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Rohde & Schwarz introduces R&S EM200 for spectrum monitoring and direction finding in a compact format

Rohde & Schwarz introduces R&S EM200 for spectrum monitoring and direction finding in a compact format

08/14/2020

Rohde & Schwarz launches a cost-efficient and optimized receiver and direction finder in a compact format: The R&S EM200. It detects, analyzes and demodulates from 8 kHz to 8 GHz and optionally supports direction finding with Rohde & Schwarz compact DF antennas from 20 MHz to 6 GHz. This small form factor allows easy integration and use in just a few steps. The receiver comes with an easy-to-operate and ready-to-use graphical user interface.

Understanding the complexity of today’s spectrum environment and demanding application requirements, the R&S EM200 offers a suite of tools and benefits that help users ensure high-quality, reliable operations.

The R&S EM200 is an ideal I/Q source for continuous wideband data collection, built for remote monitoring with capabilities for remote power cycling, making it the ideal handoff receiver. It is perfect for use in signal interception systems and in combination with Rohde & Schwarz signal analysis software, recorders and most receivers and direction finders. Multiple R&S EM200 operated in a network can form the basis for a high performance radiolocation system.

The R&S EM200 is versatile and excels with outstanding RF performance. Cost-efficiency and minimum size, weight and power (SWaP) have been dedicated design objectives. The receiver can be operated as a single standalone station or integrated into various manned or unmanned platform solutions. Its favorable price/performance ratio makes it an essential and suitable tool for most spectrum monitoring applications as well as communications intelligence (COMINT) and communications electronic support measures (CESM) applications.

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