EW Live will be returning to Estonia in 2021 and once again featuring live field and classroom demonstrations from over 20 companies as well as a new counter drone zone featuring live drone scenarios.
Traditional direction-finding systems provide a single line of bearing to a target, as shown below in Figure 1. RFeye Site, on the other hand, can provide far more detail, and does so with a user-friendly interface, allowing operators to extract the maximum amount of geolocation information from incoming signals. Figure 1 Single Line of Bearing (LOB) Feature 1 – Color-Coded Lines of Bearing RFeye [...]
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Quick Read Summary: A new training video from CRFS to help users of 'Radio Direction Finding' (DF) Arrays understand the importance of multipath. The video animation is designed to help users visualize real world environments in terms of multipath/RF reflections. Different object models are used alongside materials that reflect RF differently to demonstrate the principle. View the full animation here RF Training A slightly [...]
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 #211. [email protected] New products and capabilities demonstrated at AOC New for 2019: RFeye Mission - Automated spectrum monitoring 3D TDOA - 3 Dimensional geolocation for Aircraft and cUAS CRFS will be demonstrating [...]
What is AIS? The AIS (Automatic Identification System) is designed to allow ships, boats and other maritime vessels to provide information about their identity, position and heading to other vessels and base stations. It works by broadcasting information using RF signals that can be detected by other users with AIS equipment. This data is transmitted over the maritime channels 87B (161.975 MHz) and [...]
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 [...]
CRFS’s Cumulative Tracking feature allows single or multiple transmitters to be located in complex multi-path environments using just a single antenna array RFeye software facilitates single receiver geolocation with its AOA Cumulative Tracking feature. As shown in the image below, a location is gradually built up over time using the multiple Lines Of Bearing obtained as the vehicle-mounted receiver moves. Left to right: Antenna Array, [...]