TORONTO, Sept. 18, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Per Vices, a revolutionary hardware and solution provider, is pleased to announce the robust wideband RF front end and powerful digital back end of Crimson, the company's latest Software Defined Radio.
Crimson features a high stability internal reference clock with stability of ± 5ppb. "The successful incorporation of our ultra-low phase noise and low-jitter performance oscillators in the Per Vices Crimson software defined radio means that the Crimson software defined radio is capable of supporting the most demanding radio applications," said Anthony Mastropole, president of Crystek Corporation. Crimson's accuracy and stability rival specifications found in other test equipment in a single device featuring lower cost and greater flexibility. Crimson can perform the duties of a 100 KHz To 6 GHz radio receiver/transmitter, spectrum analyzer, data recorder, and internet communications hub. Crimson is equipped with four independent receivers and transmitters, allowing it to perform multiple duties simultaneously. Its functions are software defined and can be controlled and reconfigured in real time from anywhere in the world.
Per Vices Corporation is headquartered in Toronto, Ontario and develops products which are used by telecommunication providers, networking and wireless equipment OEMs, academic and research facilities, semiconductor manufacturers, information security analysts, defence and public safety providers, and enthusiasts.
For more information about Per Vices' Crimson product, please contact Per Vices or visit: www.pervices.com
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