Network tester for Tx/Rx is for RF signals in commercial and military applications

To sense, capture, replay, alter and train RF signals, Viavi Solutions has developed the compact, lightweight, ruggedised T/Rx electromagnetic spectrum system.

The modular hardware and software architecture allows the T/Rx to be configured for different RF environments. It can be used in commercial applications, such as RF environment monitoring and recording, RF generation for network stress and loading, interference detection and analysis, and spectrum deconfliction. For military applications, it can be used for signal and electronic intelligence collection, electronic protection / support / attack and interference detection and analysis. 

It is designed for ease of use and swift deployment in a variety of environments, including air, sea, and land vehicles, backpacks and fixed installations. When coupled with the Viavi Ranger test system for live analysis or offline forensic RF post-processing, T/Rx allows users to adapt to changing RF environments and create a realistic, dynamic electromagnetic spectrum for any scenario, said Viavi.

Viavi’s director, synthetic and modular, Mark Pickard, operators can use the Viavi T/Rx to understand and control the electromagnetic environment with a standalone system or with distributed emitters and sensors in larger areas of operation”.

The system includes modular multi-channel RF architecture, high speed signal acquisition, processing and storage, real time signal analysis and generation features, flexible signal recording and playback function, SCA 4.1 eCo suite software defined radio core framework environment and an intuitive user interface which is not only easy to use but allows for scenario customisation, said Viavi.

Viavi provides network test, monitoring and assurance products for communications service providers, hyperscalers, equipment manufacturers, enterprises, government and avionics. It specialises in light management technologies for 3D sensing, anti-counterfeiting, consumer electronics, industrial, automotive, government and aerospace applications.

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