Name Description Instruments/Softwares
Vector Signal Transceiver NI PXIe-1085 is Configured with the following modules:
NI PXIe-8880
It is an Intel Xeon 8 Core embedded controller for PXI Express systems. One can use it for processor-intensive RF, modular instrumentation, and data acquisition applications. The PXIe 8880 includes two 10/100/1000BASE TX (Gigabit) Ethernet ports, two USB 3.0 ports, four USB 2.0 ports, as well as an integrated hard drive and other peripheral I/O.
NI PXIe-5791
The NI 5791 provides continuous frequency coverage from 200 MHz to 4.4 GHz. It features a single-stage, direct conversion architecture that provides high bandwidth in the small form factor of a FlexRIO adapter module.
NI PXIe-5646R
The PXIe 5646 combines a vector signal generator and vector signal analyzer with FPGA-based real-time signal processing and control into a single device, also known as a VST. Because of this software-designed approach, the PXIe 5646 features the flexibility of software defined radio architecture with RF instrument class performance.
NI PXIe-8374
The PXIe-8374 allows you to create multi-chassis PXI systems that interface to the same computer. One can use the PXIe-8374 to daisy chain up to eight PXI chassis to the same system computer, which can be a PXI Controller or a PC connected with a Device for PXI Remote Control.

Vector Signal Analyzer NI PXIe-1085 is Configured with the following modules:
NI PXIe-8820
It is a 2.2GHz Dual-Core Processor. The PXIe-8820 is an Intel Celeron 1020E embedded controller for PXI systems. It is used to create a compact and/or portable PC-based platform for industrial control, data acquisition, and test and measurement applications.
NI PXIe-5605(Up to 14 GHz PXI Vector Signal Analyzer)
The PXIe 5665 is a modular, three stage super heterodyne analyzer that you can use as either a spectrum analyzer or vector signal analyzer. PXIe 5665 with the Modulation Toolkit is used to analyze custom and standard modulation formats. The PXIe 5665 can perform measurements for a broad range of communications standards such as GSM, EDGE, WCDMA, WiMAX, LTE, Bluetooth, WLAN, DVB C/H/T, ATSC, and MediaFLO.
Vector Signal Generator NI PXIe-1082 is Configured with the following modules:
NI PXIe-8135
The PXIe-8135 is an Intel Core i7 embedded controller for PXI Express systems. It is used for processor-intensive, modular instrumentation, and data acquisition applications.
NI PXIe-5450( 16-Bit I/Q PXI Waveform Generator)
The PXIe 5450 is a 145 MHz, dual‐channel arbitrary waveform generator optimized for I/Q communications signals. It is an ideal instrument for testing devices with I/Q inputs, or as the baseband component of an RF vector signal generator. It also features onboard signal processing (OSP) functions that include pulse shaping and interpolation filters, gain and offset control, and a numerically controlled oscillator (NCO) for frequency shifting.
Vectro Network Analyzer NI PXIe-1078 is Configured with the following modules:
NI PXIe-8135
The PXIe-8135 is an Intel Core i7 embedded controller for PXI Express systems. It is used for processor-intensive, modular instrumentation, and data acquisition applications.
NI PXIe-5632(8.5 GHz PXI Vector Network Analyzer)
The PXIe 5632 is a 2 port vector network analyzer (VNA) for PXI Express with full S parameters and a wide frequency range. This module features flexible dual-source architecture with frequency offset capability for measuring frequency translation devices and S parameters. With source access loops and a low-latency trigger, one can achieve pulsed S parameter measurements and measurements requiring an extended power range. The PXIe 5632 supports automatic precision calibration, full vector analysis, and reference plane extensions, so it is an ideal vector network analysis solution for validation and production operations without the high costs and large footprints associated with a traditional benchtop VNA.
NI USRP-2920
NI USRP 2920 (20 MHz Bandwidth, 50 MHz to 2.2 GHz USRP Software Defined Radio Device)
The USRP 2920 is a tunable RF transceiver with a high-speed analog to digital converter and digital to analog converter for streaming baseband I and Q signals to a host PC over 1/10 Gigabit Ethernet.
USRP 2920 can also be used for the following applications: white space; broadcast FM; public safety; land-mobile, low-power unlicensed devices on industrial, scientific, and medical (ISM) bands; sensor networks; cell phone; amateur radio; or GPS.
NI USRP-2953R (1.2 GHz to 6 GHz, GPS-Disciplined OCXO, USRP Software Defined Radio Reconfigurable Device)
The USRP-2953 provides an integrated hardware and software solution for rapidly prototyping high-performance wireless communication systems. Built on the LabVIEW reconfigurable I/O (RIO) architecture, USRP RIO delivers an integrated hardware and software solution, so researchers can prototype faster and shorten time to results. One can prototype a range of advanced research applications that include multiple input, multiple output (MIMO); synchronization of heterogeneous networks; LTE relaying; RF compressive sampling; spectrum sensing; cognitive radio; beam-forming; and direction finding.
The USRP-2953 is equipped with a GPS-disciplined 10 MHz oven-controlled crystal oscillator (OCXO) reference clock. The GPS disciplining delivers improved frequency accuracy and synchronization capabilities
The OctoClock-G CDA-2990 is a high-accuracy timing reference and distribution system. This can be used to build multi-channel systems that are synchronized to a common timing source.
The OctoClock-G CDA-2990 distributes 10 MHz and 1 PPS signals generated from an internal GPS-disciplined, oven-controlled oscillator (GPSDO), or an external source.
The GPSDO serves as an accurate reference that can be synchronized to the GPS timing standard.
Emona DATEx Trainer Kit
The Emona DATEx is an add-on board for the NI ELVIS™ platform.
The NI ELVIS™ / Emona DATEx combination allows a broad range of introductory telecommunications experiments to be implemented.
The ELVIS™/DATEx combination provides a hands-on learning environment for students to see the fundamental math and theory of telecommunications implemented with real-world electrical signals.
The ELVIS™/DATEx combination fully utilizes the capabilities of the NI ELVIS™ Virtual Instrumentation and LabVIEW™ programming language.
The DATEx board can be controlled both MANUALLY as well as remotely, under PC-CONTROL where all knobs and switches are varied under NI LabVIEW™ control using the DATEx Main Soft Front Panel (SFP) and DATEx Toolbar SFP.
Low-level LabVIEW™ VI's are also provided to allow DATEx hardware circuit blocks to be integrated into LabVIEW program flow - to implement "hardware-in-the-loop" applications.

EMONA FOTEx Fiber Optics Trainer Kit NI ELVIS/Emona FOTEx
FOTEx is used to learn the principles of fiber optic communication. The Emona FOTEx add-in module is fully integrated with the NI ELVIS platform and NI LabVIEW environment. The FOTEx™ analog and digital I/O, function generator and variable DC are controlled through the NI ELVIS, either manually or under the control NI LabVIEW VIs.