The MICRON SDRQH is a new system housing for the SDR receiver. It is designed for applications where sets of receivers may be required for both studio and portable or mobile operations. The SDRQH has been designed with the utmost versatility of use firmly in mind. Each SDR receiver is housed in foam lined pockets and is mounted through the front panel of the SDRQH. SDR receivers can be easily removed and replaced. When installed in the SDRQH, each receiver is powered from the rack; the audio output and RF connections are made using short flying leads. On the rear of the housing each receiver has its own buffered and balanced XLR output connector, which is selectable for line or mic level. RF input, audio output and DC input connectors are located in the rear panel. Antenna signals are fed in through the antenna distribution module (ADM module), which is bandpass filtered and amplified to compensate splitter losses. The ADM distributes both the RF signal and the DC supply to the ‘A’ and ‘B’ sides of the four receivers. The SDRQH may be powered from an external 10-18V DC supply either via a DC socket on the rear panel or with the internal, rechargeable NP-1 pack.