SRS-3000 HF/VHF Wideband Search and Intercept Receiver

Features

  • Compact design with graphical user interface
  • Up to 40MHz wide instantaneous realtime bandwidth
  • Down to 1ms time resolution
  • Down to 1kHz frequency resolution
  • Quasy real-time frequency spectrum by complex FFT algorithms
  • High probability due to wide bandwidth and high-speed scanning
  • Wide-band direction finding processor
  • Flexible compatibility for system integration

Product description

The receiver consists of the usual components of digital fast-scanning intercept receiver:

  • RF front-end,
  • HF/VHF digitizer,
  • Digital filtering and
  • Digital signal processor.

The SRS-3000 is a frequency-agile, lightweight HF/VHF/UHF receiver designed for limited space and high-mobility application for ground and air environment. Its compact size, broad tuning range and high-level remote control functionality make it ideal for multitude of system
application, including commercial frequency management and military EW/SIGINT/COMINT missions. The receiver couples high scan speed, high frequency and time resolution, high dynamic range, and excellent selectivity to provide superior performance over many much other
receivers. It achieves an outstanding in-band input third-order intercept point of +6 dBm, while maintaining a typical noise figure of less than 10 dB. The equipment can be used for high-speed spectrum management missions as a stand alone receiver system or as a building block of highgrade multifunctional integrated systems.

Product description

Our digital receiver concept based on the Software Defined (SDR) technology, which means to digitize the data as earlier in the signal path as possible and do all of the functionality in digital domain. Before the analog to digital conversion the required analog signal processing contains band limiting and preselection, variable amplification and frequency conversion in higher VHF/UHF bands. After the digitization burst memory (FIFO) or digital down-converter (DDC) is used depending on the application which could be a wide-band scanning or narrow-band monitoring reception. Programmable logic (FPGA) is used for on-board data processing and routing before the data is passed to digital signal processing (DSP) algorithm. The whole receiver is handled trough graphical user interface (GUI) which is running on the platform computer. External connections are provided by the platform computer for local and remote control.