NI vector signal transceivers (VSTs) combine a vector signal analyzer and vector signal generator with a user-programmable FPGA for real-time signal processing and control. Built on the NI LabVIEW reconfigurable I/O (RIO) architecture, it delivers programming flexibility and cutting-edge RF hardware to meet the most challenging RF applications.
NI RF and microwave test solutions are based on modular hardware and defined and designed in software to give you the high-performance test system you want. This flexible approach makes the new VST configurable for multiple RF applications, including wireless connectivity and channel emulation, and scalable for future applications.
Learn how the new VST compares to traditional rack-and-stack instruments in performance, speed, and flexibility.
The VST has frequency coverage from 65 MHz to 6 GHz, up to 200 MHz of bandwidth, and a user-programmable FPGA.
Learn how to use the VST to make fast and accurate WLAN 802.11ac measurements.
See how Qualcomm achieved a 200X improvement in measurement speed using the vector signal transceiver (VST).
Explore a new instrumentation class that combines a vector signal generator, vector signal analyzer, and user-programmable FPGA.
Learn about the hardware architecture and uses of the NI PXIe-5644R VST.
Discover how using LabVIEW FPGA software to design RF instrumentation can help you achieve significant test time reductions.