Collection Receivers

Collection Receivers (or Set-On Receivers) from iRF offer integrated solutions for performing capture, analysis, survey, and collection of wideband digital radio RF signals. Our receivers feature low phase noise, a full complement of signal outputs for processing and monitoring, and high dynamic range along with exceptional performance and reliability. The combination provides a performance to cost ratio that is the best in the industry.

SMR-5550i

Low Cost Microwave Receiver

smr 5550i

The SMR-5550i offers all the necessary features for high data rate PCM/TDM reception while maintaining high pulse fidelity for RADAR interception. The receiver covers a frequency range from 0.5 to 20 GHz which can be extended as high as 40 GHz or as low as 0.1 GHz.

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SMR-5550f

Independent/Dual-Channel Flexible Microwave Receiver

SMR-5550f

The SMR-5550f offers the same high performance as the SMR-5550i but combines two receivers to be field configured either as two independent receivers or a two channel phase coherent subsystem. The combined unit lowers hardware cost while providing greater solution flexibility.

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MCS-1000

Multi-Channel Digital Receiver

MCS-1000

The MCS-1000 offers up to an eight-channel, phase coherent system suitable for very accurate time-of-arrival (TOA) applications. A shared set of common LO sources, combined with a symmetric layout of LO and IF routing from RF components, yields minimal phase drift performance between channels.

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SMR-5800

Extended Tuning Range Microwave Receiver

SMR-5800

The SMR-5800 meets the need for a high performance microwave receiver which covers an extended tuning range from 0.5 to 40 GHz. The SMR-5800 electrical design features the low group delay distortion, low phase noise characteristics and high dynamic range necessary in today’s demanding signal environments.

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DRX-5571

Digital Receiver

DRX-5571

The DRX-5571 combines microwave tuner, demodulator, and radio demultiplexer in a single integrated unit with a tuning range of 0.5 to 20 GHz. The receiver fully processes microwave signals having complex modulation and encoding schemes down to the underlying radio payload.

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