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[NI驱动软件] NI RF Signal Analyzers 2.6 Win32/64Eng NI仪器驱动程序NI-RFSA 2.6

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    NI RF Signal Analyzers 2.6 Win32/64Eng NI仪器驱动程序NI-RFSA 2.6

    NI-RFSA
    NI-RFSA为使用NI PXI矢量信号分析仪和PXI矢量信号收发仪的RF输入的客户提供支持。
    NI-RFSA是用于控制和配置NI矢量信号分析仪(VSA)的NI仪器驱动程序。NI-RFSA为大部分矢量信号分析仪应用提供了基于IVI的标准功能。NI-RFSA提供了一组操作和属性,使您可以创建自定义测量程序或需要I/Q数据的应用。NI-RFSA包含了交互式软面板和示例。

    Win32/64
    2.6
    文件名: NI-RFSA\NIRFSA26.zip
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    CRC32: 090e31d2

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    NI RF Signal Analyzers Readme
    Version 2.6

    Thank you for using NI-RFSA. This file contains important information about NI-RFSA and is organized into the following sections:
    • NI RF Signal Analyzers Software: The NI-RFSA and ni5660 APIs
    • New Features
    • Supported Hardware
    • System Requirements
    • InstalLED File Names and Locations
      • Examples
      • Documentation
    • Updates and Notifications
    • Uninstalling/Modifying NI RF Signal Analyzers Software
    • Known Issues
    • Bug Fixes
    • Automating the Installation of NI Products
    • How to Use NI Software with Microsoft Windows 8
    • Important Information

    NI RF Signal Analyzers Software: The NI-RFSA and ni5660 APIs
    This software installation provides support for customers using either an NI PXI-5660 (NI 5660), NI PXI-5661 (NI 5661), NI PXIe-5663/5663E (NI 5663/5663E), NI PXIe-5665 (NI 5665), or NI PXIe-5667 (NI 5667) RF vector signal analyzer. To program the NI 5661, NI 5663/5663E, NI 5665, or NI 5667 use the NI-RFSA API in all programming languages. To program the NI 5660, use the ni5660 API in LabVIEW and the NI-Tuner and NI-SCOPE APIs in other programming languages.
    The getting started guide for your device provides information about how to install, configure, test, and begin using an NI RF vector signal analyzer. The NI 5660 has a separate help file from the NI 5661, NI 5663/5663E, NI 5665, and the NI 5667. Each device also has a separate printed specifications document.
    New Features
    NI-RFSA 2.6 adds support for NI 5667 3.6 GHz and 7 GHz devices
    NI-RFSA 2.5.5 adds support for LabVIEW 2012 (32-bit) and LabVIEW 2012 (64-bit)
    NI-RFSA 2.5.2 includes the following new features:
    • Support for the RF Input Isolation property and the NIRFSA_ATTR_RF_INPUT_ISOLATION attribute
    • Support for the FFT Width property and the NIRFSA_ATTR_FFT_WIDTH attribute
    • Support for the Reference Trigger OSP Delay Enabled property and the NIRFSA_ATTR_REF_TRIGGER_OSP_DELAY_ENABLED attribute
    NI-RFSA 2.5 includes the following new features:
    • Support for NI 5665 14 GHz devices
    • Support for the RF Attenuation Step Size property and the NIRFSA_ATTR_RF_ATTENUATION_STEP_SIZE attribute
    • Support for the OSP Data Scaling Factor property and the NIRFSA_ATTR_OSP_DATA_SCALING_FACTOR attribute
    • Support for the Spectrum OSP Sampling Ratio property and the NIRFSA_ATTR_SPECTRUM_OSP_SAMPLING_RATIO attribute
    • Support for the Phase Noise acquisition mode in the NI-RFSA Soft Front Panel (SFP)
    • Support for running multiple instances of the NI-RFSA Soft Front Panel (SFP)
    NI-RFSA 2.4.5 adds support for LabVIEW 2011 (32-bit) and LabVIEW 2011 (64-bit)
    NI-RFSA 2.4.2 includes the following new features:
    • Fixed an issue in which NI-RFSA was falsely reporting temperature sensor errors for the NI PXIe-5603
    • Fixed an issue in which NI PXIe-5603 devices calibrated with a later version of NI-RFSA do not initialize with NI-RFSA 2.4
    NI-RFSA 2.4 includes the following new features:
    • Support for NI 5665 3.6 GHz devices
    • Support for LabVIEW 2009 (64-bit) and LabVIEW 2010 (64-bit)
    • Support for Windows 7 and Windows Vista 64-bit user mode
    • Simulation support for NI 5663/5663E and NI 5665 devices
    • Support for the I/Q power edge Reference trigger for NI-TClk
    • Support for configuration list mode DMA
    Supported Hardware
    The following table shows which hardware products are supported under particular operating systems.
    Hardware ProductSupported Under Windows 8 (32-bit)/Windows 7 (32-bit)/Vista (32-bit)/XP 1Supported Under Windows 8 (64-bit)/Windows 7 (64-bit)/Vista (64-bit)
    NI PXI-5600
    NI PXIe-5601
    NI PXIe-5603
    NI PXIe-5605
    NI PXI-5660
    X
    NI PXI-5661
    NI PXIe-5663
    NI PXIe-5663E
    NI PXIe-5665
    NI PXIe-5667
    1 MXI Express and MXI-4 are supported on Windows 8/7/Vista/XP, but MXI-3 is supported on only Windows XP.
    NI–RFSA supports all National Instruments RF signal analyzer devices, except the NI 5660 on RT targets.
    System RequirementsSupported Operating Systems
    • Windows 8 (32-bit and 64-bit)
    • Windows 7 (32-bit and 64-bit)
    • Windows Vista (32-bit and 64-bit)
    • Windows XP Service Pack 3 (32-bit)
    • Windows Server 2003 R2 (32-bit)
    • Windows Server 2008 R2 (64-bit)
    It is recommended that you have the most recent service pack for your operating system installed.
    Supported Real-Time Operating Environments
    • LabVIEW Real-Time Module
    • LabWindows/CVI Real-Time Module
    Minimum System Requirements
    You may need an update for Windows 8.
    • Processor—Pentium III/Celeron 600 MHz or equivalent
    • RAM—
      • Windows XP Service Pack 3 (SP3): 128 MB
      • Windows 8/7/Vista: 512 MB
    • Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5 or later
    • A screen resolution of 800 x 600 with 256 colors
    • Windows 8/7/Vista/XP SP3, with all available critical updates and service packs
    Recommended System
    • Processor—Pentium 4 or equivalent
    • RAM—
      • Windows XP SP3: 256 MB
      • Windows 8/7/Vista: 1 GB
    • A screen resolution of 1,024 x 768
    • Windows 8/7/Vista/XP SP3, with all available critical updates and service packs
    • If you are running your application on an RT target, 64 MB of memory or more is recommended.
    Application Development Environments (ADEs)
    Note: You should install ADEs, such as NI LabVIEW, NI LabWindows/CVI or Microsoft Visual Studio®, before installing NI-RFSA. To add support for ADEs installed after installing NI-RFSA, modify your NI-RFSA installation or launch the NI-RFSA installer again.
    • LabVIEW 2009 SP1 (32-bit), 2009 SP1 (64-bit), 2010 SP1 (32-bit), 2010 SP1 (64-bit), 2011 SP1 (32-bit), 2011 SP1 (64-bit), 2012 (32-bit), or 2012 (64-bit)
    • LabVIEW Real-Time Module 2009 SP1, 2010 SP1, 2011 SP1 (not supported with NI 5660), or 2012
    • LabWindows™/CVI™ 9.0.1 or later
    • LabWindows/CVI Real-Time Module 2009 or later (not supported with NI 5660)
    • If you are running your application on an RT target, 128 MB of memory or more is required.
    Note:The NI Spectral Measurements Toolkit must be installed for proper operation of NI RF vector signal analyzers. Install the Spectral Measurements Toolkit after installing NI-RFSA. Refer to the NI RF Vector Signal Analyzer Getting Started Guide for more information about software and hardware installation.
    Note:MXI users must install the software included with the MXI hardware.
    Installed File Names and Locations
    • <NIDocDir> is an alias for the following National Instruments file folder location:
      • Windows XP: Documents and Settings\All Users\Shared Documents\National Instruments
      • Windows 8/7/Vista: Users\Public\Documents\National Instruments
    • <IVIROOTDIR32> is an alias for the following National Instruments file folder location:
      • Windows 8 (32-bit)/7 (32-bit)/Vista (32-bit)/XP: Program Files\IVI Foundation\IVI\
      • Windows 8 (64-bit)/7 (64-bit)/Vista (64-bit): Program Files (x86)\IVI Foundation\IVI\
        Note$(IVIROOTDIR32) is configured as an environment variable on the target system.
        If you upgraded an installation of IVI, your files may be located in the following location:
        • Windows 8 (32-bit)/7 (32-bit)/Vista (32-bit)/XP: Program Files\IVI\
        • Windows 8 (64-bit)/7 (64-bit)/Vista (64-bit): Program Files (x86)\IVI\

    • <IVIROOTDIR64> is an alias for the following National Instruments file folder location:
      • Windows 8 (64-bit)/7 (64-bit)/Vista (64-bit): Program Files\IVI Foundation\IVI\
        Note  $(IVIROOTDIR64) is configured as an environment variable on the target system.

    • <VXIPNPPATH> is an alias for the following VISA file folder location:
      • Windows 8 (32-bit)/7/Vista (32-bit)/XP: Program Files\IVI\VISA
      • Windows 8 (64-bit)/7/Vista (64-bit): Program Files (x86)\IVI\VISA

    Note:  If you upgraded an installation of VISA, your <VXIPNPPATH> folder may be located at C:\VXIPNP.
    File Locations
    FilesInstalled Location on Windows 8 (32-bit)/7 (32-bit)/Vista (32-bit)/XP
    NI-RFSA
    NI-RFSA<IVIROOTDIR32>\Drivers\niRFSA
    NI-RFSA Function Panel<IVIROOTDIR32>\Drivers\niRFSA\nirfsa.fp
    NI-RFSA Examples<NIDocDir>\NI-RFSA\examples
    NI-RFSA Header file<IVIROOTDIR32>\Include
    NI-RFSA Import Library files<IVIROOTDIR32>\lib
    NI-RFSA DLL (32-bit)<IVIROOTDIR32>\Bin
    ni5660
    NI-TUNER Function Panel<VXIPNPPATH>\WinNT\niTuner\niTuner.fp
    ni5660 Header file<VXIPNPPATH>\WinNT\include
    ni5660 Import Library files<VXIPNPPATH>\WinNT\lib
    ni5660 DLL (32-bit)<VXIPNPPATH>\WinNT\Bin


    Additional File Locations for Windows 8 (64-bit)/7 (64-bit)/Vista (64-bit)
    ItemInstalled Location on Windows 8 (64-bit)/7 (64-bit)/Vista (64-bit)
    NI-RFSA Function Panel<IVIROOTDIR64>\Drivers\niRFSA\nirfsa.fp
    NI-RFSA Header files<IVIROOTDIR64>\Include
    NI-RFSA Import Library files (64-bit)<IVIROOTDIR64>\Lib_x64
    NI-RFSA DLL (64-bit)<IVIROOTDIR64>\Bin


    VIs and Functions
    NI-RFSA palette VIs are available from the Functions&#187;Instrument I/O&#187;Instrument Drivers&#187;NI-RFSA palette. ni5660 palette VIs are available from the Functions&#187;Instrument I/O&#187;Instrument Drivers&#187;ni5660 palette.
    NI-RFSA functions are available in LabWindows/CVI from the Instruments menu. To load the NI-RFSA function panel (FP), select Instruments&#187;Load, and navigate to <IVIROOTDIR32>\Drivers\niRFSA\niRFSA.fp or <IVIROOTDIR64>\Drivers\niRFSA\niRFSA.fp. The ni5660 API does not provide LabWindows/CVI support, but you can use the NI-SCOPE and NI-Tuner functions to create your application in this ADE.
    Examples
    With LabVIEW running, select Help&#187;Find Examples to launch the NI Example Finder. The NI Example Finder offers two ways to access all installed LabVIEW example VIs (including NI-RFSA, Spectral Measurements Toolkit (SMT) examples, and Modulation Toolkit (MT) examples) and their descriptions.
    • Click the Browse tab to locate modulation examples by task at Hardware Input and Output&#187;Modular Instruments&#187;NI-RFSA or by directory structure at instr&#187;niRFSA or instr&#187;ni5660.
    • Click the Search tab to search all installed examples by keyword. For example, searching for "RFSA" can be used to locate all RF vector signal analyzer examples.
        Note  Modulation Toolkit examples that work with the NI-RFSA API are available by using the search feature of the NI Example Finder or at ni.com/examples.
    Documentation
    The following documents are installed with NI-RFSA and are available from Start&#187;All Programs&#187;National Instruments&#187;NI-RFSA&#187;Documentation:
    • NI RF Signal Analyzers Readme (this document)
    • Getting started guide for your device—Printed and PDF format. Contains hardware and software installation, MAX configuration, and troubleshooting information.
    • NI RF Vector Signal Analyzers Help—HTML help format. Intended for NI 5661, NI 5663/5663E, NI 5665, and NI 5667 users. Includes RF fundamentals, hardware device overviews, programming information, LabVIEW reference, and CVI function reference sections.
    • NI PXI-5660 Help—HTML help format. Intended for NI 5660 users. Includes hardware device overview, programming information, and LabVIEW reference sections.
    • Specifications for your device—Printed and PDF format. Lists specifications for your device.
    • Calibration procedures for your device— Contains calibration instructions for NI vector signal analyzers. The latest procedures are available at ni.com/calibration
    • Maintain Forced-Air Cooling Note to Users—Printed format. Contains important cooling information for NI vector signal analyzers.
    • Read Me First: Safety and Electromagnetic Compatibiity—Printed format. Contains safety instructions and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) information for the hardware it accompanies.
    Note  To view the specifications, you need to have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed. You can install the viewer from www.adobe.com/acrobat.
    Updates and Notifications
    National Instruments releases critical software updates after product release using the NI Update Service. Visit ni.com/info and enter updates to view a list of all currently available updates.
    National Instruments provides notification of certain critical issues at install time. Visit ni.com/info and enter notifications to view a list of current product notifications.
    Uninstalling/Modifying the NI RF Signal Analyzers Software
    NOTE: When you install the NI-RFSA 2.6 software, you can select NI-RFSA 2.6 and/or NI PXI-5660 Support. If you install both APIs and later want to uninstall or modify the installation, you will need to perform the following steps for each API.
    For Windows XP, complete the following steps:
    • Launch the Control Panel by selecting Start&#187;Control Panel.
    • Double-click Add or Remove Programs.
    • Select National Instruments Software.
    • Click Change/Remove.
    • Select NI-RFSA 2.6 or NI PXI-5660 Support from the dialog box that appears.
    • Click Remove to uninstall the product; click Modify to change the components that are installed.
    For Windows 7/Vista, complete the following steps:
    • Launch the Control Panel by selecting Start&#187;Control Panel.
    • Double-click Programs and Features.
    • Select National Instruments Software.
    • Click the Uninstall/Change button.
    • Select NI-RFSA 2.6 or NI PXI-5660 Support from the dialog box that appears.
    • Click Remove to uninstall the product; click Modify to change the components that are installed.
    For Windows 8, complete the following steps:
    • Right-click on the Start screen.
    • Select All apps, and launch the Control Panel.
    • Select Programs&#187;Programs and Features.
    • Select National Instruments Software.
    • Click the Uninstall button.
    • Select NI-RFSA 2.6 or NI PXI-5660 Support from the dialog box that appears.
    • Click Remove to uninstall the product; click Modify to change the components that are installed.
    As part of the NI-RFSA installation, the following software is installed. To completely remove the NI-RFSA installation from your system, you must also remove all of the following packages:
    • NI RFSA Run-Time 2.6
    • NI-DAQmx 9.5
    • NI-SCOPE 3.9.4
    • NI IVI Compliance Package 4.4
    • NI-VISA 5.0
    • NI Measurement & Automation Explorer (MAX) 5.1
    • NI-RFSG 1.8.5
    • NI-FGEN 2.9.1
    • NI I/O Trace 2.7.2
    Caution:Several of the software packages listed above are shared with other NI software packages. If you attempt to remove a piece of software that something else is dependent upon, a message warns you about the software dependencies. You can choose to either uninstall all of the software or to leave the shared software installed. If you choose to uninstall the shared software, some of your other NI software may no longer function correctly.
    Note:Do not attempt to uninstall by manually deleting files.
    Known Issues
    You can access the software and documentation known issues list online. Refer to the NI-RFSA known issues at ni.com for an up-to-date list of known issues in NI-RFSA 2.6.
    Bug Fixes
    The following items are changes from NI-RFSA 2.5.2 to NI-RFSA 2.6.
    IDFixed Issue
    378277Fixed an issue in which NI-RFSA does not correct for magnitude only equalization when performing in-band retuning in spectrum acquisition mode.
    358210Fixed an issue in which NI-RFSA has a type mismatch in Fetch calls between LabVIEW and CVI.
    312899Fixed an issue in which handle leaks can occur when using the Spectral Measurements Toolkit 2.6.1 or the Modulation Toolkit 4.3.1 and earlier with the NI PXI-5660 API.
    343973Fixed an issue in which specifying a non-zero external gain with input isolation enabled causes the driver to return incorrect amplitude parameters.
    The following items are changes from NI-RFSA 2.5 to NI-RFSA 2.5.2.
    IDFixed Issue
    313126Fixed an issue in which NI-RFSA Express VIs in LabVIEW 2010 (64-bit) does not code generate if a later version of LabVIEW (64-bit) is installed at the same time.
    311302Fixed an issue in which NI-RFSA cannot reconfigure an acquisition session from I/Q mode to spectrum mode for the NI PXIe-5663E using NI-RFSA 2.4 or later.
    324569Fixed an issue in which testing the device resources in MAX causes the chassis controller to crash and restart for the NI PXI-5600.
    330425Fixed an issue in which EVM and MER measurements are degraded when using RF list mode for NI-RFSA versions 2.3 and later.
    The following items are changes from NI-RFSA 2.4.2 to NI-RFSA 2.5.
    IDFixed Issue
    304436Fixed an issue in which calling the NI-RFSA Commit VI before setting the attenuation-related properties results in incorrect gain scaling coefficients on the NI PXIe-5663 and NI PXIe-5665.
    301761Fixed an issue in which calling the NI-RFSA Reset Device VI on the NI PXIe-5622 can cause a blue screen in some instances.
    297868Fixed an issue in which users may get an undefined warning with code 88000 while using the NI PXI-5600 and changing clocking configurations.
    296450Fixed an issue in which the NI PXIe-5622 digitizer may incorrectly report a warning that the PLL came unlocked or may experience initial accuracy issues.
    288143Fixed an issue in which the NI PXIe-5622 (25 MHz) digitizer in a real-time setup does not appear under the chassis in MAX.
    287752Fixed an issue in which execution times with multiple NI-RFSA sessions is slower than expected.
    285185Fixed an issue in which NI-RFSA, with NI-SCOPE, writes incorrect calibration values to the NI PXIe-5622 during external calibration.
    279084Fixed an issue in which calling the NI-DAQmx Reset VI after calling the NI-RFSA Commit VI may cause the NI PXI-5600 firmware to return an error.
    275798Fixed an issue in which the NI PXI-5600 may hang at cold temperatures at driver initialization or reset.
    The following items are changes from NI-RFSA 2.4 to NI-RFSA 2.4.2
    IDFixed Issue
    305024Fixed an issue where NI-RFSA was falsely reporting temperature sensor errors for the NI PXIe-5603.
    305281Fixed an issue where NI PXIe-5603 devices calibrated with a later version of NI-RFSA do not initialize with NI-RFSA 2.4.
    The following items are changes from NI-RFSA 2.3.1 to NI-RFSA 2.4
    IDFixed Issue
    245523LabVIEW 8.6 is now supported with NI-RFSA 2.4.
    208667Fixed an issue in which a MIMO configuration of multiple NI 5663 devices returned an incorrect gain scaling coefficient.
    216904Fixed an issue in which the I/Q rate was coerced incorrectly when fractional resampling was enabled on the NI 5663.
    191603Fixed an issue in which setting the I/Q power edge Reference trigger was unreliable for a 50 MHz span.
    199048Fixed an issue in which reopening a calibration session from the same process returns an incorrect error.
    141500Fixed an issue in which setting a non-zero value for minimum quiet time with no trigger configured returns an error.
    181248Fixed an issue in which the t0 during a fetch changed significantly with different sample rates.
    194848Fixed an issue in which an internal error was reported when getting the frequency response on a bypass path on the NI PXIe-5601.
    231741Fixed an issue in which the LabVIEW Meta Deployment Framework does not deploy NI-RFSA on 64-bit Windows versions when created on 32-bit Windows version.


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