Intelligent, cost-effective solution for distributed networks and DF systemsEnquire
The RFeye Node sets the new standard for high performance, cost-effective, real time 24/7 monitoring of the radio spectrum. It has been designed and packaged to enable flexible and scalable deployments in remote distributed networks. With built-in intelligence, the Node can operate both autonomously and in cooperation with other Nodes in the network.
Very high probability of signal intercept
Capable of sweeping from 10 MHz to 6 GHz (or optionally to 18 GHz) at 40 GHz/s, the RFeye Node captures signals of all types, including transient transmission such as pulsing or short-burst. High sensitivity and exceptionally low spurious components mean that it is able reliably to distinguish even very low power signals from the noise floor.
Flexible multi-user multi-mission capability
The RFeye’s unique architecture is capable of supporting multiple concurrent tasks and missions, as well as multiple queries from simultaneous users. Remote programming allows tasks to be assigned relative priorities and the Node is able seamlessly to execute the required tasks in the most efficient manner. In this way, the Node is able concurrently to perform time and IQ captures, make spectrum occupancy measurements, monitor mask breakages and trigger alarms, log data to memory, record sequences for playback, measure an AOA bearing or coordinate with nearby Nodes to carry out geo-location measurements using TDOA or POA techniques. In addition, there is no limit to the number of users who can simultaneously query the Node via IP and make varying requests to display information of interest.
Easy to deploy as fixed or portable/mobile units
The Node is housed in a rugged, compact lightweight enclosure and has an environmental cover that provides IP67 protection for hostile environments. It is low power and can be powered from multiple sources. It can be discreetly deployed in-building, easily mast mounted outdoors or deployed in various man-portable or mobile configurations. Data can be accessed in real time via IP, stored locally, transmitted via the built-in modem or downloaded via Ethernet to a centralized database.