Frequency receiver development for the SATCOM signal analyzer
Schone, Carl L.
Ohlson, John E.
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Design, operation, and system integration of the Frequency Receiver portion of the Satellite Communications Signal Analyzer (SSA) are presented. This component of the SSA, which is currently under development by the Naval Postgraduate School, with the sponsorship of the Naval Electronic Systems Command, has an extensive linear dynamic processing range (of the order of 125 dB), measures the carrier frequency of received signals with great accuracy (+/- 1 Hz), and displays the received signal in vector format. Also presented are details on receiver module descriptors and construction details. The Frequency Receiver, as one component of the SSA, will be used to assist in the management of communications traffic via Navy satellites and the performance of some radio frequency interference (RFI) functions
NPS Report NumberNPS62-80-015
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