CISPR, EN, ANSI, FCC Test Plan
MIL-461 Standard Software Test and Auto Test Generator
Antenna Mast and Turntable Controller Software
Operators and Users Manual
One Year Warranty and Calibration
DSI-600 receiver is:
Fully Compliant with CISPR 16-1
Fully Compliant with MIL-STD 461E/462D Compatible in the following required test standards:
CISPR 25, Second Edition 2002-08
CISPR 12, Fourth Edition 1997-05
The DSI 600 EMI Test Measurement Receiver System is a step into the
future of fully compliant test capabilities integrated into a powerful
receiver technology coupled with the computational strength of the on
board computer which facilitates high speed data acquisition, an
enhanced spectral display module, and SCPI interoperability interface
all complemented by DSII’s EMIT software.
IF/RF spectrum analysis & time
domain capabilities provide an all-in-one multi-functional resource
rapidly and accurately providing consolidated concise test results and
Frequency Ranges of Operation … to 2, 4, 12.5,
26.5 & 40 GHz Receiver Measurement Accuracy
… state-of-the-art receiver technology, very low NF, 10dB typ.
Sensitivity EMIT Test Suites
… fully compliant to CISPR 16-1,FCC, ANSI, DO-160, EN, MIL-STD 461 Multiple detection modes
… peak, quasi peak, average, RMS Powerful Embedded PC
… P3 processors to handle complex embedded algorithms Display
… integrated 8.5” TFT color screen GUI
… intuitive user-friendly interface Interoperability … standard SCPI compliant operation Test Preparation / Report Generation
… powerful integrated test plan module annotated results files/graphs
for export AC & DC Powered
The DSI-110 integrates either the R-110 or R-110B Receiver with a
sophisticated data acquisition and measurement software package and
off-the-shelf computer hardware to yield a powerful and versatile RF
measurement and reporting system.
The DSI-110 is ideally suited to a wide variety of signal measurement
tasks in either laboratory or field environments, including EMI/EMC
testing, RF instrumentation, spectrum surveillance, and remote signal
R-110 and R-110B receivers cover a wide frequency range (1 kHz to 1
GHz), permitting LF through UHF detection with a single receiver. Both
receivers feature excellent noise figure and dynamic range
characteristics, spur-free operation, and a large number of bandwidths
to facilitate signal capture in the presence of high ambient noise.
The system software operates in the Windows 3.1x environment; it is
exceptionally flexible and easy to learn and use. The software is mature
and is compatible with fixed and removable-cartridge disk drives,
printers, plotters, and other peripherals. Various ancillary software
routines are available which tailor the system to particular
applications, such as frequency management and spectrum surveillance.
The R-110 and R-110B receivers are designed to facilitate expansion, and
both accept plug-in modules to enhance their inherent capabilities. The
R-110B is fully augmented with wide-bandwidths, FM demodulator,
pulse-stretch and slideback, DVM display, and bandwidths in a 1:2:5
sequence. Ancillary units provide panoramic display, frequency extension
to 100 Hz and 18 GHz, and calibration with impulse and comb generators.
R-110-40A Panoramic Display Unit
The R-110-40A Pan Display provides a visual
presentation of the receiver input frequency spectrum.
The unit features a
large, easily viewed screen and an all analog implementation to minimize
R-150 Wide Range Receiver
The R-150 receiver is a light weight, low
power portable receiver with exceptional sensitivity and very low noise.
The R-150 tunes over a frequency range of 100 Hz to 1 GHz and includes
33 bandwidths from 50 Hz to 200 MHz in a modified 1:2:5 sequence.
receiver includes AM and FM Demodulation, Pulse Stretch and Slideback
controls, and an accurate peak-reading DVM to measure video signal level
and provide encoded data via the IEEE-488.2 bus.
The R-150 receiver
will accept additional plug-in modules to enhance capabilities or to tailor
the receiver for particular applications.
The receiver can also be
supplied in a portable configuration that includes collapsible side handles
and a folding stand. Ears are available for rack mounting.
may be used in conjunction with software and a computer system for
automated measurement and monitoring applications.
Spread Spectrum Identification
SSIU-1 Spread Spectrum
Identification/Detection Unit works in conjunction with the R-110B Wide
Range Receiver to detect and characterize a variety of spread spectrum and
digital communication emanations at negative received signal-to-noise
The SSIU-1 utilizes a proprietary analog signal processor to perform
the detection function, and the outputs of the unit may be displayed with
any RF spectrum analyzer.
RG-1000A Raster Generator
Separately controllable vertical and horizontal synchronization
Dual frequency displays
Tuning knob, keypad and vernier control for accurate frequency
Z-axis output channel with gain, offset and invert controls
Precision frequency synthesizers with stable clock to facilitate
capture of signals
Remote operation via IEEE-488 bus
Automated TEMPEST & EMI Test Systems
DSI-1550B TEMPEST Test System
100 Hz to
20 Hz to 40 GHz
Sales Restricted to
NATO Countries Only
The R-1550B TEMPEST
Receiver includes everything you need to operate from a frequency range
of 100 Hz to 2 GHz. With options, the frequency range may be extended as
low as 20 Hz or as high as 40 GHz.
The DSI-1550B TEMPEST
Test Receiver is a PC based automated receiving system that permits
precision measurements, test and analysis associated with surveillance.
TEMPEST or EMI/EMC.
The operation provides the user with manual and automatic receiver
functions, and user friendly software that gives the user straight
forward access to control sophisticated data reduction algorithms and
displays. The standard DSI-1550B
configuration,that Dynamic Sciences offers is an extensive library of
software and hardware accessories that will allow tailoring of a system
to specific applications.
Selectable Tuning Resolutions: Use the arrow
keys below the display to select the tuning digit. The selected
digit blinks. Use the step key to perform manual step tuning. The
step size is determined by the selected digit. The tuning knob also
tunes at the selected digit. Frequency Resolution is 0.1 Hz from 100
Hz to 250 kHz; 1 Hz from 250 kHz to 15 MHz; and 100 Hz from 15
MHz to 2 GHz.
Synthesizer Design: Synthesizer design provides
you with programmable frequency control. Any frequency may be
entered from the keypad with up to seven digit resolution.
AM/FM Detector Switch: It automatically selects
audio source. Gain controls are provided for headphone use.
Auxiliary Video Output: For Z-axis display;
provides a direct connection for video monitoring use.
Z-Axis Output: Provided on the rear panel for
“rastering” of repetitive signals. Automatic remote mode selection
is provided by the host computer.
Low Noise Figure: The nominal noise figure is 6
dB. The noise floor in a 100 Hz bandwidth is -41 dBμV. The noise
floor in a 10 kHz bandwidth is -21 dBμV. There is 80 dB image
rejection over the entire frequency range. The noise floor will
improve by at least 6 dBμV when the R-1550A Receiver is
configured in the DSI-1550B
TEMPEST Test System.
Preselection Filters: There are nine bandpass
filters that may be individually selected during tuning
corresponding with the receiver band and the tuned frequency.
Filter values are 200 MHz Low Pass, 200-350 MHz, 350-550 MHz,
550-750 MHz, 750-1000 MHz, 1100 MHz Low Pass, 1.0 GHz-1.3 GHz, 1.3
GHz-1.6 GHz, and 1.6 GHz-2.0 GHz.
10 Hz to
The DSI-1550B is a PC based
automated receiving system that permits precision measurement, test and
analysis associated with surveillance, TEMPEST or EMI/EMC. Complete manual
and automatic receiver operation is provided, and user friendly software
allows straightforward access to and control of a suite of sophisticated
data reduction algorithms and displays. In addition to the standard DSI-1550
configuration, Dynamic Sciences offers an extensive library of software and
hardware accessories that will allow tailoring of a system to specific
Sales Restricted to
NATO Countries Only
10 Hz to 1 GHz (40 GHz with optional down-converter)