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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 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 the hosting countries. The UEFA Euro 2016 tournament in France [...]

From the World Cup to F1: Why regulators choose the RFeye Node for major events2018-10-09T15:19:15+00:00

How to deal with GPS jamming and spoofing

From ship navigation to financial transactions, we’re increasingly reliant on GPS. Jamming and spoofing can therefore cause significant disruption and represent a public safety threat. Fortunately, spectrum monitoring allows detection and location of jammers and the possibility to pre-empt attacks with anti-jamming and anti-spoofing technologies. During an L1 and L2 GPS band monitoring campaign over just a few weeks in London, we detected significant jamming [...]

How to deal with GPS jamming and spoofing2018-09-28T12:23:29+00:00

Minimum Detectable Signal and Maximum Detection Range

The minimum detectable signal for a given range, or maximum range for a given signal power, is not as simple a question as one might think. Here we will see how this answer is dependent on a number of mission-dependent factors. Since minimum detectable signal and maximum range are closely related problems, we will focus here on the example of minimum detectable signal. Interfering signals [...]

Minimum Detectable Signal and Maximum Detection Range2018-09-28T12:24:45+00:00
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