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Arming the Electronic Warfighter: Part 2, understanding the domain

Click here to read part one of this blog series. The general who wins the battle makes many calculations in his temple before the battle is fought. The general who loses makes but few calculations beforehand. – Sun Tzu, The Art of War The first thing experienced firefighters do when attacking wildfires is to assess and plan. It might be tempting to rush in [...]

Arming the Electronic Warfighter: Part 2, understanding the domain2019-03-27T17:07:57+00:00

Arming the Electronic Warfighter: The series introduction

Spies are a most important element in war, because on them depends an army’s ability to move. – Sun Tzu, The Art of War Sun Tzu regarded intelligence gathering as one of the most important aspects of war, advising that those involved should be endowed with appropriate equipment. And therein lies the primary purpose of this blog series: giving decision makers the information necessary [...]

Arming the Electronic Warfighter: The series introduction2019-02-26T10:14:41+00:00

Working at CRFS: A newbie’s perspective

New Marketing Executive Danielle Simmons Hello! I'm Danielle. I recently joined CRFS as a Marketing Executive based in the Cambridge office. I'll be doing a lot of the CRFS marketing updates, so I thought I'd introduce myself and talk about my experiences at CRFS so far. So, who am I? U.S. Army veteran – I served for 7 years as an Arabic linguist in [...]

Working at CRFS: A newbie’s perspective2019-02-12T18:08:17+00:00

Gatwick drones and spectrum monitoring

Recent news about drones disrupting flights at London Gatwick airport has brought to fore the need for permanent, integrated drone detection systems at major airports. The Gatwick incident was declared a “deliberate act” by UK Police; not some hobbyist who accidentally strayed too close to the airport perimeter, but instead, someone who was purposefully trying to disrupt flights and cause panic and chaos. However, there [...]

Gatwick drones and spectrum monitoring2019-02-04T13:03:07+00:00

From the World Cup to F1: Why regulators choose the RFeye Node for major events

We see why the RFeye Node has been a key component in ensuring the success of major global sporting events. Securing the RF spectrum at major events is a crucial part of the national spectrum regulator’s role. Major sporting events such as the Olympics and F1 world Championship can mean big money for governing bodies and hosting countries. The UEFA Euro 2016 tournament in [...]

From the World Cup to F1: Why regulators choose the RFeye Node for major events2019-02-07T10:20:21+00:00

SIGINT capability for Special Operations Forces

SOF (Special Operations Forces) must act with the highest levels of discretion in hostile and often unfamiliar environments. In these scenarios, real-time RF situational awareness is vital for ensuring friendly forces remain undetected and detecting enemy activity. However, this vital capability must be weighed (literally) against the need for forces to be able to carry the equipment and remain agile. So what levels of situational [...]

SIGINT capability for Special Operations Forces2019-02-07T16:14:58+00:00

In-building security: Making TSCM 24/7

With the threat from radio surveillance devices re-emerging, Jon Bradley looks at the problem of reliance on manual bug sweeping strategies and how the alternative of a continuous real-time In-Place Monitoring System (IPMS), such as CRFS’s RFeye Guard system, can enable true 24/7 vigilance in secure buildings and facilities. Cyber security is continually in the news and is the focus of significant efforts and resources [...]

In-building security: Making TSCM 24/72018-10-09T16:01:22+00:00

Seeing through the noise at DSEI 2017

By Dave Robertson, International Sales Manager for Defence and Security As the premier event for the global Defence and Security market, DSEI was the place to be seen last week for many companies including CRFS. Of course, the biggest challenge was achieving the balance of meeting key suppliers and customers, and hearing from the numerous distinguished keynote speakers. Whilst innovation was once again a key [...]

Seeing through the noise at DSEI 20172018-09-28T12:02:45+00:00

How accurate is TDOA geolocation?

TDOA (Time Difference Of Arrival), also known as multilateration, is a well-established technique for the geolocation of RF emitters. Using three or more receivers, TDOA algorithms locate a signal source from the different arrival times at the receivers. We trust that existing users of CRFS’s TDOA geolocation know, from their own experience, that it is very accurate and effective for most signal types. New [...]

How accurate is TDOA geolocation?2019-02-06T17:15:09+00:00

Direction Finding RMS error: Lies, damned lies and statistics

By Filip Zganec, Regulatory Sales Manager, CRFS Is the RMS error of a DF system as important as some manufacturers would have you believe? Some of our competitors go to extraordinary lengths to talk up the significance of 1° RMS error and to get it specified in tenders as the supposed gold standard. Ever wondered why? It’s because they can limit the competition and can [...]

Direction Finding RMS error: Lies, damned lies and statistics2018-11-30T12:14:29+00:00
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