Dear Customers, Partners and Suppliers,
As the COVID19 pandemic spreads around the world, the entire Shoghi team is mobilizing to ensure the best possible continuity of operations.
To ensure the health of our teams, we have put in place adapted working methods.Some of our teams are now working from home, while another teams are available round the clock to provide all technical support for all our existing customers utilizing our systems.
Shoghi's switchboard remains available during working hours 9:30am to 1:00pm and 2:00pm to 6:00pm.
Switchboard : +91 120 403 6600
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Your usual contact persons in sales / customer service / purchasers / engineers remain available on their mobile lines, via e-mail and video conferencing. Please do not hesitate to contact them or call the switchboard for their contact details.
We hope that we can help to meet your needs during this troubled period and prepare for the return of nominal operation as soon as possible.
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Shoghi Multi Channel Signal Classifier, Demodulator and Decoder System is PC-based 4-channel automated signal analyzer (2 full duplex), demodulator and decoder for narrowband analog/digitally modulated signals. The system comes with an on line modulation and coder classifier, which automatically classifies the modulation and coding schemes used in the signal. On determination of these parameters, the system automatically implements the required demodulator and decoder to provide the intelligible output. The system can be used in an offline mode for analysis.
SCL-MCSC provides special functions for automatically classifying narrowband, digitally modulated single and multi-carrier signals, with a high hit rate. As soon as the modulation parameters are available, values for center frequency, modulation rate and type are assigned to the appropriate demodulator. The complete signal is then output from the RAM buffer to achieve a loss free demodulation. In the interactive classification mode, the automatic signal classifier replaces the need for manual modulation type analysis of numerous standard signal types.