Aeroflex announces 7215 test set for military and software-defined radios

The 7215 Configurable Automated Test Set provides customers with an advanced, synthetic solution capable of complex modulation and frequency hopped tests in a single box

Aeroflex announces 7215 test set for military and software-defined radios

Aeroflex has announced the release of the Aeroflex 7215 Configurable Automated Test Set. The 7215 is a complete radio test system designed for production and depot-level testing of military and software-defined radios (SDR).

The standard 7215 configuration includes a high resolution touch-screen user interface, RF testing up to 2.6GHz, 90MHz of instantaneous bandwidth for both digital signal generation and analysis, and multiple RF and audio instruments in a single package.

 Advanced digital signal analysis tools, such as EVM measurements and even power drop-out tests on frequency hopped waveforms, are optional and are custom developed for each customer’s unique test requirements.

Customers who require automation for RF and non-RF radio tests can also use the 7215 as a smaller, more capable and cost-effective alternative to large rack and stack ATE systems. 

“The 7215 is an ATE system in a single box that provides customers with an advanced, synthetic solution capable of complex modulation and frequency hopped tests – either in a manual or automated mode – for software-defined radios,” said Rob Barden, director of product marketing for Aeroflex.

 “As the capabilities of multi-band, multi-function software-defined radios continue to evolve, customers are asking for a test instrument capable of performing a broad range of complex tests both now and in the future; yet accomplishing this in a simple, cost-effective manner unachieved by traditional ‘rack and stack’ ATE systems. The 7215 is the solution.”

The 7215 features accuracy and specifications comparable to stand-alone instruments. Typical specifications include:

  • DC to 2.6GHz frequency coverage
  • 90MHz instantaneous bandwidth for signal generation and digitization
  • Phase noise of -102 dBc/Hz
  • RF generator level accuracy of +/-1.0 dB
  • -147 dBm DANL spectrum analyzer with 85 dB dynamic range.
Written by Wireless magazine
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