AWR Exhibits Within the RF and Wireless Pavilion During NIWeek 2012
EL SEGUNDO, Calif. – August 1, 2012 – AWR Corporation, the innovation leader in high-frequency EDA, will exhibit within the RF and Wireless Pavilion on August 7-8 during NIWeek 2012, being held in Austin, Texas.
AWR Connected™ to National Instruments’ demonstrations will include:
- Behavioral Model Extraction: A Power Amplifier Example – This demonstration showcases a PXI system being used for power amplifier (PA) behavioral model extraction that also embraces AWR’s time delay neural network (TDNN) modeling within its Visual System Simulator™ (VSS) system design software.
- Signal Processing with VSS and LabVIEW: An 802.11ac Example - This demonstration shows the ability of VSS to call LabVIEW directly via a virtual instrument (VI) server interface such that additional/custom signal processing blocks are readily extended into the VSS environment.
- Design through Test: An Amplifier Example – This demonstration shows how an amplifier designer can easily move from the design stage through to test, with results validated between simulation and measurements along the way. In particular, Microwave Office™ software is highlighted as the tool used for circuit simulation, LabVIEW for signal processing and virtual control of hardware of NI's PXI instrumentation, and VSS for system-level simulation of the amplifier
NIWeek brings together more than 3,000 engineers and scientists for technical networking, interactive sessions, targeted industry summits, hands-on workshops, exhibitions, and keynote presentations from leading technology thought leaders. Engineers, scientists, researchers, professors, industry experts, test managers, and students attending the RF and Wireless Summit will learn how National Instruments is redefining RF and wireless test through sessions from RF, microwave, and wireless industry experts that explain the latest trends, emerging technologies, and test techniques.
AWR, the innovation leader in high-frequency EDA software, dramatically reduces development time and cost for products employed in wireless, high-speed wired, broadband, aerospace and defense, and electro-optical applications.