AURIS-R0030
HF SDR receiver 0,5-30 MHz range
Designed for
radio monitoring and
communication intelligence
detection of radio sources
work with FHSS-signals
search, identification,
demodulation of radio signals
spectral analysis in the
operating frequency range
of 0,5-30 MHz
channelization of I/Q samples for
the preselected set of radio
channels carrier frequencies
Key features
replaces the system of 256 (512 optionally) superheterodyne narrowband receivers;
high sensitivity – up to -135 dBm (for a radio channel width of 500 Hz);
high two-tone dynamic range and ultra-low level of phase noises;
scanning speed of the radio frequency spectrum up to 7,5 GHz/s;
high-quality preselector for receiving signals even in conditions of heavy radio load;
available bank of suboctave preselector filters for expansion of dynamic range and work in the conditions of the loaded spectrum;
high selectivity of digital channel filters in the channelizer – suppression of aliases at digital signal processing more than 93 dB;
portable and durable design for work in harsh conditions;
ability to integrate with R&S® CA100/120 or other SDR software using NetSDR protocol.
Specifications
Operating frequency range
0,5-30 MHz
Real-time bandwidth
up to 29,5 MHz
Single frequency dynamic range
over 90 dB
Sensitivity
up to -135 dBm
Radio frequency spectrum scanning speed
up to 7,5 GHz/sec at RBW = 763 Hz
Resolution in the spectral analysis
3 kHz-30 Hz
Number of independent subchannels
256 (512 optionally)
Height in mounting units
2 U
Gallery
Powerful digital signal
processing system
• Spectral analysis with a frequency resolution from 3 kHz to 30 Hz;

• Scanning speed of the radio frequency spectrum up to 7,5 GHz/s at a resolution of 763 Hz for each of the receiving channels;

• Panoramic spectral view in the range of 0,5-30 MHz with a frequency resolution of up to 30 Hz;

• Adaptive channelization of I/Q samples for the preselected set of radio channels carrier frequencies (up to 256/512 channels simul-taneously) with instantaneous bandwidth up to 15 kHz.