Software Defined Radio by Pixus Technologies (3 more products)

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The RX410 from Pixus Technologies is a Software-Defined Radio (SDR) with a frequency range from 1 MHz to 7.2 GHz. This is a ruggedized version of National Instruments (NI’s Ettus Research brand) X410 SDR. It is based on the Xilinx Zynq Ultrascale+ ZU28DR RFSoC and delivers dual-channel transceiver speeds of up to 100 GbE. The SDR has options for conduction-cooled construction and an internal heater and fan for extreme temperatures. It requires a DC supply of 12 V and consumes less than 16 A of current. This can be controlled via Ethernet, USB, and GPIO interfaces.

The RX410 is available in a rugged IP67-rated enclosure that measures 302.0 x 107.7 mm and complies with the MIL-810 standard for shock/vibration and the MIL-461 standard for EMI. It is ideal for airborne, shipboard, ground vehicle, or outdoor applications including SIGINT, passive RADAR, drone deterrence/spoofing and prototyping systems for advanced wireless technologies (Wi-Fi/Cell/MIMO).

Product Specifications

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Product Details

  • Part Number
  • Manufacturer
    Pixus Technologies
  • Description
    Rugged, Multi-Channel Software-Defined Radio from 1 MHz to 7.2 GHz

General Parameters

  • Configuration
  • Type
  • Frequency
    1 MHz to 7.2 GHz
  • Channels
    4 Channels
  • Output Power
    23 dBm
  • Grade
  • Voltage
    18 to 36 Vdc
  • Application
    Airborne, Drones, Military, Radar, Airborne, Shipboard, Ground vehicle
  • Operating Temperature
    -10 to 45 Degree C
  • Weight
    27.5 lbs

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