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Rapidly Prototyping the Next Generation of Wireless Communication Systems with the NI Software Defined Radio (SDR) Platform

Download presentations from NIDays 2014, the annual graphical system design technical conference and exhibition. Find out how the University of Bedfordshire used a LabVIEW software defined radio (SDR) platform to move from idea to prototype, with the example of a predictive spectrum sensing platform for cognitive radio.

The NI software defined radio (SDR) platform provides an integrated hardware and software solution for rapidly prototyping wireless communication systems. Combining state-of-the-art RF transceivers with high-performance FPGA processing and the rapid prototyping capabilities of the LabVIEW system design software, you can prototype faster and significantly shorten time to results.

Transitioning from concept to simulation to prototype to deployment in a real network can take many years and extensive investment, utilising an NI Software Defined Radio (SDR) platform offers an integrated hardware and a graphical system design software solution.

For rapidly prototyping wireless communication systems, the NI SDR Platform offers a complete solution.

Learn more and download presentations that featured at NIDays 2014 RF and Communications summit.
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