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RF & Wireless

NIDays 2016

Pour venir à bout des défis que posent les technologies RF et sans fil, les systèmes en réseau de demain nécessiteront une approche plate-forme. Il y aura lieu d‘intégrer de nouvelles technologies dans des concepts existants et de concevoir de nouveaux systèmes plus performants. Le domaine Software-Defined Radio est d’une importance toute particulière. Cette série de conférence illustre à l’aide de présentations d’utilisateurs et technologiques pratiques du domaine de la recherche et de l’industrie comment les systèmes RF flexibles, basés sur une approche définie par logiciel, peuvent être rapidement mis en œuvre et aisément adaptés aux exigences changeantes de notre temps grâce au recours accru à la technologie FPGA et à un développement optimisé des formats modulaires.

 

 
11h00 – 11h45 Spectrum Monitoring and QoS for Mission-critical Radio Communication
Constantin Blümel, Decodio AG
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11h45 – 12h30 Prototyping with Software Defined Radio for Industry, Academic, and Defense Applications
National Instruments
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12h30 – 13h30 Pause de midi/visite de l’exposition
13h30 – 14h30 Keynote : Are we Seeing the End of Switzerland as a Location for Industry ?
14h30 – 14h45 Changement de salle
14h45 – 15h30 Simple but Simpler Software Defined Radio and Channel Emulation : A User Experience
Dr. Fred Wagen, HEIA-FR
15h30 – 16h00 Pause café/visite de l’exposition
16h00 – 16h45 An Automated EM Phasor Measurement System for Traceable EMC/EMI Near-Field and RF Analysis
Beyhan Kochali, SPEAG
Sven Kühn, IT’IS Foundation
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16h45 – 17h30 Optimize RF Automation With NI-RFmx
National Instruments
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17h30 – 18h30 Apéro/visite de l’exposition

11h00 – 11h45
Spectrum Monitoring and QoS for Mission-critical Radio Communication

Constantin Blümel, Decodio AG

Decodio develops systems for spectrum monitoring and analysis of mission critical voice communication systems. We will show solutions for network monitoring and interference detection in digital networks like Tetrapol, TETRA, NXDN, DMR, dPMR and P25. By demodulating, decoding and visualization of all channels, operators are able to get a comprehensive picture of the communication network.

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11h45 – 12h30
Prototyping with Software Defined Radio for Industry, Academic, and Defense Applications

National Instruments

Developing software for embedded applications can be challenging. For starters, the business logic for these systems is rarely simple. However, the real challenge often lies in processes like connecting that logic to I/O, integrating the application into an existing system, and ensuring that the application runs properly for months or years at a time. These projects also frequently encounter logistical challenges such as supporting multideveloper teams with tight time-to-market pressures. At this session, discover how a good architecture can help address these issues and review your different architecture options.

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14h45 – 15h30
Simple but Simpler Software Defined Radio and Channel Emulation : A User Experience

Dr. Fred Wagen, HEIA-FR

Die LabVIEW Community bietet viele Möglichkeiten sich mit anderen Anwendern auszutauschen, Beispiele und fertigen Code herunterzuladen und sich in Interessengruppen zu vernetzen. In Kombination mit dem Tools Network entstehen so praktische Werkzeuge und Bibliotheken für die Entwicklungsumgebung die getestet und sofort einsatzfähig sind. Erfahren Sie in dieser Session welche Themen aktuell in der LabVIEW Community diskutiert werden, welche Interessen Gruppen für Sie spannend wären und welche neue Tools im LabVIEW Tools Network zu Ihrer Verfügung stehen.

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16h00 – 16h45
An Automated EM Phasor Measurement System for Traceable EMC/EMI Near-Field and RF Analysis

Beyhan Kochali, SPEAG
Sven Kühn, IT’IS Foundation

ICEy (Interference and Compatibility Evaluation System) is a novel reactive near-field E/H-field scanner for EMI/EMC and RF analysis in highly integrated electronics. It is a turnkey solution based on photonic probes, built for precise, user-friendly, fast, and highly autonomous analysis. ICEy was developed in close collaboration with the industry and is based on the leading NI PXI platform.

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16h45 – 17h30
Optimize RF Automation With NI-RFmx

National Instruments

In any RF automated test application, optimizing system resources can be challenging. At this session, review the NI-RFmx measurement API and discover how using it with NI PXI RF instrumentation can help you easily build a test program that keeps resources busy and thus reduces overall test time.

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