An "RF to Ethernet" platform that integrates a cross band RF transceiver with a high performance SDR-based signa...
Spectrum's software defined radio (SDR) platform offers allows a single hardware configuration to support multiple waveform applications. The
standard RF front end available with the platform enables crossband operation on frequencies from 350 to 800 MHz (UHF band) and from 4.940 to 4.990 GHz (public frequency band)
Support for cognitive radio functionality allows the radio to sense its RF environment and location, and alter its power, frequency, modulation and other operating parameters to dynamically use the available radio Spectrum
Spectrum has experience in shock and vibe, and can customize the system for semi-rugged requirements such as operation on the back of a vehicle
Spectrum's platform uses standard interfaces that can connect to security subsystems
As a future option, Spectrum can utilize different RF front-ends to enable operation on satellite, cellular, or military communication networks
Spectrum's solution can support Multiple Input/Multiple Output (MIMO) technology for improved performance in urban environments
A mechanism to quickly implement a fully functional multichannel radio on Spectrum's flexComm SDR platforms ...
The core hAs been developed to enAble communicAtion chAnnel dimensions in time, frequency And code for both continuous And burst signAls
Targeted to any of Spectrum's XMC IF transciever modules supporting Xilinx Virtex-4 technology, such as the XMC-3311 or XMC-3321, and can be mounted to any Spectrum carrier board capable of supporting an XMC module
Library of routines for manipulating and formatting packets based on the Spectrum Packet Specification (SPS)
A lower power rugged package that supports the critical modem, link, and network layer Processing functions necessary in a software defined radio
The Lite version reduces the power required per slot by supporting A selective feAture set from Spectrum's SDR-4000 products
Architected to support waveforms requiring low latency deterministic operation to maintain synchronization on a frequency-hopped tactical MILCOM network, accomplished through the use of independent data and control fabrics throughout the SDR-4000 WML architecture, with high-speed data transferred from the XMC-3321 to the PRO-4600 Lite using Spectrum's low power Solano communications technology
Off-the-shelf platform to develop and deploy their complex tactical MILCOM applications ...
Integrates Spectrum's high performance SDR-4000 wireless modem, a DRT4001 RF front-end by Digital Receiver Technology, Inc. (DRT), a GPS receiver and all the software necessary for tactical MILCOM deployments
Spectrum quicComm hardware abstraction layer
A CORBA Object Request Broker (ORB)
An SCA Core FrAmework
The system softwAre exAmple provides receive coverAge from the RF input, through the signAl processing chAin And trAnsmit coverAge from signAl processing to RF output