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  • 1. Introducing Narda

    2. Introducing NRA

    3. Introducing IDA-2

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    1. Willtron Radio Days 2014

    Johann Saustingl

    j.saustingl@willtron.at

    +43 2252 252804-30

    +43 664 2076623

    mailto:j.saustingl@willtron.at

  • 1. Introducing Narda

    Narda is the market leader for

    field strength test & measurement

    equipment and components

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    1. Introducing Narda

  • 1. Introducing Narda

    Narda Test Solutions is part of the

    L-3 Communications Group

    Narda is the market leader for

    field strength test & measurement

    equipment and components

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    1. Introducing Narda

  • 1. Introducing Narda

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    L-3 Communications Established 1997

    75 Business Units worldwide

    Annual sales $13 billion in 2012

    More than 50,000 employees

    Narda Group 10 Divisions

    80 years in business

    2,800 employees

    Core competence in

    Microwave components

    Antennas

    Satellite communications

    Narda Test Solutions 4 facilities

    90 employees

    Specialized in

    Spectrum analyzers

    EMC receivers

    Broadband RF meters

    Remote monitoring stations

    Narda Satellite

    Narda East

    USA Germany Italy China

    Narda West

  • 19 Rack Mount Remote Analyzer

    - Redefining RF Signal Analysis -

    NRA Product Family

  • What is New Solution About ?

    A Family of completely

    new designed rack-mountable

    spectrum analyzers offering

    Frequency bands from 9 kHz to 6 GHz - unrivalled 12 GHz/sec scan

    Best-of-class speed, accuracy, dynamical range and sensitivity

    Fast integration into LANs or control via Internet by help of

    ASCII command set, data-based or picture-based result transfer,

    as well as web browser interface - best-of-class documentation

    RBWs for both, small and wide band services based on FFT

    On-board executable test set-ups for unrivalled speed

    Low power consumption, small footprint silent operation (no fan)!

  • Designed for Spectrum Monitoring

    and Control & Management Systems

    SatCom

    D-SNGs, Teleports, earth stations, naval sites,

    mission-critical V-SAT sites, integrators

    Broadcast

    TV / Radio / digital information services stations,

    studios, network operators (towers), integrators

    Wireless

    Cellular radio (BTS, NodeB, etc.), microphone and

    camera (digital dividend), Air Traffic Control (ATC),

    relay and telematics systems

    Miscellaneous

    ATE, e.g. QA in electronics production

    Science, e.g. radio astronomy

    Educational, e.g. labs. of universities

    (weather, tactical) Radar systems

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  • Family Overview

    NRA-2500

    NRA-3000

    NRA-6000

    SatCom Analyzer

    Broadcast Analyzer

    Wireless Analyzer

  • Small Footprint - Full Performance

    Standard EIA Rack Mount :

    19 / 1 HU ONLY / < 5 kg

    Status LEDs

    analyzer / LAN

    Power Consumption < 25 VA

    No fan No noise, no single point of failure

  • Small Footprint - Full Connectivity

    N Connector

    RF Input

    Power Supply

    100 - 240 VAC

    50/60Hz

    LAN / WAN

    Ethernet

    Power Supply

    9 - 15 VDC*

    USB

    Local PC (now on front)

    *planned

  • Overview Main Test Modes

    Multi Channel Power Spectrum analysis Level Recorder Scope

    Fast Overview

    Channel Power:

    graphical (bar) or

    tabular view

    Signal Details:

    graphical or table view

    Fast overview of

    Signals over Time

    for detailed

    investigations

    (zero span)

    Details of

    Signals over Time

    for Signal analysis

    In Real Time

    Peak Value

    Table

    Broadband value (Programmable Band Integration)

    I/Q Data Recording

    Trigger Events

    (zero span)

    + +

    + +

  • A Look Inside

    Main Board

    Controller

    FFT

    Power Supply

    AC / DC

    RF Module with

    Superheterodyne

    Receiver

  • Three-Stage Hetereodyne Mixer

  • Hybrid Super Heterodyne FFT

    Since FFT based analyzers are only capable of

    considering narrow bands, one technique is to combine

    heterodyne and FFT analysis for consideration of wide and

    narrow spans. This technique allows for faster sweep time

    This method is made possible by first down converting

    (mixing) the signal (super heterodyne), then digitizing the

    intermediary frequency and using FFT techniques to

    acquire the spectrum.

    One benefit of digitizing the intermediary frequency is the

    ability to use digital filters, which have a range of

    advantages over analog filters such as near perfect shape

    factors and improved filter settling time. Also, for

    consideration of narrow spans, the FFT can be used to

    increase sweep time without distorting the displayed

    spectrum.

  • Digital Processing on Main Board

    LO

    X X

    MIN

    AVG

    MAX

    ACT

    FFT (Spectrum & MCP)

    Scope

    I

    Q

    Level (RMS &

    Peak)

    Video Filter

    up to 32 MHz BW

    Demod.

    future option from ADC

  • IQ Data Recording Function

    Sampling Rate identical to selected CBW

    Memory of max. 250,000 data sets: I and Q value plus resp. frequency value

    Maximum observation periods for RBWs of 32 MHz / 200 kHz / 100 Hz are: 7,8125 ms / 1,25 sec / 41,67 minutes, respectively

    Trigger functions of Scope Mode (as in SRM) can be used

    IQ data will be presented individually or combined over time

    When post-processing recorded data every part of content can be extracted from IQ data including contained user information itself (voice, video, FAX, data, telemetry, etc.) many 3rd party software is available for that purpose

    Constellation diagrams are very useful to present QoS or KPI of PSK or QAM modulated signals. In that case Q will be simply presented over I after carrier frequency was synchronized with symbol rate. Thus IQ data will be presented at their ideal sampling times in order to detect deviation or noise => distortion of time/phase or amplitude

    This analysis allows for simple signal classification, e.g. digital modulation, PSK-8 with symbol rate of 19 200 Baud OR analog modulation, FM with peak frequency deviation of 75 kHz

  • Gapless IQ data streaming up to 400 kHz BW

    Separate IQ data channel (TCP or UDP) and control channel (TCP)

    allow for change of parameters on-the-fly

    => e.g. user program is searching for max. signal level by modifying

    MR/Attn and/or Fcent and/or BW !

    - flag bits will indicate potential settling times (BW) if any !

    - time stamps are supporting this function, too

    => change of settings without data stream interruption

    addresses monitoring applications in a very comfortable way

    included in Scope and IQ data option

    soft codecs on controller PC demodulate data stream into baseband

    signal, e.g. for listening to analogue information (.wav)

    => lawful interception of voice/data/video

    => or continous QoS analysis of digital signals, i.e. KPI assessment

    like constellation diagram or EVM or Eb/NO

    New: IQ Data Streaming

  • Scope Remote with IQ Data

  • IQ Data of GSM DL Channel

  • IQ Data of GSM DL Channel

    (Zoom)

  • New mode for spectra with approx. 25 times more data points

    (27 k to > 600 k bins) => high res. trace data

    Alternatively 400 bins are also possible => for fastest testing

    => real-time control systems

    Application offers wideband analysis with multiple windows GUI

    based on a single sweep

    Multiple SA windows can be programmed by user,

    e.g. one per carrier / band can be realized

    N.B.: ITU-T Spectrum Monitoring Handbook asks for 12,5 kHz

    channels and respective analysis and presentation of bins

    => NRA/IDA/SRM offering dF=RBW/2 => e.g. 20 kHz => 2 x bins

    => approx. every 10 kHz one result point !

    600k Resolution SPECTRUM Mode

  • Application of High Res. SA

  • Binary Data Transfer Spectrum

  • Binary Transfer of Scope Data

  • Remote Desktop featuring high-speed

    binary data transfer

  • Advantages of Narda Remote Interface

    Feedback (Handshake) after each and any command (Set & Get)

    Unambigous detection of end of command line: semi colon

    - in SCPI: could be CR/LF or CRLF or ..

    Large result data fields can be read-out by ASCII or binary format

    - up to 6 x 27k spectrum and 2 x 250k Scope test result points

    Easy to read progr