Synchronized operation of simultaneous, multiple, and wideband is the foundation of various new RF systems in a diverse spectrum of operations from Multiple-Input and Multiple-Output (MIMO) communications to electronic warfare systems.
SIGINT’s (Signals Intelligence) current operational environment often requires rapid development of waveforms, protocols, and devices to dependably function in different environments. The best solutions for such functions are Software Defined Radios (SDR), which are the principal solution to prototype wireless communication systems leading to better solutions quickly. NI has adequately identified the following requirements to fulfill client needs and specifications:
Climate change is a growing concern across the globe. Many countries are enacting legislation and setting goals to reduce the effects of industry and commerce on the environment. While some may believe the actual needs are small and inconsequential considering other global concerns, the aviation industry is taking these concerns seriously. Airbus, a major global leader in the manufacturing of commercial aircraft, is making important strides in this effort.
The aerospace and defense (A&D) industries have long been a recognized leader when it comes to adopting new, innovative technologies. Digital transformation has naturally been part of that process over time. In fact, A&D were early converts to digital design and manufacturing processes. As A&D industries are tapped to produce ever-evolving technological systems for growing needs, digital transformation will be a crucial factor contributing to success.
During Women’s History Month, which also features International Women’s Day on March 8, notable women throughout the world’s history are remembered. More importantly, they are recognized for their achievements that have made a significant impact on our world. We owe these women a debt of gratitude and honor for what they have done, and the sacrifices they have often made to make a difference.
This is part 2 of our National Instruments SCC blog series. This part will describe the SCC Analog Output Modules, Digital Input Modules, Digital Output Modules, Counter/Timer Modules, Relay Modules, and Feedthrough Modules.
This is the introduction to National Instruments SCC, which will be our next series of blog posts. NI SCC is a portable, modular signal conditioning system compatible with M Series, E Series, and certain B Series and portable multifunction DAQ devices. SCC models condition many types of analog input and digital I/O signals.
Part 9 in our National Instruments SCXI blog series will describe the different types of DIN-Rail Mountable Terminal Blocks and SCXI Cable Assemblies. DIN-Rail Mountable Terminal Blocks have features like shielded, low-noise cabling and easily accessible screw terminals for field wiring.
Women have been involved in notable historical events all through history, and their contributions, even while opposed and persecuted, have led to significant progress. Efforts to explore outer space also include female participants who refused to stand on the sidelines. Recently, NASA celebrated the Apollo 11 space mission to the moon that occurred 50 years ago this year. They also celebrated another of the inspiring women in space tech, JoAnn Morgan.
This is part 8 in our ongoing blog series about the National Instruments SCXI platform. Part 8 will describe the rack-mountable SCXI Terminal Blocks. If you missed the previous blog posts, you can view them on our blog!