INTREPID™ Model 334 Long Range Digital Microwave Link
INTREPID™ Model 334 is a high-security standalone volumetric perimeter sensor for fencelines, open areas, gates, entryways, walls and rooftop applications. Combining Southwest Microwave’s field proven detection performance with advanced embedded Digital Signal Processing (DSP) to successfully discriminate between intrusion attempts and environmental disturbances, the Model 334 sensor mitigates risk of site compromise while preventing nuisance alarms.
Designed for maximum protection against physical tampering and harsh environmental conditions, Model 334 features heavy-duty components and packaging, integrated radome tamper switches and optional steel enclosures for external wiring and connections. Advanced EMI/RFI shielding protects sensor electronics against external electromagnetic or radio frequency interference. Standalone configuration and on-board relay alarm outputs for monitoring deter the risk of hacking or other digital compromise faced by networked devices.
Model 334 features 6 crystal-controlled, field-selectable modulation channels with narrow-band filtering to prevent interference between sensors. Units can be dual, triple or quad-stacked with Model 336 K-Band Digital Microwave Links to fortify ultra-high security applications with risk of prone crawling or bridging attack.
Antenna beam width is approximately 11 degrees in the horizontal and vertical planes. A true parabolic antenna assures long range operation, superior beam control and predictable Fresnel zones. Advanced receiver design increases detection probability by alarming on partial or complete beam interruption, increase / decrease in signal level or jamming by other transmitters.
Key Product Features
- RANGE: 183 M (600 FT)
- EMBEDDED DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING FOR HIGH PD / LOW NAR
- SOFTWARE-CONTROLLED SETUP
- LOW POWER CONSUMPTION
- FRESNEL SUPPRESSION ALGORITHMS REDUCE OUTER FIELD DISTURBANCES
- SUPERIOR EMI / RFI SHIELDING AND SURGE PROTECTION
- RUGGEDIZED AGAINST MECHANICAL ABUSE AND CLIMATIC EXTREMES