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Cadence to Acquire AWR Corporation from National Instruments

Cadence Design Systems, Inc. and National Instruments Corporation today have entered into a definitive agreement pursuant to which Cadence expects to acquire AWR Corporation, a wholly owned subsidiary of National […]

Power Amplifier (PA) Designers Tackle High Peak-to-Average Power Ratio (PAPR) with Digital Predistortion (DPD)

by David Vye, Director of Technical Marketing, AWR Group, NI Performance targets for 5G New Radio (NR) require the use of cyclic-prefix orthogonal frequency-division multiplexing (CP-OFDM) waveforms, as well as […]

PCB Import Wizard in NI AWR Software Accelerates EM Verification of Complex Board Structures

by AWR Group, NI Today’s RF/mixed-signal printed circuit boards (PCBs) employ complex board structures to support greater functionality for specific applications. Within these densely-populated, multi-layer boards, integration of high-speed data […]

Advances in Integration and Parameterization of EM Simulation within a High-Frequency Circuit Design Flow

by John Dunn, Ph.D. – AWR Group, NI Electromagnetic (EM) simulators are constantly being improved in various ways, however, less obvious to RF engineers yet equally important are the advances […]

Multi-Chip Module Design, Verification and Yield Optimization

by Shane Coffman, Senior Applications Engineer – AWR Group, NI Multi-technology-based module design incorporates different integrated circuit (IC) and printed circuit board (PCB) process technologies implemented with different design tools. […]

A Simulation-Based Flow for Broadband GaN Power Amplifier Design

by National Instruments This application note demonstrates a simulation-based methodology for broadband power amplifier (PA) design using load-line, load-pull, and real-frequency synthesis techniques. The design highlighted in this application note […]

NI-AWR Developing Next-Gen IoT Wireless Devices

Developing next-generation IoT wireless devices and 5G infrastructure is challenging the way users engineer smaller, faster and smarter products. In semiconductor, the push for smaller and more integrated devices is […]