TEVET key industry partner, National Instruments offers superior selectivity and sensitivity for over-the-air signal acquisition and analysis with the new USRP-2945 quad receiver SDR device. Featuring a two-stage super-heterodyne architecture with four receiver channels and the capability to share local oscillators, this receiver sets new industry price and performance benchmarks for direction finding applications. In addition, the new NI USRP-2944 is a 2×2 MIMO-capable SDR featuring 160 MHz of bandwidth per channel – perfect for wideband wireless research. With a frequency range from 10 MHz to 6 GHz, you are covered for the most challenging spectrum deployments allowing for LTE and WiFi research and exploration. These cost effective SDR’s enable you to efficiently scan, capture, and analyze the spectrum when faced with today’s challenging spectrum usage and sharing environment.
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