Briefcase Receiver for military, aerospace, and government uses introduced by IMT

MOUNT OLIVE, N.J., 22 July 2014. Integrated Microwave Technologies LLC (IMT) in Mount Olive, N.J., is introducing the Briefcase Receiver (BCRx) for military, aerospace, and government applications.

Briefcase Receiver for military, aerospace, and government uses introduced by IMT
Briefcase Receiver for military, aerospace, and government uses introduced by IMT
MOUNT OLIVE, N.J., 22 July 2014. Integrated Microwave Technologies LLC (IMT) in Mount Olive, N.J., is introducing the Briefcase Receiver (BCRx) for military, aerospace, and government applications.

The BCRx is a COFDM (DVB-T-compliant) diversity receiver/monitor integrated into a ruggedized, portable IP66-rated briefcase that offers RF and microwave performance and durability, combined with ease of operation and reliable H.264 high-profile and MPEG-2 decoding.

BCRx ensures reliable reception of COFDM-modulated microwave transmissions via maximal-ratio combining technology that takes advantage of its integrated dual antennas to identify and switch over to the best signal received.

It also contains an AES decryption circuit and a built-in MPEG-4/MPEG-2 decoder, and can receive either HD or SD video transmissions and display them on a built-in LCD monitor. With its AES 128/256 BCRYPT decryption capabilities, IMT's Briefcase Receiver is ideal for applications ranging from public security monitoring to video tracking.

The rugged unit also is capable of streaming the video to remote computers using its UDP/RTP or RTSP protocols, as it features a 100-megabit-per-second Ethernet LAN interface to enable users to view received video remotely using MPEG-4/MPEG-2 decoder software on a standard personal computer.

There are two LCDs integrated into the BCRx: a 10.1-inch, 16:9-format, high-resolution LCD screen for viewing the received video, and a 5-inch touch-LCD for receiver control. Both displays feature user-configurable brightness controls, allowing nighttime or daylight viewing.

IMT's BCRx also includes 500 gigabytes of built-in, non-removable solid-state storage and field-replaceable battery packs that allow for a minimum of three hours of run time between charges. It can also be plugged into a vehicle's 12-V power outlet or a standalone 120-/240-volt AC power supply for unlimited operational capability.

For more information contact IMT online at www.imt-government.com.

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