LANReceiver - Saab Medav Technologies GmbH

LANReceiver - Saab Medav Technologies GmbH
LANReceiver
TUNER LR2 + SOFTWARE
HF DIGITAL TUNER WITH INTEGRATED WIDEBAND
ADC AND DIGITAL IF OUTPUT TO LAN AND USB
LANRECEIVER – TUNER LR2 + SOTWARE
OVERVIEW
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Software Defined Radio (SDR)
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Frequency range:
LR2-D2: 100 kHz - 30 MHz
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IF bandwidth: 8 kHz - 500 kHz
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Low noise figure typical 9 dB
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High Spurious Free Dynamic Range (SFDR) > 85 dB
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High input sensitivity
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High in-band dynamic range
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Direct RF sampling of HF signals
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Output of digital complex baseband data (CBB)
up to 500 kHz bandwidth
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Integrated Digital Down Converter
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Broadband power measurement before A/D
conversion allows exact AGC control
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Deliverable as half 19” table housing
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Two single tuners can be combined to a standard
19” 1 U size housing using the optional rack mount
kit
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Robust design
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Embedded 16 bit ADC and high speed signal
processing core
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Preselector filters to suppress out-band signals
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Low power consumption less than 25W
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Analogue IF output options:
IF1: BW = 3 MHz at 10.7 MHz
IF2: BW = 30 kHz at 455 kHz
Simplified LR2-D2 Block Diagram
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LR2 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS
GENERAL
Analog to Digital Converter
Sampling Rate
66.66 MS/sec
Digital Post Processing
Digital Down Converter
Selectable: 8, 15, 30, 60, 120, 150, 250, 500 kHz
Selectable: 8, 15, 30, 60, 120, 150 kHz
Bandwidth over LAN
Bandwidth over USB
Digital Output via LAN
Complex Baseband
Maximum Data Rate
16 bit signed integer, I and Q samples
approx. 2.5 MByte / sec
Digital Output via USB
Complex Baseband
Maximum Data Rate
16 bit signed integer, I and Q samples
approx. 750 kByte / sec
Operating Temperature
0°C to 50°C
Storage Temperature
-40°C to 70°C
Humidity
Max. 85%, non-condensing
Power Consumption
85-264 Volt AC, 50-60 Hz, 25 Watt
Mechanical Table Housing
Width
Height
Depth
Weight
215 mm
1 RU (Rack Units)
320 mm
1.6 kg
Mechanical 2 Tuners combined with
option LR2-RMK
Width
Height
Depth
Weight
19 inch
1 RU (Rack Units)
322 mm
3.2 kg
Interface
RF Inputs
IF1 and IF2 Output (optional)
LAN
USB
Power Supply
HF1 and HF2, N, Female, 50 Ohm
SMA, Female
RJ45, (100 Base-T)
USB Socket
IEC 320
Standards
MTBF
Compliant to
> 10.000 hrs (MIL-HDBK)
EN 61010-1:2002 / EN 61000-6-2:2002 /
EN 61000-6-3:2002
Frequency Range
100 kHz - 30 MHz
Tuning Resolution
1 Hz
Bandwidth
8 kHz to 500 kHz
Tuning Accuracy
1 Hz
RF Gain
20 dB min.
Max. Attenuation
30 dB
Attenuator Stepsize
10 dB
Gain Control
AGC, MGC
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Input Sensitivity
AM, 6 kHz BW, Mi=0.5, Fm=1.0 kHz
for 10 dB /SNR
-108 dBm
SSB, 2.7 kHz BW, for 10 dB /SNR
-116 dBm
FM, 15 kHz BW,
5 kHz Deviation, Fm=0.4 kHz
for 20 dB /SNR
-103 dBm
Oscillator Phase Noise
HF
@ 1 kHz offset
-120 dBc/Hz typ.
-110 dBc/Hz max
HF
@ 10 kHz offset
-130 dBc/Hz typ.
-110 dBc/Hz max
Maximum Input Power
+14 dBm with input attenuator active
Input IP3
> 35 dBm (0.3 MHz - 30 MHz) - 40 dBm typ.
Input IP2
> 75 dBm - 85 dBm typ.
Noise Figure
9 dB typ.
Image Frequency Rejection
Due to digital complex mixer not applicable
IF Rejection
Due to direct HF sampling technique not applicable
Preselector
11-Band
SFDR (referred to full scale of A/D converter)
> 85 dB
Oscillator Reradiation at antenna input
< -110 dBm
Spurious Response
< -110 dBm (1 – 30 MHz)
HF - 11 BAND PRESELECTOR
Band 0
Preselector bypass
Band 1
0.1 MHz
0.5 MHz
Band 2
0.1 MHz
1.5 MHz
Band 3
1.5 MHz
2.0 MHz
Band 4
2.0 MHz
3.0 MHz
Band 5
3.0 MHz
5.0 MHz
Band 6
5.0 MHz
7.0 MHz
Band 7
7.0 MHz
10.0 MHz
Band 8
10.0 MHz
13.0 MHz
Band 9
13.0 MHz
17.0 MHz
Band 10
17.0 MHz
22.0 MHz
Band 11
22.0 MHz
30.0 MHz
HARDWARE OPTIONS
LR2-IFOut
IF1 and IF2 Output
LR2-RMK
Rack Mount Kit, combines two LR2 Tuners into an standard 19 inch 1 U housing
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CONTROL SOFTWARE
The software is used to control the tuner.
Core features of the software are:
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Controlling the tuner
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Navigating within the signals
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Controlling the analog demodulator
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Managing different tuner and program setups
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Controlling AGC and MGC (automatic and manual gain control)
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Narrowband recording
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Wideband recording and replaying
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Using preselectors
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Visualising signals (spectrum, spectrogram)
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CONTROLLING THE TUNER
The software is used to control the tuner. The tuner outputs
an IF signal. After the connection to the tuner is set up, the
software allows to set the tuner frequency and bandwidth,
and to set the gain manually or automatically.
CONTROLLING THE ANALOG DEMODULATOR
The analog demodulator demodulates analogue
signals contained in the IF signal from the tuner.
To do this, demodulator frequency and bandwidth,
different modulation types, and filters can be
applied.
The AF output of the analog demodulator is audible
over the PC speakers and/or headset.
USING PRESELECTORS
Usage of the LR2 preselectors can be enabled and disabled. The preselectors are used to suppress outband
signals.
VISUALISING AND NAVIGATING WITHIN THE SIGNALS
The program shows the wideband signal graphically as spectrum and spectrogram.
The instruments to navigate in the graphics, as known from common graphic processing applications (moving,
zooming in and out, etc.) can be applied easily.
The program allows for navigation in both time direction and frequency direction, and there are several tools as
buttons and scroll bars for zooming and step wise scanning the signal (step mode).
Additionally, the software allows to set the demodulator center frequency by a special cursor that can be moved
through the spectra.
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MEASURING
The software allows for measurements
within in the signals.
Different types of measurement cursors can
be moved over signal segments, which can
be zoomed in and out. It is easy to find the
difference between peaks and channels or the time distance of bursts or hops.
MANAGING DIFFERENT TUNER AND PROGRAM SETUPS
If the tuner is once set up to receive and demodulate a certain signal, it may be of interest, to document the
settings or to transfer these settings to another computer or to store them for later reuse.
For these cases, the software provides easy-to-use means to save and restore program settings as set-up in
files.
RECORDING
The software allows to record wideband and narrowband signals.
Wideband recording and replaying
While it is received, the wideband signal can be recorded
for further processing and analysis. The stored signal can
be reloaded for visualisation and navigating and
demodulation of contained narrowband signals.
Narrowband recording
The demodulated signal can be recorded while it is
received. The resulting AF file can be played by the
WAVE-file player of the operating system and/or post
processed by other audio processing software.
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Gräfenberger Str. 32-34, 91080 Uttenreuth, Germany
Homburger Platz 3, 98693 Ilmenau, Germany
Phone +49 9131 583-0  Fax: +49 9131 583-11
www.saab.com  www.medav.de
Product sheet – LANReceiver LR2 - w715od.1h2
Saab Medav Technologies GmbH
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