RF Engines delivers signal system and wins follow-on

November 2006
Electronics Weekly;11/29/2006, Issue 2267, p10
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The article reports that RF Engines Ltd. has won a follow-on contract with the French Atomic Energy Commission (CEA) Laboratories in Paris, France after delivering an advanced signal analysis system. The hardware and firmware-based system consists of a flexible digital receiver architecture which is capable of detecting signals with a range of different modulation schemes and durations. CEA will use the system to investigate complex signals from across a 25MHz bandwidth in real-time.


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