Sagax receivers (monitor and collect and search and intercept) are listed by the Journal of Electronic Defence in their latest receiver product survey. It is a great honour for us to appear in this paper among the world’s other top quality products of the industry. JED is one of the most significant journals of industries such as signal intelligence, tactical telecommunications or the most modern technologies of electronic warfare. You can read JED online too from their digital archive. Below you can read the specific descrpition of one of our receiver.
One of our product you can find in JED’s receiver product survey is the SRM-3000. SRM-3000 is a broadband, digitally implemented monitoring receiver. With a frequency preselector it can be used in HF bands as direct digitized receiver. (DDR) The frequency range could be extended using a VHF/UHF receiver front-end tuner with wide-band IF output. The receiver digitizes the incoming signal in its instantaneous (real-time) bandwidth. Its digital receiver channels can be tuned to given frequency in its real-time bandwidth. The data streams of the channels are processed by the digital demodulators, supporting usual number of carrier modulation waveforms and bandwidths of wireless emitters.
The receiver consists of the RF front-end, digitizer and data capturing unit implemented as a computer add-on card using desktop PCI form factor and the associated driver, signal processing and user interface software components. For forming a full-functional monitoring receiver the basic components are installed in a high-grade industrial interface computer.
- Compact design with graphical user interface
- Up to 40MHz wide instantaneous realtime bandwidth
- Real-time IF panorama display by complex FFT algorithm
- High channel selectivity by digital filtering
- Excellent precision and sensitivity
- Raw data IF and demodulator AF recording
- Built-in direction finding processor
- Flexible compatibility for system integration
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