Wireless Prototyping Fundamentals NI Instructor-Led Training

The Wireless Prototyping Fundamentals course provides an introduction to rapid prototyping of wireless systems with the LabVIEW Communications System Design Suite. You will learn how to navigate the LabVIEW Communications environment, including the panel, diagram, system designer, projects, and design languages. In this course, you will follow a typical design flow to design an algorithm and define the system architecture. You will perform analysis and profiling and then convert a floating point algorithm to fixed point before compiling and deploying it to the FPGA. At the end of this course, you will have a working OFDM transceiver. This course is only taught by NI instructors through the NI Training and Certification program. Select the "Learn More" button below for more details.
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  • Students learn to design and run algorithms on the processor using the LabVIEW G, MathScript and C languages
  • Students learn to design and run algorithms on the FPGA using the Multirate Diagram, FPGA IP, and Clock Driven Logic contexts
  • Students are able to implement data transfer and communications methods to exchange data between the processor and FPGA
  • Students gain the ability to design new communications systems and/or evaluate new wireless algorithms using real-world signals


Level Professional
Topic Wireless Communication
Style NI Instructor-Led Course
Prerequisite Skills Knowledge of basic digital communications concepts


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