Passive Radar Data Recording
  • High impedance connection

  • All-in-one solution

  • PCI interface

The Radar Data Recording Board is designed specifically for recording data from airport air-traffic control radars.


The Radar Data Recording Board is designed specifically for recording data from airport air-traffic control radars. This board uses PCI interface, allowing recording and playback of up to 4 ports of radar data. It is the first of radar data recording products publicly released for sales within China.


Similar to other Synway’s series of recording boards, the Radar Data Recording Board uses high impedance connection. As the input impedance of over 50k ohm is way above normal connectivity impedance on serial data lines, the original radar system is unaffected either during or after installation. The main purpose of the board is to provide airport air-traffic control with an all-in-one solution for voice and radar data recording. The data recording and monitoring system which composes of Synway’s voice boards and radar data recording boards enables airline dispatchers to perform synchronized recording and playback of voice and radar data. This greatly enhances analysis work.


The Radar Data Recording Board is suited for air-traffic control system’s data recording that uses RS232 synchronous serial communication interfaces. Data recording rate is automatically modulated to accept input signals in the range of 300-38,400 baud rate and playback rate is configurable via a function call with applications. In addition, it is suited for third-party monitoring/play back of other serial-communications data signals.


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Functions


High-impedance connection rules out interruption of data transmission on the line 


Supports synchronous simplex transmission per channel, independent data recording and playback 


Synchronous serial communication interfaces support digitization of data into a bit-stream record file 


Supports simultaneous data recording and playback on 4 channels 


Features

PCI 2.1 Bus Support 

The SHR-4D/PCI board includes PCI 2.1 bus with burst data transmission rate up to 133 MB/s, and supports the PNP (plug and play) feature which eliminates the need for jumper leads. 


PCI Express 2.0 Bus Support 

The SHR-4D/PCIe board includes PCI Express 2.0 bus and supports the PNP (plug and play) feature which eliminates the need for jumper leads. 


Adjustable Recording/playback Rate 

Data recording rate is automatically modulated to accept input signals in the range of 300-38400 baud rate and playback rate is configurable via a function call with applications. 


DB15 Port 

Easy parallel connection to on-board DB15 port via high impedance with a low malfunction rate, signal level complying with the RS232 standard. 


1 to 4 Port Hi-Z Monitoring 

Flexible positioning of the access point on the communication line between radar and terminal. 

The data recording and monitoring system which composes of Synway’s voice boards and radar data recording boards enables voic

e and data communication with the airline dispatchers, providing ATC with an all-in-one solution for voice and radar data recording. 


High Input Impedance

Data input impedance is greater than 50KΩ, ensuring full-speed transmission of monitored signals. 


Driver’s Programming Mode 

Two modes support: Polling mode and event mode (callback mode). 


Unique Hardware Serial Number 

Each board has a unique hardware serial number written in the firmware to distinguish itself from other boards and prevent piracy. The number is available via an easy function call with 

applications.


Authorized Code Identification Circuit 

The on-board authorized code identification circuit is designed 

for software safety. Users can apply to our company for the authorized code. 


Driver Requirements 

Uses an independent driver, allowing share of a software platform with other SynCTI voice boards to enable simultaneous voice processing and radar data recording in a system.


Powerful API 

Simple programming algorithm for rich functions.