SDR (Software Defined Radio)
Spectrum provides the building blocks for your SDR system. From full turn-key radios to reconfigurable systems, Spectrum can develop, deliver and support your specific needs. Our integrated systems include:
- Hardware including analog and I/O modules, processing engines, carrier boards
- Software including Spectrum’s powerful quicComm Software Development Kit that includes:
- Board support package (BSP) for application development
- Hardware abstraction layer to enable application portability and reuse
- API library for FPGAs, GPPs, and DSPs
- Multichannel transciever core application
- Optional Software Communications Architecture (SCA) stack
- Comprehensive hands-on training
Spectrum announced a $500,000 agreement with Motorola, Inc. for the supply of itsflexComm™ SDR-3000 SMRDP for cognitive radio research and development.
Cubic Defense Applications, a subsidiary of Cubic Corporation, purchased the flexComm SDR-3000 software reconfigurable platform for waveform development that will help all branches of the military and several public agencies communicate with one another.
The U.S. Department of Defense Joint Tactical Radio System (JTRS) Joint Program Office (JPO) selected Spectrum’s flexComm SDR-3000 architecture for independent verification and validation of JTRS waveforms.
Spectrum supplied two SDR-3002 IMRDP (International Military Communications Rapid Prototyping and Development Platform) platforms to WTD 81, an agency of the German Federal Office of Defense Technology and Procurement (BWB). BWB is the largest technical authority in Germany and the centralized procurement organization for the German Armed Forces (Bundeswehr). This purchase will enhance the software defined radio capabilities within the Bundeswehr and equip WTD 81 with a high performance hardware platform integrated with the necessary software and waveform development tools to support the Software Communications Architecture (SCA).
Spectrum’s flexComm SDR-3000 software reconfigurable platform will be used in a multi-function satellite communications terminal, an implementation of the Software Communications Architecture (SCA) developed by the Joint Tactical Radio System (JTRS) program in the United States.