Software Defined Evaluation Kits

SDR System Evaluation Kits integrate various frequency band software-defined transmitter-receiver systems with a powerful processor module for detecting, tracking, imaging, and measuring of target range and velocity.

Software Defined Evaluation Kits
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Graphical User Interface

The Graphical User Interface (SDR-GUI) gives users access to selecting various options on signal waveforms, operating parameters, filtering types, and data recording.

Graphical User Interface
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Customization

We have the experience to design, test and fabricate light-weight and low-power RF transmitters/receivers, micro controllers, FPGA/DSP processors that are customized to your requirements.

Customization
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About Ancortek

Ancortek Inc. develops light-weight and low-power S-band, C-band, X-band, and K-band software-defined RF modules and FPGA/DSP/GPP processor modules. These modules are used for building short-range, light-weight and low-power software-defined radio-frequency (RF) systems for applications in industry automation, medical diagnosis, public safety and security, and academic research.

Software-defined systems, such as software-defined radio, communication systems, and radar systems, utilize software protocols to substitute hardware components, minimize the use of dedicated hardware, and implement/manage the transmitting and receiving functionality.

The software-defined architecture offers a great deal on system compactness and flexibility. Without modifying hardware, the software-defined system can be adopted in different scenarios and, thus, suitable for multipurpose applications. It can change its operating modes, waveforms, bandwidths, as well as processing functions.

Our software-defined system provides a reusable platform utilizing an RF-module and FPGA processor module architecture to improve system performance and reduce the size of hardware system.

Benefits:

  • Light-weight and low-power
  • Compactness and flexibility
  • Can be easily mounted on a monopod
  • Expandable bandwidth

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