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  • IZT R3000 Receiver FamilyDigital Wideband Receiver
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    The IZT R3000 receiver family such as R3000 and R3200 is particularly suitable for signal search and analysis, spectrum monitoring in line with ITU recommendations and communication intelligence. It allows to analyze and demodulate modern digital wideband signals as well as to track or intercept frequency agile systems over a wide range of bandwidths.

    The exceptional performance of the IZT R3000 receiver family with outstanding receive characteristics and a 24 MHz realtime bandwidth allow for handling of wideband signals while exceeding the performance of traditional narrowband receivers.

    IZT R3000 series

    The “original” IZT R3000 receiver is the most famous model of the IZT R3000 receiver family. It is mainly designed for installations where the system’s components are installed in a 19 inch rack environment. With only 1 RU height multiple receivers can be stacked.

    IZT R3200 series

    The IZT R3200 offers the same performance as the IZT R3000 for applications requiring reduced mechanical depth due to its 2 RU, 19 inch design.

    Key features

    • Frequency range: 9 kHz - 3 GHz (6 GHz / 18 GHz)
    • Real-time bandwidth up to 24 MHz
    • Multichannel operation: up to four independent channels within 24 MHz bandwidth
    • IF Filter bandwidth: 6.25 kHz - 24 MHz
    • 1 Hz tuning resolution
    • Digital IF output to Gigabit LAN
    • LAN data rate up to 115 MByte/sec
    • Output data format: I/Q complex baseband, complex FFT and PSD
    • Optional analog IF output
    • Fully remote controllable
    • External synchronization enables direction-finder systems>
    • TDOA location finding platform
    • ITU-compliant measurements
    • Fast scanning modes
    • Analog demodulation
    • Radio monitoring of broadcast stations
    • ITU-R spectrum monitoring measurements
    • Jammer location finding
    • Emission compliancy testing
    • Spectrum allocation analysis
    • Automatic signal detection
    • Search, intercept and emitter location
    • Direction finding (DF) systems
    • Strategic and tactical reconnaissance systems
    • Threat recognition
    • Offline processing and technical analysis