Software Defined Radio by CesiumAstro
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The SDR-1001 from CesiumAstro is a Software-Defined Radio (SDR) that operates from 300 MHz to 6 GHz. It has four 100 MHz receive channels, four 100 MHz transmit channels, and a state-of-the-art customizable FPGA fabric that enables a user-defined communication system. This SDR is field-updatable and has a redundant boot flash with automatic failover. It has onboard telemetry reporting for temperature, power consumption, rail voltages, and error. This radio features a Cesium general-purpose modem that has a selectable data rate of up to 62.5 MSym/s and supports BPSK/QPSK modulation schemes. It also supports DVB-S2X, LTE-grade waveforms, etc. high-order modulations and has forward error correction & burst mode.

The SDR-1001 requires a DC supply from 9 to 13 V. It is available in a compact module that measures 50 x 84 x 13 mm with SpaceWire and UART interfaces and is ideal for military and commercial applications on LEO satellites and airborne platforms and demanding digital signal processing and communications applications.

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Product Details

  • Part Number
  • Manufacturer
  • Description
    Software-Defined Radio from 300 MHz to 6 GHz for LEO Applications

General Parameters

  • Configuration
  • Type
  • Frequency
    300 MHz to 6 GHz
  • Channels
    8 Channels
  • Modulation
  • Data Rate
    62 Mbps
  • Grade
    Space Qualified
  • Voltage
    9 to 13 V
  • Interface
    SpaceWire, UART
  • Waveform
    DVB-S2X, LTE-grade
  • Application
    Military and Commercial applications on LEO satellites and Airborne platforms
  • Dimensions
    50 x 84 x 13 mm
  • Operating Temperature
    -24 to 61 Degree C
  • Weight
    100 g

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