- Acquisition of 70MHz , bandwidth ± 20MHz ( in phased manner) .
- Digitize and record the complex data.
- Dynamic range is 70 dB. Recording range is 0dBm to -70dBm.
- Extensive recording duration of four hours at 40MHz bandwidth.
- Analog Replay of the recorded signal at 70MHz IF.
- Digital Replay FFT of the recorded signal displayed on remote controller.
- Output signal level is 0 dBm to -70dBm.
- Transfer the recoded data to any remote PC through LAN.
- Adaptive sample rate selection with bandwidth opted.
- Auto file-name generation with task details and time stamp.
- Text annotation with the recording file.
- Time sync with IRIG-B Time code.
- Over write facility when recording media is filled up.
- Loop back facility.
- Remote controllability.
- Backup facility and Deletion of selected file/files.
Wide Band Digital Recorder performs Recording and Replay of the intercepted signals at 70MHz IF with maximum bandwidth of ±20MHz. Recorded Data is stored in Solid State Disks housed in Rugged Disk Crate. WBDR system is built with 3U VPX COTS modules in 19” Rack mountable chassis. System is controlled though Gigabit Ethernet LAN. Replay feature of WBDR enables analog reconstruction of the recorded signal back to the 70MHz IF. System is made user friendly by providing sophisticated remote controllability.
|2||Size & Weight||19” wide mountable rack & 20 Kg, maximum|
|3||Temperature||0 to + 50°C with Air-cooled enclosure|
|4||Power Input||230 V AC with Built-in power supply converter.|
|2||Number of Channels||One 70 MHz IF channel (With IF In and IF Out)One 10 Gigabit Ethernet for time stamping and indexing|
|3||Channel Bandwidths for record / replay||40, 20,10, 5, 2.5, 1.25 and 0.625 MHz, Selectable|
|4||Filter for selected BW||Optimized (internal) anti-alias filters|
|5||Record Duration||Four hours minimum for 40 MHz signal BW.|
|6||Digital Recording / Replay Technology||Digital conversion recording and replay.|
|7||Data Storage Media||COTS Solid State housed in rugged Disk Crate|
|8||Recording Format||Stored on disk in a continuous I/Q format|
|9||Data Back-up / transfer / archiving||To any remote machine over LAN.|
|10||Input/Output Impedance||50 Ohms|
|11||Input Level||-70 to +0 dBm in 1 dBm steps for full-scale recording|
|12||Output Level||0 dBm into 50 Ohms (from full-scale recording)|
|13||Frequency Response||± 1.5 dB across selected bandwidth|
|14||Spurious free dynamic range||> 60 dBc|
|15||Reference Frequency||Sampling shall be locked to a stable internalreference frequency or to an external source.|
|16||Spurious free dynamic range||> 60 dBc|
|17||Signal Monitoring||Spectrum monitoring of the recording signal shouldbe displayed on the Remote Controller System|
|18||IRIG-B Time code||Separate additional record / playback channel shallbe provided for IRIG-B time code. Automaticsynchronization to external reference is essential|
|19||Remote Control||via 10 / 100 Base-T Ethernet|
|20||Record looping||The recorder to simulate a continuous endless looprecorder. Overwriting of redundant data commencesonce the max. capacity of the disk array hasreached. The recording to completely transparent.|
|21||Reproduce looping||Configure the recorder to play back selected passages of recorded data in an endless loop.|
|22||Software Utility||Windows GUI for remote control and data extraction.|