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Telemus, Inc. has installed a Pentek Talon RTX Rugged IF Recorder for operational use onboard an Unmanned Air Vehicle (UAV) as part of their ALR-510 ELINT/ESM system. They chose this recorder not only for its wide instantaneous bandwidth and environmental performance, but also for its rugged, compact design.
The end user, a military organization within a NATO country, needed both Electronics Intelligence (ELINT) and Electronic Support Measures (ESM) facilities for radar surveillance in its border regions and selected the ALR-510 ELINT/ESM System from Telemus.
This system harnesses Linear Phase Interferometer Direction Finding (DF) technology and an ESM system based on an Instantaneous Frequency Measurement (IFM) receiver and omnidirectional antenna.
The ELINT system incorporates the Pentek Talon RTX series IF Recorder for digitizing and capturing wideband IF analog signals and retrieving them for analysis.
Pentek's New Talon Extreme Rugged Wideband 1/2 ATR Recorder Delivers Reduced SWaP
Pentek Accelerates Real-Time Recording with New Talon Recorder for Quartz RFSoC
Pentek's New Quartz RFSoC PCIe Board is Ideal for Wireless Applications
"If you design or develop systems for signal-intelligence (SIGINT), communications-intelligence (COMINT), or electronicintelligence (ELINT) applications, there have likely been times when you needed to insert some custom IP blocks into an COTS RF/IF signal recording system's processing chain. But doing so typically carries the risk of breaking either the existing IP residing on the system's FPGA or the corresponding recording software. If you need threshold detection, spectral filtering, digital down-conversion, signal classification, demodulation, or other DSP techniques, ArchiTek makes adding those sorts of functions a breeze."
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