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Shanghai Institute of Micro-Technology and National Instruments Co-leads the R&D of Domestic RF and Microwave Chip Testing Technology
- 2020-07-31-

In Shanghai, my country, the Shanghai Institute of Micro-Technology Industry Research (SITRI), as a collaborative innovation center dedicated to the development and industrialization of semiconductor technology and the Internet of Things, has announced its cooperation withNational InstrumentsThe company (National Instruments, abbreviated as NI) signed a collaboration to jointly establish a "Radio Frequency and Microwave Chip (RFIC/MMIC) Testing Skills Joint Laboratory". After cooperating with NI, which has a deep accumulation of testing skills in this field, it further enhances the Shanghai micro-skills industry. The research and development capabilities of the Institute have led China's RFIC/MMIC testing skills to a global level.

The "RFIC/MMIC Testing Skills Joint Laboratory" jointly established by the two sides will focus on the research and development of RF and microwave chip testing skills, and further promote integrated testing and development in this field, including high performance and high integration in the field of Internet of Things communications Development of radio frequency front-end communication products, planning and development of microwave and millimeter wave car radar front-end chips. Together, the two sides will open up close collaboration in many aspects such as scientific research, technical innovation, and talent training. According to the collaboration agreement, Shanghai Institute of Microskills Industry will be responsible for the construction and management of the joint laboratory.

The Shanghai Institute of Microskills Technology has been actively promoting the reform and innovation of the scientific research system, and through close collaboration with industry leaders, it has further promoted the RFIC/MMIC integrated testing and development work. This collaboration with NI means that Shanghai Institute of Microskills Technology has taken another important step in the field of testing skills. The establishment of the joint laboratory has further established the domestic leading position of the Industrial Technology Research Institute and NI in the field of RF and microwave chip testing skills. The joint laboratory not only has scientific value, but its experimental results have extensive use value in the field of production.

“NI’s achievements in the RFIC/MMIC testing skills are well known,” said Yang Xiao, president of Shanghai Institute of Microskills Technology. “The establishment of a joint laboratory with NI will help further improve the testing skills and development of Shanghai Institute of Microskills Technology. Ability. The two sides work closely in multiple areas to benefit each other and jointly promote the continuous innovation and development of future test skills."

National InstrumentsXiang Xiaofeng, China’s regional sales director, stated: “NI’s RF products and solutions can be used in a series of processes from planning to testing. Shanghai Institute of Micro-Technology provides a full range of RF development and industrialization solutions and IoT ecosystems. System, this collaboration will help NI develop in the Chinese market."

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National InstrumentsIt has been committed to providing a variety of strong and sensitive technical solutions to help engineers and scientists improve their power and speed up innovation to solve the serious engineering challenges facing the world. From medical, car, consumer electronics to particle physics, customers from all walks of life are using NI's integrated software and hardware channels to improve the world of our lives. With its unique concepts and leading skills, NI is committed to promoting the continuous innovation and development of new skills in the field of semiconductor testing in the future. Now it has carried out extensive and in-depth collaboration with many world-renowned laboratories and scientific research institutions, which has had a profound impact on the development of RFIC/MMIC testing skills.