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N. 49/2018 - 109759-2018
Publicatiedatum:10/03/2018
Uiterste datum:
 
Type:Enuntiatieve aankondiging
Land:SE
Onderwerp:
Équipement électronique
Aanbestedende overheid:
EISCAT Scientific Association

CPV-classificatie (gemeenschappelijke woordenlijst overheidsopdrachten):
31710000, 32000000, 73000000
Beschrijving:
Elektronische uitrusting.
Radio-, televisie-, communicatie-, telecommunicatietoestellen en aanverwante apparatuur.
Onderzoek en ontwikkeling, en aanverwante adviezen.

EISCAT Scientific Association 897300-2549 Rymdcampus 1 Kiruna 981 28 Johan Svensson +46 98079171 _hidden_@eiscat.se https://www.eiscat.se https://www.eiscat.se/business/tenders/ Scientific Research

Call for Expression of Interest for EISCAT_3D (S1) First Stage Receiver Unit

EISCAT Scientific Association is conducting a project with the goal to construct a new radar system, EISCAT_3D, which will be a next generation incoherent scatter radar capable of providing 3D monitoring of the atmosphere and ionosphere. EISCAT_3D is primarily designed to investigate how the Earth's atmosphere is coupled to space, and the system will be a multi-static radar composed of multiple phased-array antenna sites containing crossed dipole antenna elements. The radar sites will be located in Finland, Norway and Sweden.

The purpose of this enquiry is to acquire information from potential bidders regarding manufacturing the first stage receiver units to be used at the three sites corresponding to the first stage of the construction of the EISCAT_3D radarsystem.

For more information see the documentation at: https://www.eiscat.se/business/tenders/

55000000.00

SE-981 95 Kiruna, Sweden.

FIN-99470 Karesuvanto, Finland.

N-9143 Skibotn, Norway

The exact street addresses are not yet set.

The EISCAT_3D First Stage Receiver Unit (FSRU) procurement covers the low noise amplifier, analogue-to-digital converter and the first stage beamformer system receiver chain for each of the EISCAT_3D antennas at the three sites. Since each EISCAT_3D antenna receive in two polarisations, the total number of receive channels is 19 838 for a fully deployed site. Due to potential funding constraints, a part of system build-up will be handled as options that may be ordered later, but before the final regular deliveries are done.

The EISCAT_3D system will be built as sub-arrays with 91 antennas in each block. The system should integrate the resulting 182 receive channels (for each 91-antenna subarray) in a common FSRU unit.

The procurement will be through a 2-stage process: first an open competitive procedure followed by restricted (invited only) tendering.

For more details and updates, see the procurement documentation: https://www.eiscat.se/business/tenders/

EISCAT would like to emphasise that it is very important that all potential bidders on a regular basis monitor EISCAT homepage for procurement (http://eiscat.se/business/tenders) in order to get access to possible changes and/or clarifications of the enquiry documentation, cancellations, questions & answers and all other information relating to this enquiry.

2018-06-01

EISCAT Scientific Association is funded and operated by research institutes and research councils of Norway, Sweden, Finland, Japan, China and the United Kingdom.

2018-03-07

Tekst in originele taal
				 
 
 
 
 EISCAT Scientific Association 
 897300-2549 
 Rymdcampus 1 
 Kiruna 
 981 28 
 
 Johan Svensson 
 +46 98079171 
 _hidden_@eiscat.se 
 
 https://www.eiscat.se 
 https://www.eiscat.se/business/tenders/ 
 
 
 
 Scientific Research 
 
 
 
                

Call for Expression of Interest for EISCAT_3D (S1) First Stage Receiver Unit

EISCAT Scientific Association is conducting a project with the goal to construct a new radar system, EISCAT_3D, which will be a next generation incoherent scatter radar capable of providing 3D monitoring of the atmosphere and ionosphere. EISCAT_3D is primarily designed to investigate how the Earth's atmosphere is coupled to space, and the system will be a multi-static radar composed of multiple phased-array antenna sites containing crossed dipole antenna elements. The radar sites will be located in Finland, Norway and Sweden.

The purpose of this enquiry is to acquire information from potential bidders regarding manufacturing the first stage receiver units to be used at the three sites corresponding to the first stage of the construction of the EISCAT_3D radarsystem.

For more information see the documentation at: https://www.eiscat.se/business/tenders/

55000000.00

SE-981 95 Kiruna, Sweden.

FIN-99470 Karesuvanto, Finland.

N-9143 Skibotn, Norway

The exact street addresses are not yet set.

The EISCAT_3D First Stage Receiver Unit (FSRU) procurement covers the low noise amplifier, analogue-to-digital converter and the first stage beamformer system receiver chain for each of the EISCAT_3D antennas at the three sites. Since each EISCAT_3D antenna receive in two polarisations, the total number of receive channels is 19 838 for a fully deployed site. Due to potential funding constraints, a part of system build-up will be handled as options that may be ordered later, but before the final regular deliveries are done.

The EISCAT_3D system will be built as sub-arrays with 91 antennas in each block. The system should integrate the resulting 182 receive channels (for each 91-antenna subarray) in a common FSRU unit.

The procurement will be through a 2-stage process: first an open competitive procedure followed by restricted (invited only) tendering.

For more details and updates, see the procurement documentation: https://www.eiscat.se/business/tenders/

EISCAT would like to emphasise that it is very important that all potential bidders on a regular basis monitor EISCAT homepage for procurement (http://eiscat.se/business/tenders) in order to get access to possible changes and/or clarifications of the enquiry documentation, cancellations, questions & answers and all other information relating to this enquiry.

2018-06-01

EISCAT Scientific Association is funded and operated by research institutes and research councils of Norway, Sweden, Finland, Japan, China and the United Kingdom.

2018-03-07