PSLE-L-200D

Satellite Link Emulator by Polaris (5 more products)

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The PSLE-L-200D from Polaris is a Satellite Link Emulator for geostationary satellites that operates from 950 to 1950 MHz with a bandwidth of up to 200 MHz. It is an ideal solution for satellite modem testing, satellite to earth station RF link testing, spacecraft payload testing and in general testing systems using satellite communications. The device provides an accurate simulation of propagation delay, path loss, and Doppler frequency shift for closed-loop testing of satellites and earth station terminals. The PSLE-L-10D is available in a rack mount unit that measures 19 x 7 x 21 inches.

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Product Details

  • Part Number
    PSLE-L-200D
  • Manufacturer
    Polaris
  • Description
    950 to 1950 MHz Satellite Link Emulator with up to 200 MHz Bandwidth

General Parameters

  • Applications
    Satellite Modem Test, VSAT Test, Satellite Payload Test, UAV Test, Earth Terminal Test, Satellite System Integration Test Beds, Mobile Transceiver Test
  • Attenuation Accuracy
    ±0.5 dB
  • Attenuation Resolutions
    0.5 dB
  • Bands
    L Band
  • Delay Accuracy
    based on 10MHz Reference
  • Delay Resolution
    64 ns
  • Dimension
    19 x 7 x 21 Inches
  • Doppler Shift Range
    -1 to 1 MHz
  • Doppler Shift Resolution
    1 Hz
  • Impedance
    50 Ohms
  • Interface
    RS-232/USB
  • Remote Control
    Yes
  • Spurious
    -40 to -35 dBc
  • Voltage
    90 to 240 V
  • Attenuation
    0 to 40 dB
  • Bandwidth
    36 to 200 MHz
  • Delay Range
    265 ms
  • Frequency
    950 MHz to 1.95 GHz
  • Input Power
    -10 dBm
  • Operating Temperature
    10 to 40 Degree C
  • Output Power
    -10 dBm
  • Return Loss
    -14 dB

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