SDR platform designed for electronic warfare applications
Spectrum Signal Processing introduced this week a software-defined radio platform designed for electronic warfare applications. The SDR-3002 EWRDP is an off-the-shelf platform designed to speed the deployment of systems used for fixed and mobile signal collection and jamming applications.
The platform covers up to 480 MHz of bandwidth over six coherent intermediate frequency input and output channels, is designed for harsh environments and can operate at temperatures up to 50 degrees Celsius (122 degrees Fahrenheit), the company said. A two-channel version for use in laboratories or in smaller scale systems in benign environments also is available.