Welcome to Peralex
Client commitment as well as innovation, inspiration and enthusiasm are at the core of Peralex, and this has established us as a Dynamic Electronic Engineering Company.
At Peralex we work on the cutting edge of technology, and nowhere is this more apparent than in electronics innovation, which includes our radio Digital Signal Processing (DSP). And our innovation doesn't end there. We develop electronic systems with analogue front ends, and the most sophisticated high-level software that complements our DSP core technology.
Over thirty years we have built up a reputation for having a highly-acute sense of delivering beyond the expected. Our products and services are acknowledged as some of the best in the world.
Peralex offers radio astronomy solutions including the Skarab and Storage Pods.
Passive Coherent Location (PCL) is a form of radar that exploits existing transmitters of opportunity.
Peralex is a technology partner to GEW Technologies, offering a range of terrestrial radio spectrum monitoring solutions.
Peralex has partnered with leaders in the fields of acoustics, sonar, medicine and radar around the world.
In 1987, two young engineers decided to pool their talents and challenge the market which was dominated by ‘big company' electronics engineering. They introduced a more personal, intricate and acumen-driven approach.
At the time, technology was emerging that allowed signal processing theories to be implemented in real-time using a new class of Digital Signal Processing microprocessors.
Peralex was launched and used its expertise to design new products that could replace existing traditional analogue circuitry.
Not only did these new products outperform the old technology in terms of flexibility, repeatability, reliability and performance, but they opened an exciting new market.
Peralex was soon recognized as both an innovative developer and implementer – and grew in size and strength, recruiting many of the country's top engineering graduates, who yearned to apply their skills and talents in a real engineering environment.