With swaths of spectrum allocated to the armed forces, spectrum monitoring is vital not only to control and manage what is being transmitted but also to control what your RF signature looks like to the enemy. We look at the challenges faced by modern militaries and methods to streamline and automate spectrum management to ensure spectrum dominance. Fill in the form to view the webinar.
To accurately understand how a radar or a piece of communications equipment performs in a real-world environment it is often necessary to record, analyze and then replay the RF signals. But a signal analysis or replay will only be as good as the recording it’s based on. This webinar looks at the challenges involved in high fidelity signal capture and playback. We cover: The importance [...]
There are many counter drone /cUAS solutions on the market, each using a variety of technologies and techniques to detect, locate and neutralize any potential threat. But what makes a truly effective solution? In this webinar CRFS are joined by L3Harris ASA and will seek to answer this question along with: • What are the cUAS technology pros and cons? • How do you integrate [...]
Signals Intelligence has focused in recent years on counterinsurgency (COIN) operations where enemy capabilities are often much lower than our own. However, sophisticated near-peer adversaries have far better training and technology to exploit gaps in friendly capabilities. As signals intelligence transitions back from COIN to direct action scenarios, factors such as emissions control (EMCON) and denial and deception (D&D) are more important than ever. In [...]
It's not always enough to know a digital PMR signal exists. There is a lot of information conveyed in modern VHF/UHF radio protocols, in addition to the message content, that is essential for COMINT (communications intelligence) purposes and also for civil spectrum monitoring. CRFS are joined by Decodio in this webinar, to outline how signals can be detected and geolocated then captured, extracted, decoded and [...]
This webinar looks into the challenges in recording I/Q data and finding signals of interest among the terabytes of data. It will examine: What is IQ recording and why would we want to use it Problems associated with recording and analysis of large IQ data What to look for when assessing I/Q recorders Technology to simplify the process
We examine the technology behind the passive three-dimensional geolocation technique, 3DTDOA and its use in monitoring airborne threats. This webinar will cover: What is 3DTDOA and why now is the time to use it How to passively extend threat detection range Why intelligence value of 3DTDOA is significantly greater than normal TDOA How 3DTDOA can be used to augment existing radar and C4ISR systems We [...]
TDOA (Time Difference of Arrival) has become the modern RF geolocation standard. In this webinar we will cover: How and why TDOA is the new go to RF geolocation method The fundamentals of TDOA The strengths / weaknesses to the system and How modern solutions are reducing the limitations. We will also look at how TDOA and AOA can be combined to create a Hybrid [...]
AoA (Angle of Arrival) or DF (Direction Finding), is the RF locating weapon of choice for many organizations, in both regulatory and military applications. While an incredibly useful tool, it has its limitations. This webinar will examine the limitations and ways to use the data to ensure you maximize the value of the intelligence you extract from your system. Topics include: Multipath Co-channel interference Instrumental [...]
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.