Securing proving grounds and test ranges

Military proving grounds and test ranges are a key asset to a nation’s armed forces. Here, scenarios, strategy, forces and equipment are put through their paces to ensure readiness for the battlefield. Efficient and effective testing on proving grounds is the precursor to efficient and effective performance when deployed in live operations. This testing includes verifying that weapons and communications systems can work alongside [...]

Securing proving grounds and test ranges2019-02-04T15:16:18+00:00

Interference hunting during UAV testing & flight operations

Detect and locate interference during UAV maneuvers For effective operation of military UAVs (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles) in both live operations and test scenarios, over 10 separate frequency bands may be used at once. This is in order to operate the array of different navigation, communications, situational awareness and payload control systems on board. These frequency bands are generally shared by various other military communications [...]

Interference hunting during UAV testing & flight operations2019-02-04T16:36:54+00:00

Naval EMCON (Emissions Control)

In both battle and test scenarios, naval ships need to be able to enter EMCON (Emissions Control) conditions. This can mean restricted emissions (no uniquely identifying transmissions) or no emissions at all (radio silence). EMCON is used to ensure the enemy cannot triangulate the signal source and the ship using radio direction-finding techniques. Since RF transmissions are less common in the middle of the [...]

Naval EMCON (Emissions Control)2019-02-04T14:50:41+00:00

Keeping data centers secure against RF threats

Detect unauthorized RF transmissions around data centers Both data center hosting providers and companies managing their own data centers require robust security procedures. In addition to some of the most sophisticated cybersecurity measures, many data centers now include biometric access controls and round-the-clock security guard patrols in an attempt to prevent cyber and physical intrusions. The consequences of a security breach in a data [...]

Keeping data centers secure against RF threats2018-10-10T11:46:14+00:00

InfoSec: Preventing Intellectual Property (IP) theft

Keeping sensitive data secret IP (Intellectual Property) is the most valuable asset of many high-tech and pharmaceutical companies. However, IP theft is estimated to cost the US economy alone over $180 billion a year. IP theft may be state-sponsored or carried out by a competitor and can be executed using a range of human, electronic and cyber data exfiltration techniques. It is therefore essential [...]

InfoSec: Preventing Intellectual Property (IP) theft2018-10-10T11:45:21+00:00

Drones and Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP)

Securing national infrastructure against airborne intrusions Critical National Infrastructure (CNI), including nuclear reactors, chemical facilities, water systems and airports, needs the highest level of security against all possible physical and electronic threats. Like other sectors, CNI has to deal with the new and emerging threat of commercial drones – or unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs). These represent a number of different risks. The most headline-grabbing [...]

Drones and Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP)2019-04-16T13:02:52+00:00

Protecting your borders

Many international borders can cover hundreds or even thousands of miles. With such large areas to cover, it is impossible to secure every square mile of a border with a physical manned presence. As a result, illegal border crossings become harder to track. Therefore, technology must play a part in detecting, classifying and locating suspicious or illegal activities. Alongside optical, acoustic and radar, RF [...]

Protecting your borders2019-02-15T12:37:48+00:00

Radar interference to mobile operators

Detecting and locating pulsed interference sources in real timeInterference to mobile networks can result in dropped calls, impaired voice quality and reduced data speeds. As well as being disruptive to mobile users, repeated incidents can lead to financial losses for mobile operators as they lose reputation and customers. There can even be a risk to lives if interference to mobile services prevents emergency calls from [...]

Radar interference to mobile operators2019-02-05T16:30:51+00:00


When it comes to geolocation performance, you don’t need to compromise AOA/DF and TDOA are two different methods for geolocating signals over wide areas. You can read more about the mechanics of each technique by clicking on the links, but the key takeaway is that each method performs better on different signal types and in different environments. For many users of RF [...]

Hybrid AOA/TDOA2019-02-05T14:15:12+00:00

Direction finding in urban environments

Allowing direction finding vehicles to navigate the urban obstacle course Even the most finely calibrated Direction Finding (DF) systems can often seem to fail  when used in the urban environment. This problem can be attributed to multipath propagation. In an urban environment, many buildings reflect, shadow, diffract or block RF signals entirely. This can lead to uncertainty in the bearing as the signal of [...]

Direction finding in urban environments2019-02-05T14:35:56+00:00
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