Elcom’s SIR-3200 receiver, covering 20 to 3000 MHz, is designed to deliver the high-level of performance required in today’s most demanding VHF/UHF signal monitoring applications. The RF analog front-end architecture of the SIR 3000 offers exceptional dynamic range and low spurious. High-speed, high-resolution digital signal processing provides fourteen selectable IF bandwidths ranging from 3.2 KHz to 10 MHz. Additional IF bandwidths of 20 MHz and 40 MHz are available as options. Utilizing Elcom’s advanced frequency synthesizer architecture which incorporates a direct digital synthesizer (DDS) within a VCO based PLL frequency synthesizer, the tunable LO of the SIR 3000 features low phase noise with fast tuning speed and small tuning frequency step size.
The Elcom SIR 3200 VHF/UHF receiver can be controlled remotely through the Ethernet interface, or by manual control using the front panel. Numerous advanced digital signal processing features within the SIR-3200 make available many functions which previously required external instrumentation. The SIR 3200’s advanced RF and digital signal processing technology and its extensive system control functions afford the user capability for nearly any VHF/UHF receiver application.
Elcom’s SIR 4000 series of microwave receivers is offered in three ranges of frequency coverage: 0.5 to 18 GHz, 0.5 to 26.5 GHz, and 0.5 to 40 GHz. All models have a tuning resolution of 10 Hz. The SIR 4000 receiver is designed to perform for today’s most demanding microwave signal monitoring applications. With its advanced RF/analog architecture, the SIR 4000 delivers high dynamic range and low spurious. Following the RF/analog frequency converter section in these receivers, a high-speed, high-resolution digital signal processor derives any of eight selectable IF bandwidths ranging from 0.5 MHz to 20 MHz at 70 MHz center frequency. Utilizing Elcom’s advanced frequency synthesizer architecture, which incorporates a direct digital synthesizer (DDS) within a VCO-based PLL synthesizer configuration, the tunable local oscillator (LO) of the SIR 4000 features low phase noise and fast tuning speed while allowing 10 MHz tuning frequency step size.