CYAN EC software-defined radios perform multiplexing for system integrators
Per Vices Corp. has released an enhanced version of its Cyan EC (Extended Channel) high-performance software-defined radio (SDR) platform.
Cyan EC allows up to 64 channels of digital signal processing (DSP) on 16 physical SMA ports. This extension allows Cyan EC users to split the high-bandwidth physical chain into multiple digital channels, allowing multiplexing to be performed by the radio platform.
By providing additional digital strings, which are coherently overlaid on a single physical channel, the computational complexity required to address wide bandwidths is further reduced and enables processing on multiple cores on a single host system or on multiple host systems simultaneously.
“We are excited that customers have already used and integrated our platform into their products,” said Victor Wollesen, CEO of Per Vices Corp. “The additional processing power this option provides allows our customers to improve performance and deploy applications more advanced using resource systems. I believe Cyan EC is the most channel-rich software defined radio available on the market.”
The Cyan EC product option allows system engineers and integrators to reap the benefits of both high-bandwidth SDR and having more independent channels to alleviate the complexity associated with processing a large amount of data by dividing it into separate channels. . This further helps achieve better spurious-free dynamic range (SFDR), sensitivity, and signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) while continuing to deliver a high-performance SDR solution.
Cyan EC benefits engineers and integrators in a variety of markets, including GNSS/GPS, radar systems, magnetic resonance (MRI) receivers and exciters, and spectrum monitoring, as well as test and measurement.
A Top Canadian Defense Company
Per Vices Corp. has been named one of the top defense companies in Canada for 2021 by the Canadian Defense Review, a defense and military magazine. To see also : Global military communications market (since 2020). A new addition to the list for 2021, Per Vices specializes in software-defined radio (SDR) solutions that integrate with radar, GNSS/GPS, satellite, aerospace and communications systems.
The company is growing and expanding its operations and product line to meet the stringent and advanced requirements of its customers and their applications.
“We are incredibly honored to be added to this list,” said Brandon Malatest, COO of Per Vices Corp. “This demonstrates the recognition and support of high-performing manufacturers and companies that bring innovative solutions, both within Canada as internationally. We offer the best commercially available software-defined radio solutions and work closely with our customers to solve mission-critical application challenges.”
The 100 companies, which must have manufacturing, research and development or service operations in Canada, are evaluated by Canadian Defense Review editorial staff and independent assessors. They are ranked based on factors such as economic impact on the country, research and development initiatives, innovation, contribution to the nation’s security, and contract awards. The list is used to showcase Canadian technological innovation and its defense industry.