SOLLENTUNA, Sweden – Novator Solutions in Sollentuna, Sweden, is introducing the HUGIN 4000 family of receivers for communications intelligence (COMINT) applications.
HUGIN 4000 is based on software-defined radio technology and builds on a modular hardware and software architecture. It has 12 individual RF and microwave inputs, 960 MHz aggregated bandwidth, and 6144 narrowband digital downconverters.
The COMINT system provides sensitivity of 16 3 dBm/Hz and dynamic range of 112 dB enabling interception of very weak and strong signals. The 12 receiver inputs with 80 MHz bandwidth each can be individually tuned from 2 MHz to 6 GHz.
With 6144 narrowband digital downconverters and 960 MHz aggregated bandwidth, operators can intercept emitters and decide later which interceptions to process and analyze.
HUGIN 4000 receivers have six times more receiver inputs, three times more digital downconverters, 2.5 times more real-time bandwidth, and overall improved performance compared to its predecessor HUGIN 2000.
“The close collaboration with our Partner Rheinmetall Electronics UK was significant to achieve the level of signal quality with 54 effective bits IQ sampling resolution.", says Henrik Ulfhielm, CEO for Novator Solutions.
"This multi-purpose receiver can adapt its functionality from monitoring to scanning receiver mode or from narrowband to wideband data streaming," Ulfhielm says. "Additionally, the phase coherent tuning feature paves the way for beam forming and direction-finding applications."
For more information contact Novator Solutions online at www.novatorsolutions.com.