Almost all COMINT operations necessitate monitoring of multiple communications nets simultaneously. ARM-3401 is a Digital Monitoring Receiver designed for military and professional applications where high end products are needed. 1U Half Rack form factor and compact size (compared to its specifications and features) make it easy to stack for multiple monitoring channel requirements
With its 20-3000 MHz frequency coverage, ARM-3401 is also a key member of a-SMARD, ASELSAN Surveillance, Monitoring and Radio Direction Finding Family of equipment/products.
Along with the ARM-3401, user interface SW running on PC platform is also provided featuring, band scan, channel scan, panoramic scan, listing operations; capable of driving multiple receivers.
ARM-3401 Monitoring Receiver is command compatible with other a-SMARD equipment allowing easy application SW developments. Ethernet based control interface provides remote operation.
ARM-3401 is suitable for fixed, land mobile, naval, airborne platforms.
Frequency coverage 20-3000 MHz
Tuning speed 1 msec or better
Tuning resolution 100 Hz
Instantaneous IFBW 1 MHz
Programmable IF filters 15 Filters (within 0,2-500 KHz range)
Frequency stability ±1 ppm or better
-107/-105/-109/-116 dBm typical (20-1100 MHz)
18-32VDC/<60W (w/o options)
1U, Half Rack, 50 cm depth
Total weight <5 kg
Operating temp. range -10/+50°C
Storage temp. range -40/+70°C
Wide Frequency coverage
Compatible with a-SMARD family of products; DF Systems WB receivers, recorders, etc.
Online remote controlled operation via 1 Gb Ethernet interface
Band scan, channel scan, frequency/band lock-out, panorama scan features
AM, FM, CW, USB, LSB, ISB, demodulation
Digital data stream IQ output at the selected IF BW
Digital audio output
Two analog line out on the rear panel, headphone jack-out on the front panel
Separate antenna input for HF
10 MHz Reference In/Out
Adjustable BW 10 KHz-1 MHz Panoramic display digital data output
Mechanical accessories for table top operation and single in 19 inch, two side-by-side rack mounting