Receivers/Transmitters

PRODUCTS AND SERVICES

The Linx HHCP Compact Handheld Transmitter is ideal for general-purpose remote control and command applications. The unit has been pre-certified for FCC Part 15 compliance which reduces costs and time to product introduction. Available in 315, 418 (standard), or 433.92MHz, this compact handheld remote is capable of up to 1,000ft transmission ranges when combined with the LR Series receiver. The transmitter unit can be configured with 1 to 8 buttons and the keypad and labeling can be modified to meet specific customer requirements...

The R&S®EFL240/R&S®EFL340 is a compact, portable TV test receiver for satellite, cable and terrestrial television. Its versatile measurement functions and its operating convenience are ideal for the installation of cable TV systems, satellite receiver systems, in-building distribution systems and antennas. Its favorable price makes the test receiver extremely attractive for these applications.

The Crocodile™ is an ANSI-95 CDMA transmitter that is ideal for simulating a CDMA Base Station with its Pilot I and Q modulated output and assignable PN Offsets

The MA9905 is an X-band receiver protector with an integral noise source. This receiver protector operates at 2.5 kW, and features a compact size for applications requiring less space.

This L-Band RF Analog Fiber Optic Transmitter features a wide bandwidth of 800 MHz to 2250 MHz, a high dynamic range, WDW compatibility, a low noise RF front-end, and more.

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.

The Lizard™ is a portable, battery-powered 1 watt CW (Continuous Wave) stimulus transmitter used for indoor coverage testing. The Lizard™ is ideal for WLAN set-up and evaluating network performance

The R&S®ESR EMI test receiver functions both as a powerful signal and spectrum analyzer for lab applications, and as a tool to measure conducted and radiated disturbances in the 10 Hz to 26 GHz frequency range in compliance with the CISPR 16-1-1 standard. Electromagnetic disturbances are measured at a very high speed with the help of an FFT-based time domain scan.