Digital-pulse compression

  • 30-Jun-2008 09:41 EDT


With the launch of the CI BM7xx, Temex unveils its latest solution for digital pulse compression sub-system (DPCSS) with chirp generator and compressor modules at intermediate frequency (IF). This DPCSS with analog I/Os enables upgrades of surface acoustic wave (SAW)-based radars by increasing overall system performance. Intended for applications in the aerospace industry, the CI BM7xx features the latest-generation field-programmable gate arrays for signal processing and the analog input and output for the IF of the SAW. High-speed digital signal processing is designed to address the inherent limitations of SAW analog nature and improve performances of side lobes level. Additional features include: instantaneous dynamic range, accurate angular measurements, programmable parameters, and I/O frequency up to 120 MHz.

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