55th Annual AOC International Symposium & Convention
November 27, 2018 - November 29, 2018
The Annual AOC International Symposium and Convention is the leading event for electronic warfare, electromagnetic spectrum operations, cyber-electromagnetic activities, and information operations professionals from around the world. CRFS will be exhibiting on booth# 807.
This year CRFS are proud to have been selected to take part in this year’s AOC Symposium as part of the Advancing Automation for EMS Warfighting stream. CRFS will be represented by General Manager Marty Mosier who will discuss: Agile, collaborative, automated and actionable – The future of military spectrum management. Thursday – 29 November at 10:00am.
New products and capabilities demonstrated at AOC
CRFS will be demonstrating a range of DF and geolocation solutions on booth #807. We are bringing Sentinel II, the CRFS technology showcase vehicle, which will be analyzing live spectrum data on the booth. It’s packed with the latest CRFS technology (RFeye Arrays – Geolocation/DF, RFeye Receivers – Spectrum/Geolocation, 3D TDOA – Advanced Wide area multilateration, RF Recording – COMINT/ELINT, Ultra-wide bandwidth capture and analysis, A.I. SIGINT augmentation and analysis).
We will also be showcasing a number of new products….
High fidelity recording and playback – RFeye SenS
The SenS range of spectrum recorders are designed for the operator who needs to capture and analyze signals in high fidelity across a wide frequency range. SenS captures the spectrum in extremely high resolution and can continuously stream full rate I/Q over the selected bandwidth to storage media, meaning you never miss a signal. Each SenS receiver provides a frequency range of up to 8GHz or 18GHz and a 100MHz IBW. Multiple receivers can be seamlessly combined to provide an IBW up to 1GHz, without the loss of Spurious Free Dynamic Range (SFDR) that usually affects very wideband receivers. This means SenS captures and records data with a much higher level of fidelity than can be achieved by other systems.
Automated spectrum management – RFeye Mission
Military spectrum management has its own specific set of challenges. In an ever-changing environment those responsible for controlling the spectrum need a way to automate information gathering. We will be launching our new spectrum management tool RFeye Mission. It has been specifically designed to meet the needs of military spectrum managers, especially those involved with ranges or test centers.
Automatically classify signals – RFeye Classifier
Manually identifying and classifying RF signals can be a long and difficult task. That’s why at this year’s AOC symposium we are showcasing our Signal Classified software module. Using NAIMS artificial intelligence, the classifier can recognize known signals and learn and categorize unknown signals; helping you identify friend, foe and the type of equipment the signal is emanating from.
Book a demo slot
If you want to see any of our hardware or software tools in action, stop by booth #807 at the show or contact us to book a specific time.
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