France. 9 May 2022. WORK Microwave, a leading European manufacturer of advanced defence and satellite communications equipment, will demonstrate its latest best-in-class RF technology for defence applications, including radar, SIGINT and COMINT, and advanced GNSS simulation at AOC Europe 2022.
Key highlights at the show will include:
High-End Radar and Other RF Components
WORK Microwave will showcase its Radar Synthesizer at AOC Europe 2022. The company’s fast-hopping synthesizer modules support fixed, mobile, and man-portable radar systems from the D- to X-band. The synthesizer includes a master oscillator with very low phase noise.
In addition, WORK Microwave will demonstrate its Radar Converter for up/down conversion. The dual-conversion, frequency-agile solution supports the IF- to X-band, including the L-band and Ka-band, and offers ultra low phase noise and spurious performance, high gain stability, and optional Tx or Rx Cal modes.
SIGINT and COMINT Devices for Intelligence Gathering
WORK Microwave’s Integrated Wideband Down converter will be on display at AOC Europe 2022. Covering the full spectrum up to 40 GHz, the wideband frequency down converters can be deployed indoors and outdoors or can be integrated as OEM modules for a wide variety of demanding SIGINT and COMINT applications.
WORK Microwave will also bring its Quad-Channel V-Band Block Upconverter to AOC Europe 2022.As one of the industry’s first sitcom solutions to support the full V-band spectrum, the customized outdoor unitsupportsIP67 and Fit, Form and Function (3F).
Additionally, WORK Microwave will demo its Dual-Channel Ka-Band Block Converter Module with an internal reference and integrated output combiner. Beyond the Ka-band, the converter module is available for the C- to Q-band.
Reliable GNSS Simulation Devices
WORK Microwave’s Xidus GNSS Simulator provides high-fidelity, reliable RF signals with automated calibration, making it ideal for validating the performance of GNSS receivers. It offers resilient PNT testing, supporting all GNSS constellations and all frequencies. Advanced scenarios, such as jamming and spoofing and CRPA simulation, can be carried out easily and precisely within laboratories. The simulator also includes APIs and remote command control for flexible system integration and automation of testing.