables to the proper module terminals. Parent topic: NI 6.6 GHz MIMO Platform Getting Started Guide

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