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  • Hardware-in-the-Loop (HIL) Simulation

    National Instruments

    Real-world testing of the embedded control systems found in vehicles can be complex, expensive, and hazardous. HIL simulation lets engineers thoroughly and efficiently test embedded devices in a virtual environment.

  • EV-DO Analysis Using NI PXI RF Test Instruments

    NI-RFmx EV-DO - National Instruments

    Highly optimized RF measurement experiencePerform physical layer analysis on EV-DO cellular signals including MODACC, ACPR, CHP, OBW, and SEMSimple access to advanced measurement parallelism

  • External Controller for PXI

    RMC-8357 / 785673-01 - National Instruments

    2.1 GHz, 1U Rugged Rack-Mount External Controller for PXI—The RMC‑8357 is a rugged 1U rack-mount controller for PXI- or PXI Express-based systems intended for test and measurement applications requiring rack-mount controllers. It features up to two Intel Xeon eight‐core processors that support up to 32 GB of RAM. The RMC‑8357 offers hot-swappable fans, options for redundant power supplies, and support for RAID arrays, which allows multiple hard drives to be configured for high performance for mission‐critical, physically demanding applications. The RMC‑8357 meets the PXI standard’s mechanical shock and vibration specifications and functions over wide operating ranges.

  • External Controller for PXI

    RMC-8357 / 785672-01 - National Instruments

    2.1 GHz, 1U Rugged Rack-Mount External Controller for PXI—The RMC‑8357 is a rugged 1U rack-mount controller for PXI- or PXI Express-based systems intended for test and measurement applications requiring rack-mount controllers. It features up to two Intel Xeon eight‐core processors that support up to 32 GB of RAM. The RMC‑8357 offers hot-swappable fans, options for redundant power supplies, and support for RAID arrays, which allows multiple hard drives to be configured for high performance for mission‐critical, physically demanding applications. The RMC‑8357 meets the PXI standard’s mechanical shock and vibration specifications and functions over wide operating ranges.

  • External Controller for PXI

    RMC-8356 / 785321-01 - National Instruments

    3.6 GHz, 1U Rack-Mount External Controller for PXI—The RMC-8356 is a 1U rack-mount controller for PXI- or PXI Express-based systems intended for test and measurement applications requiring rack-mount controllers. It features a 3.6 GHz quad-core Intel Xeon processor, capable of turbo speeds up to 4.0 GHz, and includes 16 GB of RAM, upgradeable to 64 GB. The RMC-8356 supports RAID arrays, which allow multiple hard drives to be configured for high performance for mission-critical, physically demanding applications. The 1 TB hard drive has three additional bays for expanding storage.

  • External Controller for PXI

    RMC-8355 / 784869-01 - National Instruments

    2.4 GHz, 1U Rugged Rack-Mount External Controller for PXI—The RMC‑8355 is a rugged 1U rack-mount controller for PXI- or PXI Express-based systems intended for test and measurement applications requiring rack-mount controllers. It features up to two Intel Xeon E5620 quad‐core processors that support up to 96 GB of DDR3 RDIMM ECC RAM. The RMC‑8355 offers hot-swappable fans, options for redundant power supplies, and support for RAID arrays, which allows multiple hard drives to be configured for high performance for mission‐critical, physically demanding applications. The RMC‑8355 meets the PXI standard’s mechanical shock and vibration specifications and functions over wide operating ranges.

  • External Controller for PXI

    RMC-8355 / 782568-01 - National Instruments

    2.4 GHz, 1U Rugged Rack-Mount External Controller for PXI—The RMC‑8355 is a rugged 1U rack-mount controller for PXI- or PXI Express-based systems intended for test and measurement applications requiring rack-mount controllers. It features up to two Intel Xeon E5620 quad‐core processors that support up to 96 GB of DDR3 RDIMM ECC RAM. The RMC‑8355 offers hot-swappable fans, options for redundant power supplies, and support for RAID arrays, which allows multiple hard drives to be configured for high performance for mission‐critical, physically demanding applications. The RMC‑8355 meets the PXI standard’s mechanical shock and vibration specifications and functions over wide operating ranges.

  • External Controller for PXI

    RMC-8355 / 782566-01 - National Instruments

    2.4 GHz, 1U Rugged Rack-Mount External Controller for PXI—The RMC‑8355 is a rugged 1U rack-mount controller for PXI- or PXI Express-based systems intended for test and measurement applications requiring rack-mount controllers. It features up to two Intel Xeon E5620 quad‐core processors that support up to 96 GB of DDR3 RDIMM ECC RAM. The RMC‑8355 offers hot-swappable fans, options for redundant power supplies, and support for RAID arrays, which allows multiple hard drives to be configured for high performance for mission‐critical, physically demanding applications. The RMC‑8355 meets the PXI standard’s mechanical shock and vibration specifications and functions over wide operating ranges.

  • External Controller for PXI

    RMC-8355 / 782115-01 - National Instruments

    2.4 GHz, 1U Rugged Rack-Mount External Controller for PXI—The RMC‑8355 is a rugged 1U rack-mount controller for PXI- or PXI Express-based systems intended for test and measurement applications requiring rack-mount controllers. It features up to two Intel Xeon E5620 quad‐core processors that support up to 96 GB of DDR3 RDIMM ECC RAM. The RMC‑8355 offers hot-swappable fans, options for redundant power supplies, and support for RAID arrays, which allows multiple hard drives to be configured for high performance for mission‐critical, physically demanding applications. The RMC‑8355 meets the PXI standard’s mechanical shock and vibration specifications and functions over wide operating ranges.

  • External Controller for PXI

    RMC-8355 / 782114-01 - National Instruments

    2.4 GHz, 1U Rugged Rack-Mount External Controller for PXI—The RMC‑8355 is a rugged 1U rack-mount controller for PXI- or PXI Express-based systems intended for test and measurement applications requiring rack-mount controllers. It features up to two Intel Xeon E5620 quad‐core processors that support up to 96 GB of DDR3 RDIMM ECC RAM. The RMC‑8355 offers hot-swappable fans, options for redundant power supplies, and support for RAID arrays, which allows multiple hard drives to be configured for high performance for mission‐critical, physically demanding applications. The RMC‑8355 meets the PXI standard’s mechanical shock and vibration specifications and functions over wide operating ranges.

  • External Controller for PXI

    RMC-8354 / 781652-04 - National Instruments

    2.8 GHz, 1U Rack-Mount External Controller for PXI—The RMC‑8354 is a 1U rack-mount controller for PXI‑ or PXI Express‑based systems intended for test and measurement applications requiring a rack-mount controller. It features an Intel Core i7‑860 quad‑core processor and offers DDR3 RAM, dual onboard Gigabit Ethernet, and removable SATA II hard drives. It also supports RAID arrays, which allows multiple hard drives to be configured for either high‐speed data streaming or data redundancy.

  • External Controller for PXI

    RMC-8354 / 781651-04 - National Instruments

    2.8 GHz, 1U Rack-Mount External Controller for PXI—The RMC‑8354 is a 1U rack-mount controller for PXI‑ or PXI Express‑based systems intended for test and measurement applications requiring a rack-mount controller. It features an Intel Core i7‑860 quad‑core processor and offers DDR3 RAM, dual onboard Gigabit Ethernet, and removable SATA II hard drives. It also supports RAID arrays, which allows multiple hard drives to be configured for either high‐speed data streaming or data redundancy.

  • External Controller for PXI

    RMC-8354 / 781650-33 - National Instruments

    2.8 GHz, 1U Rack-Mount External Controller for PXI—The RMC‑8354 is a 1U rack-mount controller for PXI‑ or PXI Express‑based systems intended for test and measurement applications requiring a rack-mount controller. It features an Intel Core i7‑860 quad‑core processor and offers DDR3 RAM, dual onboard Gigabit Ethernet, and removable SATA II hard drives. It also supports RAID arrays, which allows multiple hard drives to be configured for either high‐speed data streaming or data redundancy.

  • External Controller for PXI

    RMC-8354 / 781650-04 - National Instruments

    2.8 GHz, 1U Rack-Mount External Controller for PXI—The RMC‑8354 is a 1U rack-mount controller for PXI‑ or PXI Express‑based systems intended for test and measurement applications requiring a rack-mount controller. It features an Intel Core i7‑860 quad‑core processor and offers DDR3 RAM, dual onboard Gigabit Ethernet, and removable SATA II hard drives. It also supports RAID arrays, which allows multiple hard drives to be configured for either high‐speed data streaming or data redundancy.

  • Fast and Flexible WLAN Measurements up to 802.11ax

    WLAN Test Toolkit - National Instruments

    The WLAN Test Toolkit gives you direct and fine control over the generation and analysis of IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac and ax signals, as well as 802.11j/p/ah/af waveforms, with industry-leading speed and accuracy. It empowers you to characterize, validate, and test a variety of WLAN connectivity products, such as RF front end components, wireless modules, and user devices.The toolkit includes extensive support for the latest features of the 802.11ax standard, including extended single-user packets, multiuser OFDMA, and multiuser multiple input, multiple output (MIMO) functionality with per-user configuration and measurement results. The WLAN Test Toolkit helps you solve demanding new access point test cases by generating signals that simulate multiuser environments, including per-user impairments. You can also use the new software to generate trigger frames to test the real-time response of client devices and make power precorrection and relative center frequency measurements.