Case Study Results

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Imperial College London Enhances Direction Finding and Beamforming Using LabVIEW and NI USRP www.ni.com/en-us/innovations/case-studies/19/imperial-college-london-enhances-direction-finding.html
Creating more opportunities for prototyping array-processing algorithms for signal detection, direction-finding, localization, beamforming, and target-tracking applications that are lacking due to the ...

University College London Tracks WiFi Signals to Passively See Through Walls Using NI Wireless Design Tools www.ni.com/en-us/innovations/case-studies/19/university-college-london-tracks-wifi-signals-to-passively-see-through-walls-using-ni-wireless-design-tools.html
Proving the concept that local WiFi signals can be used to monitor moving objects and bodies that are otherwise visually obscured. Although fundamentally similar to traditional radar systems, our novel ...

Developing an Open Multiconstellation GNSS Receiver for Education www.ni.com/en-us/innovations/case-studies/19/developing-an-open-multiconstellation-gnss-receiver-for-education.html
Developing a fully configurable multiconstellation global navigation satellite system (GNSS) receiver for educational and research purposes so that users can access the core of signal processing algorithms. ...

Enabling Student Exploration of the Modular Design of Software Defined Radio Transceivers www.ni.com/en-us/innovations/case-studies/19/enabling-student-exploration-of-the-modular-design-of-software.html
Introducing a new hands-on course series that teaches students how to develop and implement digital communication systems and software defined radio technologies in a study program supporting more comprehensive ...

Prototyping Device-to-Device (D2D) Communication Using the LabVIEW Communications System Design Suite and the LabVIEW Communications LTE Application Framework www.ni.com/en-us/innovations/case-studies/19/prototyping-device-to-device-d2d-communication-using-the-labview-communications-system-design-suite.html
Device-to-device (D2D) communication has attracted significant attention from academia and industry, but there is no platform to evaluate and validate the proposed algorithms and protocols experimentally. ...

Using the NI PXI Platform for LiFi-Enabled Intelligent Transportation Systems www.ni.com/en-us/innovations/case-studies/19/using-the-ni-pxi-platform-for-lifi-enabled-intelligent-transportation-systems.html
Developing high-performance, user-friendly, and highly customizable signal transceivers for the emerging visible light communication (LiFi) technology with applications in intelligent transportation systems ...

Using the LabVIEW Communications System Design Suite to Increase Spectral Efficiency for Wireless Communication www.ni.com/en-us/innovations/case-studies/19/using-the-labview-communications-system-design-suite-to-increase-spectral-efficiency-for-wireless-communication.html
5G communication solutions and the Internet of Things (IoT) require ultra-efficient protocols that power wireless communication between billions of devices without wasting valuable resources. In addition ...

Implementation of the First SEFDM 5G Transceiver Prototype Using LabVIEW Communications System Design Suite and USRP RIO www.ni.com/en-us/innovations/case-studies/19/implementation-of-the-first-sefdm-5g-transceiver-prototype-using-labview-communications-system-design-suite-and-usrp-rio.html
Billions of devices will soon be connected to the Internet in line with the vision of the Internet of Things (IoT). This means 5G must make highly efficient use of the wireless spectrum. Spectrally efficient ...

Using NI Software Defined Radio Solutions as a Testbed of 5G Waveform Research www.ni.com/en-us/innovations/case-studies/19/using-ni-software-defined-radio-solutions-as-testbed-of-5g.html
Exploiting the benefits of software defined radio (SDR) technology in real time to develop the next generation of novel communication systems.

Rapid Prototyping of Wi-Fi MAC Layer Protocols www.ni.com/en-us/innovations/case-studies/19/rapid-prototyping-of-wi-fi-mac-layer-protocols.html
Reducing the time and cost of prototyping WiFi medium access control (MAC) protocols using a network of real-time wireless devices.