Per Vices Corp. has released an upgraded version of its high-performance software-defined radio (SDR) platform Cyan EC (extended channel).
Cyan EC allows up to 64 channels for digital signal processing (DSP) through 16 physical SMA ports. This extension allows Cyan EC users to break the high-bandwidth physical circuit into multiple digital channels, allowing the radio platform to perform multiplexing.
By providing additional digital circuits that are sequentially superimposed in a single physical channel, the computational complexity required to address wide frequency bands is further reduced and allows multiple cores to be processed in a single host system or in multiple host systems simultaneously.
“We are pleased that customers have already used and integrated our platform into their products,” said Victor Volesen, CEO of Per Vices Corp. “The additional processing capability provided by this option allows our customers to improve productivity and deploy more advanced applications using existing computing resources. I believe that Cyan EC is the software-defined radio with the largest number of channels available on the market. “
The Cyan EC product option enables engineers and system integrators to realize the benefits of both high-bandwidth SDRs and the availability of more independent channels to facilitate the complexity of processing large amounts of data by dividing them into separate channels. . This further helps to achieve better dynamic range (SFDR), sensitivity and signal-to-noise ratio (SNR), while continuing to offer a high-performance SDR solution.
Cyan EC is useful for engineers and integrators in various markets, including GNSS / GPS, radar systems, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) receivers and spectrum monitoring, as well as testing and measurement.
Top Canadian defense company
Per Vices Corp. was named one of the best defense companies in Canada for 2021 by Canadian Defense Review, military magazine. New on the list for 2021, Per Vices specializes in software-defined radio (SDR) solutions that are integrated into radar, GNSS / GPS, satellite, aerospace and communications systems.
The company is growing and expanding its operations and product line to meet the stringent and advanced requirements of its customers and their applications.
“It’s an incredible honor to be added to this list,” said Brandon Malatest, chief operating officer, Per Vices Corp. “This shows recognition and support for high-performance manufacturers and companies that offer innovative mass solutions, both in Canada and internationally. We offer the best software-defined radio solutions available on the market and work closely with our customers to solve challenges for mission-critical applications. “
The 100 companies that must have manufacturing, research and development or services in Canada are rated by Canadian Defense Review editorial board and independent advisers. They are ranked by factors such as economic impact on the country, research and development initiatives, innovation, contribution to the country’s security and won contracts. The list is used to represent Canadian technological innovation and the defense industry.