NI will be running a virtual summit in early december to cover the use of a modular software defined platform for RF and wireless products.
National Instruments is hosting its RF & Wireless Virtual Summit from 1st to 3rd December 2015, a 6-part interactive webcast series helping engineers reduce the time and cost of RF design and test across a range of wireless applications. Aimed at design and test engineers and managers facing the challenge of keeping the cost of test low for devices with wireless connectivity, as well as those prototyping new communications systems, the summit will explore how using a modular, software-defined platform can reduce RF test times, as well as increase speed in wireless prototyping.
Sessions will be presented by senior engineers and subject matter experts, with attendees able to interact online with NI technical experts, via real time chat, to ask questions and discuss topics. Sessions will subsequently be made available for on-demand viewing after the summit wraps up. Topics include:
* Cost efficient cellular and wireless test in the era of IoT and 5G
* Reducing the cost of testing RFICs from R&D to production
* Design, simulation and test of RADAR systems
* Prototyping 5G wireless systems using software-defined radio
Register or view the full agenda and session descriptions at the RF and Wireless Virtual Summit page