The RazorMax series of 16-bit RF signal recording systems are complete with integrated receivers, digitizers, computer, storage, and programming-free spectrum analyzer software. These turn-key solutions provide customers with a very powerful and flexible signal recording, while minimizing the risks of self-integrated systems.
GaGe wideband receivers feature up to 3 software selectable IF bandwidths, from 10 MHz to 160 MHz. The RF signal tuning covers 50 MHz to 27 GHz to provide unparalleled real-time signal recording and analysis capability ideally suited for use with the Razor digitizer’s 16-bit resolution and 500 MS/s sample rate.
The 4 channel RazorMax Express models can support 2 receivers in baseband mode (IQ outputs) or 4 receivers in superhet mode (IF outputs). 10 MHz reference inputs and outputs on both the digitizers and receivers provide a single frequency reference for synchronized system performance.
The spectrum analyzer software, SpectraScopeRT, requires no programming and allows for control of receiver center frequency, bandwidth, and signal recordings. SpectraScopeRT features real-time FFT power spectrums (with peak hold and persistence), spectrograms, histograms, and time domain displays while recording, and upon recording playback. SpectraScopeRT also supports dual receiver, double bandwidth operation for both real-time display and gap-free recording. This allows 2 downconverters feeding a single digitizer to display and record parallel side by side bandwidths, effectively doubling the available bandwidth, up to 320 MHz.
The digitizers and receivers have full control and data acquisition support via Mathworks MATLAB, with example programs furnished to facilitate rapid signal processing and modulation analysis program development. Additional SDKs and example programs are provided for C/C# and LabVIEW