The R&S®EM510 HF Digital Wideband Receiver is a modern direct receiver. After the antenna signal has passed through preselection with highpass/lowpass filters, it is fed directly into the A/D converter. This concept offers a variety of advantages:
Extremely high scan speed
No image or IF frequencies (no mixers or local oscillators)
No local oscillator phase noise
Excellently suited for wideband applications
No interference signals from local oscillators or mixers
High linearity and simultaneously low power consumption
High MTBF due to low number of critical components
The R&S®EM510 covers the frequency range from 9 kHz to 32 MHz. A large number of IF bandwidths are available for processing the different signals with optimum signal-to-noise ratio. The use of cutting-edge digital signal processing ensures superlative results.
The receiver features digital IF filters with 30 different bandwidths from 100 Hz to 10 MHz. The filter characteristics are optimized for radiomonitoring tasks, allowing top-quality processing of signals up to 10 MHz bandwidth.
The state-of-the-art R&S®EM510 HF Digital Wideband Receiver is a fully digitized HF receiver and covers the frequency range from 9 kHz to 32 MHz.
Excellent RF characteristics and a wide dynamic range combined with powerful digital signal processing are the basis for optimal system solutions.
I/Q data up to 10 MHz bandwidth
Demodulation up to 10 MHz bandwidth
30 IF filters (bandwidths from 100 Hz to 10 MHz)
Panorama scan up to 34 GHz/s or 600 000 channels/s
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