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Spectrum Monitoring Receiver has dynamic range of over 110 dB.

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Press Release Summary:

November 13, 2012 - With frequency range of 20 Hz to 7 GHz and up to 50 MHz real-time bandwidth, NI PXIe-5667 addresses radio monitoring, interference detection, spectrum regulation, and related applications in line with ITU recommendations. Coupled with NI FlexRIO and the NI LabVIEW FPGA Module, receiver can perform real-time analysis of RF signals such as continuous spectrum monitoring, spectrogram, and advanced signal processing in FPGA hardware without latency of moving data to/from host controller or PC.

National Instruments Corp.

11500 North Mopac Expwy., Austin, TX, 78759-3504, USA

Original Press Release

NI PXIe-5667 Receiver Delivers Best-in-Class Measurement Performance to Meet Common Spectrum Monitoring and Signal Surveillance Challenges

Press release date: October 29, 2012

News Highlights

- The NI PXIe-5667 3.6 and 7 GHz spectrum monitoring receivers feature best-in-class dynamic range of over 110 dB and distortion performance with third-order intercept (TOI) of over 17 dBm.

- Built on the award-winning, high-performance NI PXIe-5665 vector signal analyzer (VSA) architecture, the wide-band receiver is ideal for over-the-air RF measurements.

- In addition to industry-leading analog specifications, the NI PXIe-5667 allows users to perform real-time signal analysis and advanced signal processing in user-configurable FPGA hardware.

AUSTIN, Texas -- National Instruments (Nasdaq: NATI) today announced the NI PXIe-5667 spectrum monitoring receiver( )to address radio monitoring, interference detection, spectrum regulation and related applications in line with ITU recommendations.

Coupled with NI FlexRIO and the NI LabVIEW FPGA Module, the NI PXIe-5667 can perform real-time analysis of RF signals such as continuous spectrum monitoring, spectrogram and advanced signal processing in the FPGA hardware without the latency of moving data to and from the host controller or PC. Available LabVIEW FPGA IP include digital downconverter channelization, frequency hop detection and the ability to uncover spectrum mask violations.

Quotes

"We are extremely pleased with the performance of the NI PXIe-5667," said Jin Bains, vice president of RD for RF at National Instruments. "Its phenomenal dynamic range and scan rate, which is more than 10 times better than that of competing receivers, make it a game changer for radio monitoring applications."

Product Features

--  Frequency range from 20 Hz to 7 GHz with up to 50 MHz real-time bandwidth
--  RF spectrum with scan rates of up to 30 GHz/s
--  Dynamic range >110 dB and noise figure <12>
--  Second-order intercept point of 80 dBm and TOI >17 dBm
--  Real-time signal analysis and advanced signal processing in FPGA hardware

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Readers can learn more about the NI PXIe-5667 athttp://sine.ni.com/nips/cds/view/p/lang/en/nid/211019.

Pricing and Contact Information

NI PXIe-5667
Priced* from $36,999; EUR31,000; YEN3,948,000
*All prices subject to change

11500 N Mopac Expwy, Austin, Texas 78759-3504
Tel: (800) 258-7022, Fax: (512) 683-9300
Web: http://sine.ni.com/nips/cds/view/p/lang/en/nid/211019 Email: info@ni.com

About National Instruments

Since 1976, National Instruments (www.ni.com) has equipped engineers and scientists with tools that accelerate productivity, innovation and discovery. NI's graphical system design approach to engineering provides an integrated software and hardware platform that speeds the development of any system needing measurement and control. The company's long-term vision and focus on improving society through its technology supports the success of its customers, employees, suppliers and shareholders.

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