Fast, 30-45 day delivery and a three-year warranty are making
VertexRSI’s newly updated Single-Band (L, C and Ku-Band) SCR
Synthesized Up/Down Frequency Converters the market leader.
VertexRSI’s new SCR converters are fully backward compatible with
VertexRSI’s legacy UCS(B) and DCS(B) converters and also operate
seamlessly with the Company’s 1:1 through 1:8 STARswitch™ Redundancy
synthesized converters offer:
- Improved performance and
- User-friendly, one-rack unit
- Full Band coverage in L, C and
Ku bands as Standard Product
- Phase Noise performance >10dB
better than the IESS 308/309 standard
- Ease of maintenance and
- Easy to use part numbering
system (features and options well defined)
- Flash Programmable memory allows
for easy field upgrades adding greater flexibility while reducing
potential system downtime.
- Step-size: 125kHz (Optional 1kHz
step size is also available)
- External 5 or 10 MHz reference
input (0 to +10dBm)
- 30dB Attenuation Range
- Network Ethernet Interface
- RS232, 422, 485 M&C Interfaces
are all supported with the same micro-board
- Universal AC input, 90-264 VAC (autoranging)
- CE approved
VertexRSI stands behind the quality and reliability of all its SCR
up/down converters with a standard three-year warranty and the
backing of our ISO9001-2000 certification.
VertexRSI offers products covering the
entire range of standard satellite frequency bands. Please refer
to our standard data sheets for this product line at
For more information regarding the
VertexRSI SCR Series of Synthesized Frequency Up and Down
Converters, contact the VertexRSI Sales Department at 814-238-2700
(State College, Pennsylvania) or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Demonstration units are also available
through the above contact information.
General Dynamics C4 Systems offers a family of satellite and
wireless communications products and services under its VertexRSI,
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