The R&S®PR100 portable receiver has been specifically designed for radiomonitoring applications in the field. The receiver’s functions and control concept have been optimized for monitoring tasks. In addition, it can be used for a variety of other applications.
The R&S®PR100 operates in a wide frequency range from 9 kHz to 7.5 GHz. Whether used for monitoring emissions, detecting interference or locating miniature transmitters, the receiver always combines high mobility with maximum operating ease. The receiver and the R&S®HE300 active directional antenna together form a compact receiving system. The receiver can also be used in conjunction with other antennas, e.g. broadband omnidirectional antennas.
Fast panorama scan 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 on 6.5″ color screen
Storage of measurement data to receiver’s built-in SD card
LAN interface for remote control and data output
Ergonomic and rugged design for portable use
Low weight: 3.5 kg including battery
Manual location of emissions with the R&S®HE300 active directional antenna (9 kHz to 7.5 GHz)
Automatic location of emissions with direction finding algorithms (20 MHz to 6 GHz)
Display of digital maps on the R&S®PR100; triangulation based on multiple, manually or automatically determined DF results
Features & Benefits:
Wide frequency range and outstanding performance
Capable of receiving and processing signals of current and future radio services
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 receivers)
Retrieval of information through demodulation
Analog-modulated signals demodulated directly in the receiver; contents audible using headphones or built-in loudspeaker
Digitally modulated signals converted to the baseband using I/Q demodulation and stored in the receiver or exported via LAN
Online and offline analysis of digitally modulated signals, e.g. with the R&S®GX430 software
Detection of pulsed signals and radar emissions
Capture of short-duration pulses, such as radar emissions
Wide IF bandwidth for analysis of short-duration pulses and pulse packets
Monitoring receiver and mobile data memory in a single unit
Collected information written directly to the receiver’s built-in SD card
Offline analysis of data recording during monitoring
Efficient operation via remote control
Full remote control via LAN interface (SCPI commands to IEEE 488.2)
Efficient, remote receiver operation, e.g. in unattended monitoring stations
R&S®PR100-Control remote control software from the R&S®RAMON software family included
Battery operation for mobile use
Low weight: 3.5 kg including battery
Long battery-powered operation: approx. 4 hours
Intuitive and simple operation
Short learning curve due to straightforward menu structure and simple operation
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