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    NI-WLAN Test Toolkit 17.5 Win32/64Eng NI无线局域网测试工具包17.5

    WLAN测试工具包
    WLAN测试工具包为WLAN 802.11a/b/g/j/p/n/af/ah/ac/ax测试应用提供了信号生成和分析功能。
    WLAN测试工具包是一款应用软件,旨在扩展NI RF仪器用于WLAN 802.11信号生成和分析的功能。该软件可以通过误差矢量幅度(EVM)、频谱发射屏蔽(SEM)、发射功率(TXP)等符合标准的物理层测量,对802.11a/b/g/j/p/n/af/ah/ac/ax信号进行分析。WLAN测试工具包具有灵活的配置,可进行减损处理,提供每用户测量结果报告以及MIMO和分集配置,因而可支持多站点信号。借助WLAN测试工具包,您可通过交互式软面板快速轻松地执行和调试测量,创建和回放开放的未锁定波形,并结合更高性能的API加快自动化测试的速度。

    Win32/64Eng
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    文件大小: 1838391176 字节 (1.71 GB)
    修改日期: 2018-03-12 20:05
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    SHA256: 529afe41d8e3e372bded59ba3b93b44c0d7aebb441c435bcf987ebb4d799cc38
    CRC32: c625214c

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    NI WLAN Toolkit 17.5 Readme
    March 2018

    Thank you for using NI WLAN Toolkit. Refer to the following product-specific readme files:
    • NI WLAN Analysis Toolkit Readme
    • NI WLAN Generation Toolkit Readme

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    NI WLAN Analysis Toolkit 17.5 Readme
    March 2018
    This file contains important information about the NI WLAN Analysis Toolkit and is organized into the following sections:
    New Features
    Supported Hardware
    System Requirements
    InstalLED Software, Documentation, and Examples
    Executable
    Documentation
    Accessing VIs and Functions
    Finding Examples
    NI Software Support for Microsoft Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003
    Product Security and Critical Updates
    Toolkit Version Naming Changes
    Uninstalling/Modifying NI WLAN Analysis Toolkit
    Behavior Changes
    Known Issues
    Bug Fixes
    Automating the Installation of NI Products
    Using NI Software with Microsoft Windows 10
    Using NI Software with Microsoft Windows 8.1
    Legal Information

    New FeaturesNI WLAN Analysis Toolkit 17.5 includes the following new features:
    • Support for UL MU-MIMO for 802.11ax
    • Support for 1x HE-LTF in 802.11ax
    • Support for channel frequency response interpolation in 1x/2x HE-LTF for 802.11ax
    • Support for combined signal demodulation for 802.11ax up to 4x4 MIMO SU PPDU
    • Support for full preamble CFO estimation for 802.11ax
    • Added channel frequency response smoothing
    • Estimation and compensation for Rx timing skew impairment
    • Estimation and compensation for Rx IQ mismatch for 802.11ax
    • Support for preamble puncturing in 802.11ax
    NI WLAN Analysis Toolkit 17.0 includes the following new features:
    • Support for IEEE Standard P802.11ax/D1.2
    • Support for all PPDUs of 802.11ax: Single-User (SU), Multi-User (MU), Extended Range SU and Trigger-Based PPDUs
    • Support for all channel bandwidths of 802.11ax: 20 MHz, 40 MHz, 80 MHz, 80+80 MHz and 160 MHz
    • Support for Downlink OFDMA and MU-MIMO for 802.11ax
    • Support for Uplink OFDMA for 802.11ax
    • Support for 8X8 MIMO for 802.11ax
    • Support for MCS 0 to 11 for 802.11ax
    • Support for noise compensation for EVM for the OFDM Demod measurement
    • Support for LabVIEW 2017 (32- and 64-bit)
    NI WLAN Analysis Toolkit 16.0 includes the following new features:
    • Support for LabVIEW 2016
    • Support for 8x8 MIMO for IEEE Standard 802.11ac-2013 in NI WLAN Analysis Soft Front Panel
    • Support for querying power spectrum (dBm/RBW) trace in spectral mask measurement
    • Support for querying single EVM result per stream of an 80+80 MHz, 802.11ac signal in NI WLAN Analysis Soft Front Panel
    • Support for querying single TxP result per channel of an 80+80 MHz, 802.11ac signal in API and NI WLAN Analysis Soft Front Panel
    Supported Hardware
    The following list shows the supported hardware products:
    • NI PXIe-5665
    • NI PXIe-5663
    • NI PXIe-5663E
    • NI PXIe-5644R
    • NI PXIe-5645R
    • NI PXIe-5646R
    • NI PXIe-5668R
    • NI PXIe-5840
    • NI PXIe-5820
    System RequirementsSupported Operating Systems
    NI WLAN Analysis Toolkit 17.5 supports the following operating systems:
    • Windows 10/8.1/7 SP12 (32-bit and 64-bit)
    • Windows Embedded Standard 7 SP12 (32-bit and 64-bit)
    • Windows Server 2012 R21 (64-bit)
    • Windows Server 2008 R2 SP12 (64-bit)
    1 NI software installs VC2015 Runtime and .NET 4.6.2. Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2 require Microsoft updates to support these items. Refer to Microsoft KB2919442 and KB2919355 for more information about how to install these updates.
    2 NI software is signed with a SHA-256 certificate. Windows 7 SP1, Windows Embedded Standard 7 SP1, and Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 require Microsoft updates to support SHA-256. Refer to Microsoft KB3033929 for more information about how to install this security update.
    Note  The NI WLAN Analysis Toolkit 17.5 and later does not support Windows Server non-R2 editions.
    NI recommends that you have the most recent service pack for your operating system installed.
    Minimum Requirements
    • Processor—Pentium IV or equivalent
    • Free hard drive space—1 GB
    • RAM—2 GB
    • Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 or later
    • Supported RF vector signal analyzer with minimum 256 MB of onboard memory
    Recommended System
    • Free hard drive space—2 GB
    • RAM—4 GB
    Required Software
    • NI-RFSA 14.1 or later
    • NI LabVIEW Modulation Toolkit 4.3.4 or later
    • PXI Platform Services 14.0
    Application Development Environments (ADEs)
    Note  You should install ADEs, such as NI LabVIEW, NI LabWindows&#8482;/CVI&#8482; or Microsoft Visual Studio&#174;, before installing NI WLAN Analysis Toolkit. To add support for ADEs installed after installing NI WLAN Analysis Toolkit, modify your NI WLAN Analysis Toolkit installation or launch the NI WLAN Analysis Toolkit installer again.
    • LabVIEW 2014 SP1, 2015 SP1, 2016, or 2017 SP1
    • LabWindows/CVI 8.5.1 or later
    • TestStand 4.2.0 for TestStand sequences
    Installed Software, Documentation, and ExamplesInstalled Software
    • <NIDIR> is an alias for the following National Instruments file folder location:
      • (32-bit OS) Program Files\National Instruments
      • (64-bit OS) Program Files (x86)\National Instruments for 32-bit programs and Program Files\National Instruments for 64-bit programs

    • <NIDocDir> is an alias for the following National Instruments file folder location: Users\Public\Public Documents\National Instruments
    • <LabVIEW> is an alias for the following National Instruments file folder location:
      • Windows 10/Windows 8.1/Windows 7: <NIDIR>\LabVIEW <year>
    • <SYSDIR> is an alias for the following file folder location:
      • (32-bit OS) windows\system32
      • (64-bit OS) windows\SysWow64 for 32-bit programs and windows\system32 for 64-bit programs

    File Locations
    ItemInstalled Location
    WLAN Analysis Soft Front Panel<NIDIR>\WLAN Toolkit\WLAN Analysis Soft Front Panel.exe
    DLL<SYSDIR>
    WLAN Calibration Utility<NIDIR>\WLAN Toolkit\Calibration Utility\WLAN Calibration Utility.exe
    LabVIEW
    VIs<LabVIEW>\vi.lib\RF Toolkits\WLAN\
    Examples<LabVIEW>\examples\RF Toolkits\WLAN\
    LabWindows/CVI
    Header Files<NIDIR>\Shared\CVI\Include
    Static Libraries<NIDIR>\Shared\CVI\bin\msvc
    .lfp/.sub Files<NIDIR>\Shared\CVI\bin
    Examples<NIDocDir>\CVI\samples\WLAN
    C
    Header Files<NIDIR>\Shared\ExternalCompilerSupport\C\include
    Import Library<NIDIR>\Shared\ExternalCompilerSupport\C\lib32\msvc
    Examples<NIDocDir>\WLAN Toolkit\Examples\C\Analysis
    TestStand
    Examples<NIDIR>\WLAN Toolkit\TestStand
    Executable
    Select Start&#187;All Programs&#187;National Instruments&#187;NI WLAN Analysis Toolkit&#187;WLAN Analysis Soft Front Panel to launch the NI WLAN Analysis Toolkit Soft Front Panel.
    Documentation
    Documentation for the NI WLAN Analysis Toolkit is located at Start&#187;All Programs&#187;National Instruments&#187;NI WLAN Analysis Toolkit&#187;WLAN Analysis Toolkit Documentation. The documentation set is composed of the following documents.
    DocumentFormatDescription
    NI WLAN Analysis Toolkit HelpHTML/Windows HelpInformation about NI WLAN Analysis Toolkit. The help is an HTML version of a traditional user manual that includes the following information:
    • An introduction to NI WLAN Analysis Toolkit
    • A complete reference for all NI WLAN Analysis Toolkit programming functions and VIs
    NI WLAN Analysis Toolkit ReadmeHTML (this document)Information about supported hardware and operating systems, new features, fixed issues, and legal notices.
    For the most recent revisions of documentation and for newly released documentation, visit ni.com/manuals.
    Accessing VIs and Functions
    NI WLAN Analysis palette VIs are available from the Functions&#187;RF Communications&#187;WLAN&#187;Analysis palette.
    NI WLAN Analysis functions are available in LabWindows/CVI from the Library menu.
    Finding Examples
    You can also access all the installed NI WLAN Analysis examples for LabVIEW and LabWindows/CVI at Start&#187;All Programs&#187;National Instruments&#187;WLAN Analysis Toolkit&#187;WLAN Analysis Toolkit Examples.
    Examples also are available online that demonstrate integrating NI RF signal generators with NI RF signal analyzers and NI toolkit software including the Modulation Toolkit. Refer to ni.com/examples for these examples and for more information.
    NI WLAN Analysis Toolkit 17.5 Drops Support for Microsoft Windows 7 RTM, Windows Vista, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003
    With this release, NI WLAN Analysis Toolkit 17.5 drops support for Microsoft Windows 7 RTM (with no service pack), Windows Vista, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003. NI WLAN Analysis Toolkit 17.5 and later will not install or run on an unsupported OS. You cannot deploy or distribute applications that use NI WLAN Analysis Toolkit 17.5 to an unsupported OS. Additionally, after installing NI WLAN Analysis Toolkit 17.5, you cannot use any installers built on this computer with any version of LabVIEW, LabWindows&#8482;/CVI&#8482;, NI TestStand&#8482;, or Measurement Studio on an unsupported OS.
    For more information about the changes to our OS support for 2017, refer to KB 79UC78LS, Why Does my LabVIEW, LabWindows/CVI, Measurement Studio, or TestStand Built Installer Fail on Windows XP/Vista and Server 2003?.
    Product Security and Critical Updates
    Visit ni.com/security to view and subscribe to receive security notifications about National Instruments products. Visit ni.com/critical-updates for information about critical updates from National Instruments.
    Toolkit Version Naming Changes
    NI WLAN Analysis Toolkit versions are now aligned with the versions of major NI application software products. This alignment gives you information about the year the toolkit was released and the most recent software version the toolkit was designed to work with. Toolkit versions now start with a two-digit year indicator: <;ProductName><Year-BasedVersion>. For example, NI WLAN Analysis Toolkit 17.0 is the version released with LabVIEW 2017. The last version released under the old numbering scheme is NI WLAN Analysis Toolkit 4.1. The first version released under the new numbering scheme is NI WLAN Analysis Toolkit 14.0.
    Uninstalling/Modifying NI WLAN Analysis Toolkit
    For Windows 7, 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 WLAN Analysis Toolkit 17.5 from the dialog box that appears.
    • Click Remove to uninstall the product; click Modify to change the components that are installed.
    For Windows 10/8.1, complete the following steps:
    • Right-click on the Start screen.
    • Select Control Panel.
    • Select Programs&#187;Programs and Features.
    • Select National Instruments Software.
    • Click the Uninstall button.
    • Select NI WLAN Analysis Toolkit 17.5 from the dialog box that appears.
    • Click Remove to uninstall the product; click Modify to change the components that are installed.
    Behavior Changes
    The following are the behavior changes in NI WLAN Analysis Toolkit 17.5 from NI WLAN Analysis Toolkit 17.0:
    • The default value of the OFDM CFR Interpolation Enabled property, which is applicable for 1x/2x HE-LTF in IEEE 802.11ax, is changed to True.
    • The OFDM Low Pass Filter Enabled property is bypassed for 802.11ac 80 MHz when you set the OFDM oversampling factor to -1 and the waveform IQ rate is equal to the IQ Recommended Sampling Rate (S/s).
    • The OFDM Oversampling Factor property is applicable for 802.11a/g, 802.11j, 802.11p, 802.11n, and 802.11ac standards.
    • The 802.11ac 80 MHz signal will be processed at 120 MS/s irrespective of the incoming IQ rate when the OFDM oversampling factor is -1.
    • The low pass filter coefficient generation is disabled if input IQ rate falls within 1 Hz of the IQ recommended sampling rate (S/s).
    The following are the behavior changes in NI WLAN Analysis Toolkit 17.0 from NI WLAN Analysis Toolkit 16.0:
    • The default value of the LO Sharing Enabled property is changed to False.
    • The default value of the OFDM Common Clock Source Enabled property has been changed to True.
    • The NI-RFSA Downconverter Loop Bandwidth property is set to Narrow for NI 5646R.
    The following are the behavior changes in NI WLAN Analysis Toolkit 14.5 from NI WLAN Analysis Toolkit 14.0:
    • AMPM properties are obsolete in toolkit version 14.5.
    Known Issues
    You can access the software and documentation known issues list online. Refer to the NI WLAN Analysis Toolkit 17.5 Known Issues List at ni.com for an up-to-date list of known issues in NI WLAN Analysis Toolkit 17.5.
    Bug Fixes
    The following items are changes in WLAN Toolkit 17.5 from WLAN Toolkit 17.0.1.
    Bug IDFixed Issue
    681254Fixed an issue where the niWLANA RFSA Measure VI calls the niTClk Synchronize TClk VI, when TClk synchronization is enabled for multiple NI PXIe-5840 devices.
    676629Fixed an issue where channel estimate was not corrected for amplitude distortion when the OFDM Amplitude Tracking Enabled property was set to True.
    680970Fixed an issue where the result of the OFDM Detected PSDU Length result was incorrect for 802.11ax MU signals when dual carrier modulation (DCM) was enabled only for a few or all users.
    661309Fixed an issue where errors in the estimated sample clock offset were high for 802.11ax 40 MHz signals when the OFDM Common Clock Source Enabled property was set to False and IQ impairments compensation is enabled.
    660725Fixed an issue where errors in quadrature skew estimates were high in the presence of timing skew when the IQ mismatch model is Rx .
    561529Fixed an issue where the IQ impairments compensation was failing for 5x5 and 6x6 802.11ac MIMO signals.
    647016Fixed an issue where the preamble, pilots, and data method for CFO estimation was incorrect for trigger-based PPDU in 802.11ax when the OFDM measurement start location was non zero.
    680707Fixed an issue where the EVM reported was incorrect in the presence of ignored symbols when you set the Combined Signal Demodulation Enabled property to True.
    687193Fixed an issue where spectral measurements were incorrect on the NI 5665 with 25 MHz DDC.
    639337Fixed an issue where quadrature skew compensation was incorrect for the MIMO OFDM standards.
    The following items are changes in WLAN Toolkit 17.0.1 from WLAN Toolkit 17.0.
    Bug IDFixed Issue
    652843Fixed an issue where slight degradation in EVMs was observed for SISO signals when you set the OFDM Channel Estimation Method property to Preamble and Data for less than 20 symbols. This is in comparison with previous versions of the toolkit.
    The following items are changes in WLAN Toolkit 17.0 from WLAN Toolkit 16.0.
    Bug IDFixed Issue
    632242Fixed an issue where there was a small error (<0.1 dB) in computation of Channel EVM on 802.11ac and 802.11n MIMO signals.
    616590Fixed an issue where incorrect generator matrices were used for LPDC encoding for the following cases for 802.11n and 802.11ac standards:
    • LDPC codeword block length of 648 bits with coding rate of 1/2 or 5/6
    • LDPC codeword block length of 1296 bits with coding rate of 2/3 or 5/6
    635715Fixed an issue where in a 64-bit process, changing center frequency caused transmit spectrum mask test to give incorrect results.
    578886Fixed an issue in the transmit spectrum mask margin vector results of 802.11ac 80+80 MHz combined spectrum mask, there was no frequency offset at the center of the spectrum when the separation between carrier frequencies of the frequency segments was 160 MHz or 240 MHz.
    654463Fixed an issue where incorrect EVM numbers were reported for lower number of symbols for MIMO signals, when you set the OFDM Channel Estimation Method property to Preamble and Data.
    The following items are changes in WLAN Analysis Toolkit 15.5 from WLAN Analysis Toolkit 15.0.
    Bug IDFixed Issue
    576440Fixed an issue where an error message was not displayed when the Reference Data Constellation input was empty and the Combined Signal Demodulation was enabled.
    576138Fixed an error where the user-defined mask creation was incorrect if the start and end offset values were not equidistant from the center.
    572279Fixed an error where some payload properties were not getting saved in the TDMS file when the PPDU type was MU PPDU.
    572274Fixed an error where the spectral mask violation result was incorrect for 802.11ac, 80+80 MHz signal.
    569961Fixed an error where the power spectrum computation was incorrect when IQ In Port was used, and the IQ In Port Carrier Frequency was non-zero.
    528989Fixed an error where the niWLANA RFSA Auto Range VI retained a higher burst length value even after it encountered a lower sized burst when the VI was called again.
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    NI WLAN Generation Toolkit 17.5 Readme
    March 2018
    This file contains important information about the NI WLAN Generation Toolkit and is organized into the following sections:
    New Features
    Supported Hardware
    System Requirements
    Installed Software, Documentation, and Examples
    Executable
    Documentation
    Accessing VIs and Functions
    Finding Examples
    NI Software Support for Microsoft Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003
    Product Security and Critical Updates
    Toolkit Version Naming Changes
    Uninstalling/Modifying NI WLAN Generation Toolkit
    Behavior Changes
    Known Issues
    Bug Fixes
    Automating the Installation of NI Products
    Using NI Software with Microsoft Windows 10
    Using NI Software with Microsoft Windows 8.1
    Legal Information

    New FeaturesNI WLAN Generation Toolkit 17.5 includes the following new features:
    • Support for UL MU-MIMO for 802.11ax
    • Support for 1x HE-LTF in 802.11ax
    • Support configuration of nominal packet padding for 802.11ax
    • Added trigger frame common parameters in 802.11ax as configurable parameters for trigger-based PPDU generation
    • Support for preamble puncturing in 802.11ax
    NI WLAN Generation Toolkit 17.0 includes the following new features:
    • Support for IEEE Standard P802.11ax/D1.2
    • Support for all PPDUs of 802.11ax: Single-User (SU), Multi-User (MU), Extended Range SU and Trigger-Based PPDUs
    • Support for all channel bandwidths of 802.11ax: 20 MHz, 40 MHz, 80 MHz, 80+80 MHz and 160 MHz
    • Support for Downlink OFDMA and MU-MIMO for 802.11ax
    • Support for Uplink OFDMA for 802.11ax
    • Support for 8X8 MIMO for 802.11ax
    • Support for MCS 0 to 11 for 802.11ax
    • Support for Trigger Frame generation
    • Support for LabVIEW 2017 (32- and 64-bit)
    NI WLAN Generation Toolkit 16.0 includes the following new features:
    • Support for LabVIEW 2016 (32- and 64-bit)
    • Support for 8x8 MIMO for IEEE Standard 802.11ac-2013 in the NI WLAN Generation Soft Front Panel
    Supported Hardware
    The following list shows the supported hardware products:
    • NI PXIe-5673
    • NI PXIe-5673E
    • NI PXIe-5644R
    • NI PXIe-5645R
    • NI PXIe-5646R
    • NI PXIe-5840
    • NI PXIe-5820
    System RequirementsSupported Operating Systems
    NI WLAN Generation Toolkit 17.5 supports the following operating systems:
    • Windows 10/8.11/7 SP12 (32-bit and 64-bit)
    • Windows Embedded Standard 7 SP12 (32-bit and 64-bit)
    • Windows Server 2012 R21 (64-bit)
    • Windows Server 2008 R2 SP12 (64-bit)
    1 NI software installs VC2015 Runtime and .NET 4.6.2. Windows 8.1 and Windows Server 2012 R2 require Microsoft updates to support these items. Refer to Microsoft KB2919442 and KB2919355 for more information about how to install these updates.
    2 NI software is signed with a SHA-256 certificate. Windows 7 SP1, Windows Embedded Standard 7 SP1, and Windows Server 2008 R2 SP1 require Microsoft updates to support SHA-256. Refer to Microsoft KB3033929 for more information about how to install this security update.
    Note  The NI WLAN Generation Toolkit 17.5 and later does not support Windows Server non-R2 editions.
    NI recommends that you have the most recent service pack for your operating system installed.
    Minimum Requirements
    • Processor—Pentium IV or equivalent
    • Free hard drive space—1 GB
    • RAM—2 GB
    • Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 or later
    • Supported RF vector signal generator with minimum 256 MB of arbitrary waveform generator onboard memory
    Recommended System
    • Free hard drive space—2 GB
    • RAM—4 GB
    Required Software
    • NI-RFSG 14.0 or later
    • NI LabVIEW Modulation Toolkit 4.3.4 or later
    Application Development Environments (ADEs)
    Note  You should install ADEs, such as NI LabVIEW, NI LabWindows&#8482;/CVI&#8482; or Microsoft Visual Studio&#174;, before installing NI WLAN Generation Toolkit. To add support for ADEs installed after installing NI WLAN Generation Toolkit, modify your NI WLAN Generation Toolkit installation or launch the NI WLAN Generation Toolkit installer again.
    • LabVIEW 2014 SP1, 2015 SP1, 2016, or 2017 SP1
    • LabWindows/CVI 8.5.1 or later
    • TestStand 4.2.0 for TestStand sequences
    Installed Software, Documentation, and ExamplesInstalled Software
    • <NIDIR> is an alias for the following National Instruments file folder location:
      • (32-bit OS) Program Files\National Instruments
      • (64-bit OS) Program Files (x86)\National Instruments for 32-bit programs and Program Files\National Instruments for 64-bit programs

    • <NIDocDir> is an alias for the following National Instruments file folder location: Users\Public\Public Documents\National Instruments
    • <LabVIEW> is an alias for the following National Instruments file folder location:
      • Windows 10/Windows 8.1/Windows 7: <NIDIR>\LabVIEW <year>
    • <SYSDIR> is an alias for the following file folder location:
      • (32-bit OS) windows\system32
      • (64-bit OS) windows\SysWow64 for 32-bit programs and windows\system32 for 64-bit programs

    File Locations
    ItemInstalled Location
    WLAN Generation Soft Front Panel<NIDIR>\WLAN Toolkit\WLAN Generation Soft Front Panel.exe
    DLL<SYSDIR>
    WLAN Calibration Utility<NIDIR>\WLAN Toolkit\Calibration Utility\WLAN Calibration Utility.exe
    LabVIEW
    VIs<LabVIEW>\vi.lib\RF Toolkits\WLAN\
    Examples<LabVIEW>\examples\RF Toolkits\WLAN\
    LabWindows/CVI
    Header Files<NIDIR>\Shared\CVI\Include
    Static Libraries<NIDIR>\Shared\CVI\bin\msvc
    .lfp/.sub Files<NIDIR>\Shared\CVI\bin
    Examples<NIDocDir>\CVI\samples\WLAN
    C
    Header Files<NIDIR>\Shared\ExternalCompilerSupport\C\include
    Import Library<NIDIR>\Shared\ExternalCompilerSupport\C\lib32\msvc
    Examples<NIDocDir>\WLAN Toolkit\Examples\C\Samples\Generation
    TestStand
    Examples<NIDIR>\WLAN Toolkit\TestStand
    Executable
    Select Start&#187;All Programs&#187;National Instruments&#187;NI WLAN Generation Toolkit&#187;WLAN Generation Soft Front Panel to launch the NI WLAN Generation Toolkit Soft Front Panel.
    Documentation
    Documentation for the NI WLAN Generation Toolkit is located at Start&#187;All Programs&#187;National Instruments&#187;NI WLAN Generation Toolkit&#187;WLAN Generation Toolkit Documentation. The documentation set is composed of the following documents.
    DocumentFormatDescription
    NI WLAN Generation Toolkit HelpHTML/Windows HelpInformation about NI WLAN Generation Toolkit. The help file is an HTML version of a traditional user manual that includes the following information:
    • An introduction to NI WLAN Generation Toolkit
    • A complete reference for all NI WLAN Generation Toolkit programming functions and VIs
    NI WLAN Generation Toolkit ReadmeHTML (this document)Information about supported hardware and operating systems, new features, fixed issues, and legal notices.
    For the most recent revisions of documentation and for newly released documentation, visit ni.com/manuals.
    Accessing VIs and Functions
    NI WLAN Generation palette VIs are available from the Functions&#187;RF Communications&#187;WLAN&#187;Generation palette.
    NI WLAN Generation functions are available in LabWindows/CVI from the Library menu.
    Finding Examples
    You can also access all the installed NI WLAN Generation examples for LabVIEW and LabWindows/CVI at Start&#187;All Programs&#187;National Instruments&#187;WLAN Generation Toolkit&#187;WLAN Generation Toolkit Examples.
    Examples also are available online that demonstrate integrating NI RF signal generators with NI RF signal analyzers and NI toolkit software including the Modulation Toolkit. Refer to ni.com/examples for these examples and for more information.
    NI WLAN Generation Toolkit 17.5 Drops Support for Microsoft Windows 7 RTM, Windows Vista, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003
    With this release, NI WLAN Generation Toolkit drops support for Microsoft Windows 7 RTM (with no service pack), Windows Vista, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003. NI WLAN Generation Toolkit 17.5 and later will not install or run on an unsupported OS. You cannot deploy or distribute applications that use NI WLAN Generation Toolkit 17.5 to an unsupported OS. Additionally, after installing NI WLAN Generation Toolkit 17.5, you cannot use any installers built on this computer with any version of LabVIEW, LabWindows&#8482;/CVI&#8482;, NI TestStand&#8482;, or Measurement Studio on an unsupported OS.
    For more information about the changes to our OS support for 2017, refer to KB 79UC78LS, Why Does my LabVIEW, LabWindows/CVI, Measurement Studio, or TestStand Built Installer Fail on Windows XP/Vista and Server 2003?.
    Product Security and Critical Updates
    Visit ni.com/security to view and subscribe to receive security notifications about National Instruments products. Visit ni.com/critical-updates for information about critical updates from National Instruments.
    Toolkit Version Naming Changes
    NI WLAN Generation Toolkit versions are now aligned with the versions of major NI application software products. This alignment gives you information about the year the toolkit was released and the most recent software version the toolkit was designed to work with. Toolkit versions now start with a two-digit year indicator: <;ProductName><Year-BasedVersion>. For example, NI WLAN Generation Toolkit 17.0 is the version released with LabVIEW 2017. The last version released under the old numbering scheme is NI WLAN Generation Toolkit 4.1. The first version released under the new numbering scheme is NI WLAN Generation Toolkit 14.0.
    Uninstalling/Modifying NI WLAN Generation Toolkit
    For Windows 7, 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 WLAN Generation Toolkit 17.5 from the dialog box that appears.
    • Click Remove to uninstall the product; click Modify to change the components that are installed.
    For Windows 10/8.1, complete the following steps:
    • Right-click on the Start button.
    • Select Control Panel.
    • Select Programs&#187;Programs and Features.
    • Select National Instruments Software.
    • Click the Uninstall button.
    • Select NI WLAN Generation Toolkit 17.5 from the dialog box that appears.
    • Click Remove to uninstall the product; click Modify to change the components that are installed.
    Behavior Changes
    The following are the behavior changes in NI WLAN Generation Toolkit 17.5 from NI WLAN Generation Toolkit 17.0:
    • Application of time delay impairment has been changed to be relative among users.
    The following are the behavior changes in NI WLAN Generation Toolkit 17.0 from NI WLAN Generation Toolkit 16.0:
    • The default value of the LO Sharing Enabled property has been changed to False.
    The following are the behavior changes in NI WLAN Generation Toolkit 15.0 from NI WLAN Generation Toolkit 14.5:
    • RF blanking marker positions are written per waveform basis in TDMS.
    Known Issues
    You can access the software and documentation known issues list online. Refer to the NI WLAN Generation Toolkit 17.5 Known Issues List at ni.com for an up-to-date list of known issues in NI WLAN Generation Toolkit 17.5.
    Bug Fixes
    The following items are changes in WLAN Toolkit 17.5 from WLAN Toolkit 17.0.1.
    Bug IDFixed Issue
    687075Fixed an issue where incorrect MAC padding was applied to 802.11ax when the LDPC extra symbol segment was equal to 1.
    648844Fixed an issue where the multi-user generation of trigger-based PPDU was incorrect when the number of space time streams was different across users.
    688689Fixed an issue where the waveform generated for IEEE 802.11ax was incorrect when you set the STBC All Streams Enabled property set to True and Guard Interval Type property to 1/8 or 1/16.
    The following items are changes in WLAN Toolkit 17.0.1 from WLAN Toolkit 17.0.
    Bug IDFixed Issue
    653492Fixed an issue where relative power application is incorrect for users in Trigger-based PPDU.
    647010Fixed an issue where AID12 value was incorrectly configured in the generated trigger frame.
    The following items are changes in WLAN Toolkit 17.0 from WLAN Toolkit 16.0.
    Bug IDFixed Issue
    616590Fixed an issue where incorrect generator matrices were used for LPDC encoding for the following cases for 802.11n and 802.11ac standards:
    • LDPC codeword block length of 648 bits with coding rate of 1/2 or 5/6
    • LDPC codeword block length of 1296 bits with coding rate of 2/3 or 5/6
    The following items are changes in WLAN Toolkit 15.5 from WLAN Toolkit 15.0.
    Bug IDFixed Issue
    575479Fixed an issue where the value of the MU Coding bit was incorrect when the corresponding MU NSTS field value was 0 in the VHT-SIG-A field of the 802.11ac signal.
    549495Fixed an issue where there was a spelling error in the name of the niWLANG RFSG Create and Download Waveforms (Multiple Channel) VI.
    Automating the Installation of NI Products
    You can automate the installation of most NI products using command-line arguments to suppress some or all of the installer user interface and dialog boxes. However, starting with the August 2012 releases (products using NI Installers version 3.1 or later), you may need to perform additional steps before or during a silent installation of NI software.
    If the NI product you are installing uses Microsoft .NET 4.0, the .NET installer may run before any NI software installs and may require a reboot before the installation of NI software begins. To avoid a .NET reboot, install .NET 4.0 separately before you install NI software.
    For more information about automating the installation of NI products, refer to the following KnowledgeBase articles:
    • For more information about silent installations of individual NI products, refer to KB 4CJDP38M, Automating the Installation of a Single Installer.
    • For more information about silent installations of NI products in a suite, such as NI Developer Suite, refer to KB 4GGGDQH0, How Do I Automate the Installation of a Suited Installer?.
    • To determine what version of NI Installers your product contains, refer to KB 4CJDR18M, How Can I Determine the Type and Version of My National Instruments Installer?.
    Using NI Software with Microsoft Windows 10
    Microsoft Windows 10 is the latest version of the Windows operating system and features significant changes compared to previous versions. Windows 10 introduces several new capabilities and also combines features from both Windows 7 and Windows 8. For more information about NI support for Windows 10, visit ni.com/windows10.
    How to Use NI Software with Microsoft Windows 8.1
    When you install National Instruments software on Microsoft Windows 8.1, you will notice a few additional tiles in the Apps view, including shortcuts to NI application software products such as NI LabVIEW, Measurement & Automation Explorer (NI MAX), and NI Launcher. For more information about NI support for Windows 8.1, visit ni.com/windows8.

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