As the variety and complexity of communication systems in the modern RF battlefield increase, the need to quickly design, deploy and field upgrade spectrum monitoring and direction finding solutions becomes paramount. Software Defined Radio (SDR) platforms for these applications need to cover wide frequency ranges, process high bandwidth data in real-time, provide synchronization scalable across multiple channels, and support flexible development tools.
SDRs with user programmable FPGAs are uniquely positioned to keep pace with the rapidly changing ecosystem of algorithms and technologies to effectively carry out SIGINT, EW and multi-mission operations.
Join National Instruments (NI) for an in-depth discussion of the next generation of flexible and powerful COTS SDRs that enable direction finding, spectrum monitoring and radio functionality. This webinar includes discussion of key RF system requirements, an overview of multiple software tool flows, and a demonstration of a reference direction finding application.
Watch as we highlight how communication systems in the modern RF battlefield increase the need to quickly design, deploy and field upgradable spectrum monitoring and direction-finding solutions. With a focus on SIGINT and electronic warfare we discuss the need for wide frequency ranges, ability to process high bandwidth data in real-time, synchronization scalable across multiple channels, and support flexible development tools.