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The demands of emerging wireless standards are creating the need for smarter test systems. NI PXI solutions can serve test needs from characterization through final manufacturing test, reducing the cost of test and time to market. Learn how here: http://bit.ly/2d2n0Np
With more wireless technologies and demands for shorter time-to-market, engineers need a faster and more flexible approach for testing RFICs.
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Digilogic Systems Pvt. Ltd. are improving accuracy and speed in the 3D tracking of airborne targets. Sensors placed kilometers apart pinpoint targets based on time difference of arrival. Read the award-winning study here:
http://bit.ly/2cT1cDW
Finding the 3D locations of airborne targets with the help of signals received by sensors placed at different positions based on time difference of arrival (TDOA). Localization is more complex because the sensors are passive, meaning they do not transmit signals, and the signals coming from the target can be in any frequency band. This means the sensors have to be able to identify which signals are coming from the correct target.
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How did LabVIEW start and what can it achieve now? Watch this video from Radio Electronics as NI founders, experts and customers from Delacor and University of Bristol talk about their experiences and what LabVIEW has enabled them to accomplish. #30yearsofLabVIEW
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This Monday, engineers from Bose, Bloomy Controls and National Instruments share the basics to building a test system. Reserve your spot today: http://bit.ly/2cqus4u
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Using mmWave, Dr. Shunichi Futatsumori created a Foreign Object Debris detection system to be used in airports, that is capable of detecting something the size of a ping pong ball in an area 200 metres across! This means less runway downtime as well as minimisation of aircraft damage. http://bit.ly/2cgOH4Q
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Building a test system and don’t know where to begin? Listen in as test engineers from Bloomy, Bose Corporation and National Instruments take part in a special webcast to share best practices and lessons learned for building a test system. Starts September 12: http://bit.ly/2c2mWtF
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Changing the world and smashing records... before they've even graduated!
The best and brightest students from across Northern Europe have been selected as finalists and now YOU need to choose the winner! Help decide who wins the people's choice awards by voting for one of these amazing projects from TU Delft, DTU, NTNU, University of Leeds , Aarhus Universitet and Loughborough University. VOTING STARTS NOW! Choose your favourite here: http://bit.ly/2d4WBvp
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Take your engineering knowledge to a new level. Save the date for #NIDays 2016! Register now for the NIDays nearest to you: http://bit.ly/2cHFuCF
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Today we celebrate all of our LabVIEW programmers on the 256th day of the year (as 8-bits can make 256 different patterns). Happy Programmers Day!
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If you want to discover more about RF at your own frequency, then look here for all of our free insider tips and tricks…http://bit.ly/2csv4nJ
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The Electric Power Research Institute (ERPI) shares some amazing insight into the benefits of fleetwide monitoring, gaps in current technology and the next best steps in this whitepaper. Sign up to learn about the challenges in today's plant and enterprise maintenance, as well as hear about news, events and training sessions that NI has to offer:
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Vas Tsormpatzoudis, a Manchester University student, used NI myRIO to create an ultrasonic ball that can be retrofitted to any cane, to enable the visually impaired user to sense further than ever before. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2bkVPJh
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