N.A.T. Releases New Software Defined Radio (SDR) Product Portfolio

N.A.T, a provider of embedded boards and techniques based on open specifications, release new computer software described radio (SDR) items for wireless community builders. The portfolio ranges from personal RF card in the FMC form element (NAT-FMC-SDR4), to turnkey, area-deployable rack-mounted methods (NAT-SDR-FLEX).

The SDR answers can accelerate the enhancement of applications such as huge-band receivers for scanning huge-band transmitters for jamming 4G and 5G community check gear, among the other individuals.

The 5G (3GPP rel.15) bundle permits private wireless community programs. The N.A.T. turnkey units incorporate components and software program necessary to build the purposes with scalability from 8-72 channels.

The main attribute of the SDR portfolio is the NAT-AMC-ZYNQUP-SDR, a modular AMC board that combines Analog Devices ADVR 9009 and a Xilinx Zynq UltraScale+™ FPGA with built-in quad-main ARM® processor.

The board is in a position to be configured with different RF entrance conclude and front panel I/O by selecting N.A.T.’s FMC-boards with the needed features.

The NAT-AMC-ZYNQUP-SDR can be built-in into a technique hosting AMCs, which are also open up expectations-primarily based modules, allowing for for software-unique scaling of RF interfaces.

For each a corporation push release, N.A.T. turnkey systems (NAT-SDR-FLEX) are available in a few possibilities:

  • NAT-SDR-FLEX-S: 1U table-prime or established-top rated-box procedure that incorporates the 8-channel RF entrance-close module and an Intel® Xeon® dependent processing module for base band processing.
  • NAT-SDR-FLEX-M: 19″” 1U rack-mount non-redundant procedure capable of 16-channels out-of-the-box (two RF entrance-ends and Intel® Xeon® centered PrAMC) and expandable up to 32 channels.
  • NAT-SDR-FLEX-L: 19″” 3U rack-mount totally redundant procedure able of 16-channels out-of-the-box (two RF front-ends and Intel® Xeon® based PrAMC) and expandable up to 72 channels, plus choices for precision timing modules and extra sizzling-swap ability ability.

For far more information, pay a visit to www.nateurope.com.

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