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Post subject: Manufacturers of RF tuners Posted: Wed Oct 21,
2009 6:06 pm
Joined: Wed Oct 21, 2009 5:43
I am looking for a an RF tuner covering
roughly 10 MHz - 3 GHz with IF centered at 70 MHz snd 40 MHz
instantaneous bandwidth. I can see plenty of chips that can be used
to build a tuner like this but I need
a finished product. Ideally,
I would like to get a tuner card that plugs into a CompactPCI chassis
but a standalone tuner would also be fine.
I have been searching
te internet for a while but I can't find many companies that build these
products. I've come across National Instruments, DRS and Phase Matrix
but I couldn't find a product that meets all the specs. Any other companies
out there in this sort of business?