Networked multichannel receiver with 2048 DDCs
Novator Solutions has announced the release of HUGIN 2000 a high dynamic range networked multichannel receiver with two 50, 80 or 200MHz real-time bandwidth per input and 2048 individually configurable DDCs. The Server Client architecture is optimized for real-time performance which continuously processes and streams individual signals in parallel to multiple remote clients for manual & automated surveillance.
The large amount of individually configurable DDCs, also known as digital drop receivers, combined with the robust server-client architecture and analogue demodulation in real-time is ideal for demanding applications such as communication surveillance and spectrum monitoring. Multiple operators can listen to and control a subset of the 2048 channels from different locations. In parallel, surveillance software can send tasking functions to HUGIN 2000 to automatically record and analyze hundreds of channels.
“Moving the server to the receiver itself and process 1024 DDCs in real-time in the server/receiver provides a new level of flexibility for remote operations," said Henrik Ulfhielm, CEO for Novator Solutions.
HUGIN 2000 is available with one or two Receivers with 1024 DDCs each and AM, FM, SSB and CW real-time demodulation or direct I/Q data stream.
Following DDC parameters can be individually configured: Center frequency, sample rate/bandwidth, Gain, filter, demodulation, or I/Q data stream. Each DDC output can be streamed to a specific IP-address for further inline processing.
The two independent receivers are available with 50, 80 or 200MHz real-time bandwidth and can be tuned between 2MHz and 3.6, 14 or 26.5GHz.