Advances in Software Defined Radio and RF Channel Emulation for Defense Radio Systems

Originally aired on Thursday, October 24 2019

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Advances inspired by 5G are making their way into the design and testing of military communications systems. From Massive MIMO and beamforming to mmWave and high-bandwidth channels, new RF technologies can be applied to secure communications, electronic countermeasures, mesh networks, ground-to-air and tactical endpoints. In this webinar, we will share trends in the commercial wireless space and how SDR has been used to prototype, test and deploy critical capabilities. We will also explore recent developments in RF Channel Emulation for simulating RF fading, noise, reflections, doppler motion and hostile signals in the lab. Sponsored by Spirent Communications and National Instruments.


Dave Garrison
Senior Director, 5G RF Performance
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Haydn Nelson
Americas Marketing Manager, SDR
National Instruments
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Rob Harris
Executive Vice President
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Bob Ackerman
Editor in Chief
SIGNAL Magazine
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