Systems/Subsystems

SYSTEMS/SUBSYSTEMS APPLICATION NOTES

  • Introduction to the DER2018 FFT EMI Receiver
    Introduction to the DER2018 FFT EMI Receiver

    Download this application note to learn more about design considerations for FFT EMI receivers, windowing, overlapping windowing, EMI receiver requirements, and more.

  • GPS, Glonass, Galileo Receiver Testing Using A GNSS Signal Simulator
    GPS, Glonass, Galileo Receiver Testing Using A GNSS Signal Simulator

    Testing global navigation satellite system (GNSS) receivers can be done easily, reliably and cost-efficiently by using the R&S®SMBV100A vector signal generator. This GNSS simulator can generate GPS, Glonass and Galileo signals for up to 24 satellites in real time. This application note explains how to perform automated receiver tests using the R&S®SMBV100A. The presented tests include TTFF, sensitivity, and location accuracy measurements, moving receiver and interference tests, and many more.

  • GPS Receiver Testing

    Spectracom’s GPS constellation simulators, models GSG 54, 55, and 56 can easily simulate the leap second event of June 30, 2012. A typical test takes less than 35 minutes to set up and run.

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SYSTEMS/SUBSYSTEMS PRODUCTS

100 MHz Transmitter: JDT-30T1800A

This transmitter has an external reference signal of 100 MHz. It features wide band transmission, a redundant design, and multi-channel signal processing capabilities. The transmitter’s input frequency range runs from 30 MHz to 450 MHz, and its module design allow for convenient maintenance.

Transmit/Receive Module for Phased Array Radar

Transmit/Receive Module for Phased Array Radar

This rugged and liquid cooled transmit/receive module features high reliability, integral digital control and messaging, an integral power supply, low receiver noise figure, an integrated solid-state high-peak power pulsed amplifier, GaN-based power pallets, and more. It’s been designed to operate in an active phased array radar system and operates in the 2.9-3.3 GHz frequency range.

Multichannel Low-Power Transmitter R&S MLx

Multichannel Low-Power Transmitter R&S MLx

The R&S®MLx Multichannel Low-Power Transmitter optimizes DVB-T/DVB-T2 network coverage and integrates up to six transmit channels in one system. A flexible transmitter configuration makes it an ideal transmitter for areas without specific broadcasting infrastructure, or for installation in the smallest of outdoor enclosures. Its 250 mm depth makes it the most compact transmitter on the market today.

Transmitters for Terrestrial Broadcasting

Transmitters for Terrestrial Broadcasting

Rohde and Schwarz’s THU9 and THR9 transmitters are used to improve terrestrial broadcasting efficiency. This page provides an overview of their features and specifications.

Digital Frequency Discriminators/Instantaneous Frequency Measurement Receivers

Digital Frequency Discriminators/Instantaneous Frequency Measurement Receivers

These Digital Frequency Discriminators (DFDs) and Instantaneous Frequency Measurement Receivers (IFMs) are ideal for electronic countermeasures, signal intelligence, radar warning receivers, the capture of signal RF pulse events, and identification of frequency agile radar.

Instrumentation Grade RF and Microwave Subsystems

Instrumentation Grade RF and Microwave Subsystems

SignalCore’s line for RF and microwave instrument-grade subsystems includes downconverters, upconverters, IQ transceiver cores, signal sources, and broadband distribution amplifiers. They can be used in a wide variety of applications, including telecommunications, broadcasting, aerospace, defense, and electronics manufacturing.

Air Cooled Transmitters: TMU9/TMV9

Air Cooled Transmitters: TMU9/TMV9

Rohde & Schwarz’s TMU9 and TMV9 air cooled transmitters feature exceptional efficiency, unique variability, a small footprint, easy handling, and outstanding reliability.

DVB Satellite Receiver: R&S® AVG050

DVB Satellite Receiver: R&S® AVG050

This  system has two compact DVB-S and DVB-S2 satellite demodulators that are able to receive up to two satellite feeds containing transport streams. Encryption decoding is made possible via two CI (common interface) slots which can accommodate several different conditional access modules so that two different encryption methods can be done simultaneously.

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