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Test and Measurement

VME Based Receiver

January 17, 2011
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MITEQ would like to introduce its’ VME Based Receiver, Model SYS1000N01U. The architecture is a multi-stage superhetrodyne design that will translate an X-band signal with the frequency excursion of 1,000 MHz to an IF center frequency of 70 MHz with an instantaneous bandwidth of 20 MHz. The receiver functionality includes automatic gain control (AGC) attenuator with analog sampling, channel gain balance attenuator, channel phase balance phase shifter, signal injection point, peak detected signals (available via VME interface) and RF signal monitoring points. The receiver is fabricated into a three-slot wide VME module. Control of the receiver components is done using standard VME-64 bus protocol.

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