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What Is the Vector Signal Transceiver?
Vector Signal Transceiver is ideally suited for a wide range of RF and wireless test applications such as 802.11ac/ax device testing, cellular device testing including future 5G standard, RFIC characterization, ...

Compare Service Programs for the Semiconductor Test System
Shop Semiconductor Test System STS Services and Support Compare Service Programs for the Semiconductor Test System Basic Service Program for STS Obtain peace of mind through support from NI STS experts ...

Enterprise Agreement Program
Learn more about the National Instruments Enterprise Agreement Program, and find out what resources are available for you.

Semiconductor Test System Services and Support
Shop Semiconductor Test System STS Services and Support Semiconductor Test System Services and Support You expect NI products to help you solve some of the most challenging engineering problems; expect ...

NI USB-6289 OEM Support
The USB-6289 OEM is a high-accuracy 18-bit M Series multifunction DAQ module optimized for superior accuracy at fast sample rates. It offers 32 analog inputs; a 625 kS/s single-channel sample rate (500 ...

LabVIEW Real-Time Module Support
The LabVIEW Real-Time Module is an add-on component for the LabVIEW development system that you can use to create and debug reliable, deterministic applications that run on stand-alone embedded hardware ...

VXIpc-874B Support
The NI VXIpc-874B embedded controller is a flexible, high-performance Pentium III-based controller in a rugged two-slot VXI package. With a 1.4 GHz Pentium III processor, up to 512 MB RAM, a 30 GB minimum ...

USB-1358 Support
The USB-1358 twelve-slot plug-and-play backplane adapter includes the USB-1359 communication adapter to communicate with SCXI switch modules inside an SCXI-1001 chassis. In addition to simple communication, ...

cRIO-9961 Support
The National Instruments cRIO-9961 CompactRIO embedded system evaluation kit contains all the hardware you need to build a completely customized, high-performance, embedded system. The kit includes a cRIO-9014 ...

NI FM/RDS Measurement Suite Support
The NI FM/RDS Measurement Suite helps you generate and analyze FM/RDS signals. It includes soft front panels and an API for generation and/or analysis. Use the suite to debug or automate FM signals.

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