High Performance IF-Receiver
40 KHz - 30 MHz
0.03 µVolt sensitivity on a -134dBm noise floor MDS
Very high IP3: +29dBm (High-IP)
2 x 16 Bit ADC MultiChannel and 1 x 24 Bit cascaded
24 kHz Bandwidth
LSB, USB, CW, AM, FM, Stereo DRM BR>Modern flexible User Interface
Audio and IF recording and playback
Integrated Frequency Database
IF/AF Spektrumanalyzer and Oscilloscopes
You won't believe your ears!
The new Bonito shortwave receiver RadioJet 1102S combines innovative design with the advantages of modern computer technology. It has a frequency range of 0,04 MHz to 30 MHz with an excellent sensitivity of .03 µVolts on a noise level of -137 dBm with an extreme resolution of 144 dB at a bandwidth of 24kHz. The Noise floor is extremely low, because there are no active parts between the Antenna and the ADC.
Strictly speaking, this radio is no SDR, although it is exclusively controlled by computer. So far no SDR has defined, controlled, read or computed anything like the RadioJet. Bonito RadioJet is a short wave receiver with a built-in USB Audio device and a 24kHz multi-channel IM jack or to put it simply:
The most obvious application of modern radio technology.
The electronics of this receiver has such a high integration density that it seems to the expert as if some elements are missing which so far have defined a receiver. For example, there is no AGC but three digital output channels with different signal levels. Each of these channels has -15dB ATT and can amplify or attenuate the input from -16 to +45 dB continuously. The complete large signal is scaled in 144 dB and can be read at the same time on a scale of 48 dB via the high resolution DX-channel. This receiver can process an extremely weak signal without another signal being attenuated in its neighborhood. In this way, no strong transmitter can suppress a weaker one or can over modulate the receiver to such a degree that the signal becomes unintelligible.
During the development of this receiver special attention was paid to an intelligible rendering of the signal so that you cannot only view dB's in the spectroscope but can listen to a normal QSO. The reception reports of the Bonito RadioJet will convince professionals and shortwave listeners alike.
On the one hand, no completely new technologies were used, but on the other a totally new understanding of electromagnetic processes. In order to create a new receiver generation, the new physical theories of bonitistic geometry were used successfully.
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