BAE Systems will help integrate its synthetic instrument technology into RADX Technologies‘ software-defined SI products for wireless, radio frequency and microwave measurement tools.
RADX will incorporate BAE’s SI technology first into the LibertyGT line of commercial-off-the-shelf products that includes the Realtime SDSI portfolio, RADX said Monday.
Wade Lowdermilk, RADX co-founder and CTO, said the company aims to commercialize the SI technology with a technology license from BAE.
The LibertyGT services combine RADX’s Realtime Measurement Science Software and Firmware modules with National Instruments’ Reference Platforms based on PXIe and LabVIEW, as well as modules for application development.
RADX and National Instruments will demonstrate the LibertyGT SDSI Model 1000R Reference Platform and RADX LibertyGT SDSI Spectrum Analysis Module at the AUTOTESTCON 2013.