RF Transceiver by Mercury Systems (7 more products)

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The RFM3202 from Mercury Systems is a Microwave Transceiver that operates from 2 to 18 GHz. This wideband transceiver can be used for demanding spectrum processing applications. With four high-bandwidth frequency-conversion channels, the new SOSA aligned transceiver can achieve what previously required multiple products, enabling much-needed capabilities for smaller platforms. It can be configured to use two channels for up-conversion and two channels for down-conversion. Each channel has an instantaneous bandwidth of 2 GHz.

To maximize spectral density, this module enables dual-channel coherent operation, utilizing two up-conversion and down-conversion channels for better direction finding. The RFM3202 has an OpenVPX compliant interface. It is available in a compact and ruggedized 3U enclosure and is suitable for use in EW, direction finding, SIGINT and signal measurement applications.

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Product Details

  • Part Number
  • Manufacturer
    Mercury Systems
  • Description
    Rugged SOSA-Aligned Microwave Transceiver from 2 to 18 GHz

General Parameters

  • Type
  • Frequency
    0.3 to 18 GHz
  • Applications
    Electronic Warfare, Military, SIGINT, Signal Measurement
  • Channels
    2 Channels (Up/Down)
  • Data Interface
  • Supply Voltage
    +3.3 V ±2.5% @ 0.8 A, +12 V ±5% @ 9.1A
  • Dimension
    3U OpenVPX, single slot
  • Grade
    Military, commercial
  • Package Type
    Module with Connector
  • Operating Temperature
    -40 to 71 Degree C
  • Weight
    1.75 lb typ. ±0.25 lb
  • Bandwidth
    2 GHz (Instantaneous)
  • Down Converter IF Frequency
    3.4 to 5.4 GHz
  • Down Converter RF Frequency
    2 to 18 GHz
  • IP3
    30 dBm
  • Noise Figure
    15 dB (Down), 20 dB (Up)
  • Up Converter IF Frequency
    3.4 to 5.4 GHz
  • Up Converter RF Frequency
    2 to 18 GHz
  • Note
    Gain: 25 dB, OP1dB: 20 dBm, Dynamic Range: 63 dB, Gain Control Range: 31 dB, 0.5 dB LSB (2 GHz–18 GHz), 1dB LSB (0.3 GHz–2 GHz)

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