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Ni and astronics work together to subvert the traditional aviation defense test system

the new astronics frequency interval counter based on PXI express is the preliminary result of their cooperation, In the future, more traditional VXI instrument systems will be migrated to PXI platform

release - November 4, 2015 - Ni (national instruments, abbreviated as Ni) and astronics test systems (a wholly-owned subsidiary of astronics Corporation) today announced that they have jointly developed PXI based products for the stability domain of defense and aerospace leading products. The leader in the field of test system integration has brought confidence to extruder enterprises. Astronics, the leader of PXI automated test system, has joined forces with Ni to provide industry-class products for the application of military automated test equipment (ATE)

we have been committed to providing our customers with the latest technology. The migration from VXI to PXI helps to retain the investment in TPS and provides a seamless way to upgrade commonly used traditional instruments. Jim mulato, President of astronics test systems, said that the cooperation with Ni, a leading PXI supplier, has greatly improved the long-term sustainability of the DOD Department of defense of the United States, At the same time, the gap between military and commercial products has been reduced

the first result of this cooperation is the astronics frequency interval counter (ftic) based on PXI express, and its prototype is the astronics VXIbus 200 MHz general counter. The instrument is designed to be fully compatible with the existing TPS and can replace the existing VXI based ftic, providing the same functions through the new PXI subsystem. This upgrade is based on the reuse of analog circuits, firmware and driver software used by existing VXI modules. After the launch of the product, customers will be able to purchase astronics ftic based on PXI express, and in the future, they can also obtain more products and support services through Ni global sales channels

as the developer of PXI platform and a long-term Aerospace Defense ate technology supplier, we are very happy to see that PXI can gradually replace astronics test systems VXI technology. Eric starkloff, executive vice president of sales and marketing of Ni, said that this cooperation aims to provide products that can support traditional functions, and we will continue to invest in software designed instruments and synthetic instruments to significantly extend the life of current test programs

both companies showed their technology on AUTOTESTCON in Maryland on November. For more information, please visit and

about astronics Corporation

astronics Corporation is a leading product supplier in the global aerospace, defense, consumer electronics and semiconductor industries. Astronics' products include advanced high-performance power generation and distribution systems, lighting and safety systems, aerospace electronic products, aircraft structures, engineering Jinan testing machine factory, how to adjust the error design of testing machines, system certification and automated testing systems. Astronics test systems, a wholly-owned subsidiary of the company, provides a series of complete products and functions, including integrated test solutions, custom designs, complete turnkey software and hardware systems, commercial off the shelf instruments, test software and engineering solutions for solving the obsolescence of test instruments

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