Third-generation communications intelligence receiver introduced by Elisra

BENE BERAQ, Israel, 14 Feb. 2010. Elisra Electronic Systems Ltd. in Bene Beraq, Israel, is introducing its third-generation TSR-2300 communications intelligence (COMINT) receiver for existing, and emerging communications signals threats.

Posted by John Keller

BENE BERAQ, Israel, 14 Feb. 2010. Elisra Electronic Systems Ltd. in Bene Beraq, Israel, is introducing its third-generation TSR-2300 communications intelligence (COMINT) receiver for existing, and emerging communications signals threats.

The TSR 2300 (Tadiran system receiver) provides capabilities including location, listening in, recording, data dissemination, and jamming support of communications signals, performing COMINT (communications intelligence) and support COMJAM (communications jamming) missions in real time, against military and civilian communications signals threats, company officials say.

The TSR 2300 processes several in-band, diverse signals concurrently and uses high properties of separation, dynamic range, and advanced digital processing. The receiver has 16 listening channels that function simultaneously.

With two VIRTEX 5 and Power PC processors, this receiver enables its users to carry out their own customized arrangements requiring no additional computing sources.

For more information contact Elisra online at www.elisra.com.

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