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Aeroflex releases color touch-screen digital radio test system

22 Aug 2012

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The 3550 Digital Radio Test System features an industry-first color touch-screen and enhanced specifications to provide users with a lightweight, easy to use, and reliable digital radio test system.

Designed by Aeroflex, Inc. for Professional Mobile Radio (PMR), public safety, and other land mobile radio applications, the Aeroflex 3550 test system quickly isolates problems and assesses performance in AM/FM radios, with options for P25, DMR, NXDN and dPMR radio systems.

The 3550 test system is lightweight (8.3 lbs. including battery) for field-testing of analog, DMR, P25, NXDN, and dPMR systems, and features 4.5 hours of continuous operation with its internal battery.

It allows the user to test all aspects of the radio system—the transmitter, receiver, cables, and antennas—with features typically found only in bench top equipment. It also meets MIL-PRF-28800A specifications for humidity, shock, and vibration, with an operating range of -0� C to +50� C.

The 3550 offers a tough, ruggedized package for field service, with the features, accuracy, and RF spectral performance required to test modern radio equipment. Its typical specifications include phase noise of -95 dBc/Hz; RF signal generator level accuracy of ±1.5 dB; FM deviation meter accuracy of 4% and a -140 dBm spectrum analyzer




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