The RX310 from Pixus Technologies is a Software-Defined Radio (SDR) that operates from DC to 6 GHz. It is a ruggedized version of National Instruments (Ettus Research brand) X310 Software Defined Radio with a bandwidth of up to 120 MHz. This SDR has multiple high-speed interface options (PCIe, Dual 1/10 GigE) and a large user-programmable Kintex-7 FPGA. It is suitable for various airborne, shipboard, ground vehicle, or outdoor designs in SIGINT, passive RADAR, drone deterrence/spoofing, and prototyping systems for advanced wireless (Wi-Fi/Cell/MIMO) applications. The SDR meets the IP67 specifications and has an option for conduction-cooled construction that meets the MIL-STD-810 (for shock/vibration) and MIL-STD-461 (for EMI) standards.
The RX310 requires a standard DC supply of 12 V while requiring a DC supply of 24 V for versions that need an internal heater for low-temp applications. It is available in an air-cooled version that is designed for transport-grade ruggedization and can be installed in shock-isolated transit cases or shock-isolated equipment racks hosted in mobile equipment shelters. The air-cooled system provides superior cooling with an efficient front-to-rear airflow path and higher CFM airflow over hotter components in the chassis. This SDR has customizable I/O options, an anti-vandal pushbutton ON/OFF switch, and is available with pole-mount and other mounting options.