Digital compact radiomonitoring receiver from 9 kHz to 7.5 GHz.
The R&S®EM100 digital compact receiver has been specifically designed as a cost-efficient mobile radiomonitoring solution. The receiver’s operation via remote control software and its monitoring functionality have been optimized for tasks requiring a handoff receiver in combination with a high-speed search receiver, for example. In addition, it can be used for a variety of other applications.
The R&S®EM100 digital compact receiver has an excellent feature set for monitoring transmissions, detecting in- terference, locating miniature transmitters or even func- tioning as a handoff receiver. In addition, it is extremely compact and consumes very little power. The R&S®EM100 is the optimum solution for systems with tight budgets, combining cost efficiency with technical capabilities that yield the desired results. When combined with analysis software (such as R&S®GX430, for example), it provides users with a compact receiving and analysis system covering a wide frequency range from 9 kHz to 7.5 GHz.
The receiver can be operated with diverse antennas such as broadband omnidirectional antennas and directional antennas.
Despite its compact design, the entry-level R&S®EM100 receiver offers a wide range of functions otherwise avail- able only in equipment in higher price segments. Its favor- able price/performance ratio makes it an indispensable instrument for all types of radiomonitoring tasks where space-saving integration and cost efficiency are crucial.
Due to its compact size and low weight, the R&S®EM100 is ideal for use in vehicles, aircraft (as a payload) and unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV).
? Fast panorama scan with up to 1.8 GHz/s across the entire frequency range from 9 kHz to 7.5 GHz
? 10 MHz IF spectrum and demodulation with bandwidths from 150 Hz to 500 kHz
? Spectrum and spectrogram (waterfall) display via the R&S®EM100-Control software
? LAN interface for remote control and data output
? Low power consumption for long-term operation from an
autonomous power source
? Space-saving system integration due to 1?2 19″ width and
one height unit
? Classification and analysis of signals up to 500 kHz
bandwidth (analog and digital modulation) using the
? Low weight (approx. 2.5 kg)
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Benefits and key features:
High receiver sensitivity, high signal resolution
? State-of-the-art digital signal processing for high receiver sensitivity and detection of extremely weak signals without any loss in processing speed
? Significantly superior receiver sensitivity and signal resolution (compared with conventional analog broadband receivers)
Retrieval of information through demodulation and operation as handoff receiver
? Analog-modulated signals demodulated directly in the
receiver; contents audible using headphones
? Digitally modulated signals converted to the baseband by
means of I/Q demodulation and exported via LAN
? Offline analysis of digital signals, e.g. with the
Monitoring receiver and signal analysis in a compact system
? Online LAN transfer from an R&S®EM100 to a PC and
to the R&S®GX430 analysis software, for example, to operate an efficient small system for signal reception and analysis
? Recording of captured data using R&S®GX430; provision of data for documentation, replay or subsequent additional evaluation
Efficient operation via remote control
? Remote control of all receiver functions via LAN interface (SCPI command set in line with IEEE 488.2)
? LAN interface for providing the maximum measured data rate during receiver operation; efficient remote operation in unattended monitoring stations (interface essential, especially for system integrators who need to incorporate the receiver into existing software environments)
Convenient R&S®EM100-Control remote control software
? Short learning curve due to straightforward menu
structure and simple operation
? Parameterization of displayed signals (depending on
task), optimum display on screen
? Remote control of receiver via PC, recording of measured
data on hard disk, and replay of data on PC for analysis
? Expansion of remote control software functionality
through options and add-ons from the R&S®RAMON software suite
Compact design and low power consumption
? Compact size and low weight for effective integration in small systems
? Particularly when installed in vehicles: compact design and low power consumption enable simultaneous operation of multiple R&S®EM100, e.g. as handoff receivers
? Wide frequency range and outstanding performance
? Capable of receiving and processing signals of current
and future radio service
The R&S®EM100-Control remote control software enables convenient and efficient operation
of the receiver from a PC workstation. The R&S®EM100-Control software, which is supplied free of charge with the R&S®EM100, is part of the R&S®RAMON software family. The software offers
a straightforward menu structure and intuitive operation so that training requirements for operating personnel are minimal.
The complete functionality provided by the R&S®EM100 digital compact receiver can be controlled using the R&S®EM100-Control software. The graphical user interface allows operation of the receiver with easy-to-read online signal display as well as signal recording and replay. Op- tional R&S®RAMON software packages are available to significantly expand the range of functions, e.g. handover functions to and from additional receivers or direction finders, task and reporting as well as database functions. R&S®RAMON software components can be used to implement customer-specific radiomonitoring systems – from single, standalone systems to nationwide networked systems.
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