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NI unveils mmWave SDR to help speed 5G research

Tuesday 26 April 2016 | 16:09 CET | News
NI announced a software defined radio (SDR) for the millimeter wave (mmWave) spectrum, claiming a world first. The new NI mmWave Transceiver System is a full transceiver that can transmit and/or receive wide-bandwidth signals at a 2 GHz real-time bandwidth, covering the spectrum in the E-band, 71-76 GHz. Engineers and scientists have used SDRs ubiquitously in the spectrum below 6 GHz for years. However, with companies investing in mmWave as a potential core technology for 5G, researchers now have a full-featured SDR platform to drive initiatives based on this technology. As a key participant

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