Signal processor is capable of generating more than 2 million PDWs per second.
Compact IFM Receiver receives radar signals across 2 GHz to 18 GHz spectrum and instantly generates Pulse Description Words including Frequency, Amplitude, Pulse Width, Time of Arrival, PRI etc. data to be transmitted over Gigabit Ethernet Interface. There is also LVDS interface for critical settings and telemetry data. Available as single or dual channel.
Ultra compact designs incorporate DFD and SDLVA blocks as well as signal processor board which generates PDWs in nano seconds. Signal processor is capable of generating more than 2 million PDWs per second. User may define digital filters to get rid of undesired ones. Systems can be enhanced with switch multiplexer filters for eliminating undesired signals.
These systems can also be stacked to be used in multi channel applications for DF capability.
TUALCOM has ongoing projects utilizing superheterodyne receivers for a broader frequency range and DRFM based solutions for various applications such as radar simulators, ECM, COMINT systems etc.
|Dimensions (cm)||15 x 12.7 x 2.6|
|EMI / EMC||MIL-STD-461F Compatible|
|Frequency Range||2 - 18 GHz|
|Instantaneous Bandwidth||16 GHz|
|Frequency Sensitivity||1 MHz|
|Frequency Precision||≤ 3 MHz RMS|
|Dynamic Range||65 dB (-55, +10 dB)|
|Min. Pulse Width||100 ns|
|Max. Pulse Width||CW|
|PW Precision||10 ns|
|Operating Voltage & Input Current||400 mA @ 28 V DC|
|Operating Temperature||-40 °C To +80 °C|
Micro-D 15 Pin Female
Micro-D 51 Pin Female
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