Wireless Instrumented Streaming Platform

  • RF Test & Simulation Systems.

  • Portable instrumented wideband RF data capture, transmit, and analysis.

  • Wireless signal capture, arbitrary signal generation, and frequency translation.

  • R&D and field-based operations.

  • Rapid prototyping platforms for advanced SDR applications.

  • All-COTS hardware platform.

WISP/mini-WISP Features:

  • Portable, remotely controllable

  • Tuning Range: Receive/Transmit 20 MHz - 6 GHz

  • Tuning Resolution: 1 Hz

  • Precision time-controlled arbitrary waveform transmit capability

  • Capture & transmit most modern wireless protocols

  • Simple Graphical User Interface (GUI)

  • Simple Graphical User Interface (GUI)

  • Time-stamped, detailed event log.

  • High-capacity RF signal storage

  • Power calibrated - precision knowledge of received signal level and transmit power

  • Integrated GPS receiver. GPS-disciplined time reference

  • Cost-effective, all-COTS

WISP/mini-WISP Architecture:

  • Wideband software defined radio (SDR) transceivers.

  • Large digitized signal storage.

  • Embedded single-board computers.

  • GPS-disciplined high-stability clocks.

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WISP Architecture

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mini-WISP Architecture (single-channel)

Shown With Optional Power Amplifier

Graphical User Interface:

The intuitive WISP/mini-WISP GUI runs on a laptop computer (laptop included with WISP; offered as option for mini-WISP).  The GUI controls powerful use modes with flexibility to support a wide variety of operational scenarios. Users can manage transmitted and captured signal files and can stream raw data and analyze wireless protocols using signal analysis software. The WISP/mini-WISP GUI can be operated remotely.

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Optional Power Amplifier Modules for mini-WISP:

WISP units include integrated power amplifiers. For mini-WISP units, optional external Power Amplifier Modules are available for applications requiring higher output power. Mini-WISP PA Modules are controlled from the mini-WISP user interface to provide accurate, power-calibrated output levels.  Mini-WISP PA Modules are available in single-channel and dual-channel versions and can be configured for frequency coverage and power.  A popular version provides up to 5 W of power over 500 MHz-4200 MHz and is powered by either AC or DC (9-36 V).

mini-WISP Power Amplifier Module (1-channel)

mini-WISP Power Amplifier Module (2-channel)

Echo Ridge proudly leverages cost effective performance and value offered by Universal Software Radio Peripheral (USRP™) technology in our WISP solutions.

Notice: It is the responsibility of the user to operate this product in compliance with the local, State, and Country laws and regulations in which it is used. This includes possible restrictions on frequency bands for transmission, reception, and transmission power level emissions.

Echo Ridge products incorporate in original or modified form third party software that is generally available under licenses granting recipients broad rights to copy, modify, and distribute such software (“Open Source Software”). Echo Ridge will comply with the license terms of the Open Source Software (OSS) in its products and will provide modified OSS in accordance with the requirements of the license(s) governing the original OSS. Certain OSS licenses require Echo Ridge to make available to customers the source code for modified OSS that is implemented in Echo Ridge product(s) they have purchased.

 

Customers may contact us for information about obtaining source code for their Echo Ridge product.