SDRs for Electronic Warfare

Providing industry leading technology for mission critical systems

Interface systems, custom designs, and full integration support available

Designed to meet the most demanding customer requirements
by offering MIMO, high data rates and bandwidths,
wide band performance, flexible RF operation, and FPGA resources
Reliability and power for critical missions
Per Vices’ SDR platforms offer the highest bandwidth available, wide-band performance, and a custom set of channels for transmission, receive, or a combination of both. These solutions can be optimized for surveillance and spectrum sweeping with detection and analysis features available using our receive capabilities.

The systems can offer a custom number of receive and transmit channels to be implemented for use in electronic countermeasures, guidance, and many other EW applications. We further offer host systems, specifically designed to meet requirements for data storage and processing.

With over 16 GHz instantaneous RF bandwidth per unit operating up to 18GHz and an Intel Stratix 10 SoC FPGA, Per Vices’ SDRs provide the power, reliability, and security you need.

EW Block Diagram - Rx

EW Block Diagram - Tx

Custom Developments

Check out common specification changes through our BYOSDR tool:

Crimson TNG, Chestnut & Cyan can be configured for any system through:

  • Number of radio chains
  • Tuning range
  • Bandwidth
  • SFDR
  • SNR


  • Active (Pulse Doppler) Missile Warning Systems
  • Airborne Chaff Countermeasures
  • Airborne Decoy Dispensers
  • Counter-UAS Systems
  • Direction Finding Systems
  • ELINT Systems
  • ESM Systems


  • High speed data converters
  • Wide band operations between DC and 18 GHz
  • Up to 16 radio chains for full duplex, MIMO operation
  • High sample rate with adjustable RF bandwidth up to 1 GHz per radio chain
  • Many FPGA resources available for DSP
  • On board clock synthesizers and precision timing
  • High data throughput
  • Aggressive channel and spectrum masking
  • Digital beamforming
  • Custom filtering

Crimson TNG

  • 4 Rx and 4 Tx RF channels
  • Over 1200 MHz RF bandwidth in total
  • Operating frequency DC to 6GHz
  • Dual 10 Gbps SFP+ ports
  • Intel Arria V ST FPGA SoC
  • Compact form factor (1U rackmount)


  • 4 Rx and 4 Tx channels
  • 500 MHz RF bandwidth per channel
  • Operating frequency DC to 9 GHz
  • Dual 100 Gbps qSFP+ ports
  • Intel Arria 10 FPGA SoC
  • Compact form factor (2U rackmount)


  • Up to 16 RF channels
  • Over 1 GHz RF bandwidth per channel
  • Operating frequency DC to 18 GHz
  • Quad 40 Gbps qSFP+ ports
  • Intel Stratix 10 FPGA SoC
  • Compact form factor (3U rackmount)


As a provider with extensive experience in both the SDR solutions and integration support for all customers, Per Vices makes it easy for customers to include new high performance SDRs into their new and existing systems. We work with you to provide scaled implementation and testing to follow your organizations needs and timeline. We offer: site and equipment planning, hardware deployment, expected performance calculations, customization to meet specific hardware and software interfaces, monitoring and maintenance packages, custom filtering through hardware, and more.

Per Vices has experience designing and developing hardware, firmware, and software that offer:

  • COTS Linux host systems for rapid deployment and use
  • Custom FPGA builds
  • Custom hardware development
  • Easy integration and custom API
  • MIMO capability


Advancing the Internet of Military Things (IoMT) with Software Defined Radio

COTS Journal
Discussed in this article are the many technologies involved in handling the vast amount of data generated by the IoMT/IoBT devices, including tactical edge servers and software defined radio (SDR)....
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SDR for Ground Stations

Global Military Communications
Software defined radio has been a gamechanger for enabling military communications, however, it's also been a critical development enabler for the larger satellite sector...
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SDR in Military and Aerospace - Beyond Tactical Radios

Microwave Journal
In the telecommunications and electronics domain, Software Defined Radio (SDR) has been a major focus of military organizations for years. It is recognized as an optimal solution capable of shaping more flexible and powerful tactical radios that traditionally relying on single channel...
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One radio platform for all security and public safety needs

Electronic Specifier
Although communication needs of military and security response teams appear vastly different, at their core they are very similar. Effective communication and transfer of information is critical in both industries as lives are at risk if they are not done quickly and effectively....
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