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Take control of your RF spectrum

Take control of your RF spectrum

Monitor and hunt interference in the RF spectrum in real time, with high-fidelity signal capture.

The ability to sense important signals of interest (SOIs) in a crowded spectrum has become more and more difficult for military and government personnel. As spectrum density grows, understanding what is in your environment at any given time has become increasingly complex. Background characterization and spectrum monitoring requirements have driven the need for complete and precise coverage of the spectrum in the mission space. Accomplishing this with traditional RF acquisition systems has become prohibitively expensive and inefficient.

Monitor your environment for spectrum violations

Spectrum interference continues to grow, as many authorized users must share bandwidth between systems and non-authorized users encroach into the operational system frequency. Field personnel responsible for spectrum operations require real-time situational awareness, which translates into a system able to ‘Detect, ID, and Record’ relevant RF events in time. 

Spectrum Operations Solutions

24/7 Spectrum Monitoring

A major trend in the wireless industry today is the dramatic rise in the number of active transmitters. Many of which, utilize ever-higher frequencies (e.g. WiFi and 5G NR), at shorter, more focused, ranges. The increased number of monitoring stations must keep pace with the increasing number and capabilities of wireless transmitters

The consequence is the need for a larger number of intelligent monitoring receivers or smart RF sensors in closer proximity to the transmitters for greater resolution and efficiency at identifying and locating signals.

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24/7 Spectrum Monitoring

Interference Hunting

In today’s crowded spectrum, just about every frequency is being shared by some other device. Even if you might not think you have interference, chances are it’s because you haven’t bothered to look. Hunting down sources of interference, such as short duration intermodulation products, can be extremely challenging and nearly impossible in some cases without the right tools and knowledge about such factors as antenna types and signal characteristics.

Radio noise is everywhere, and the problem is only getting worse with the explosion of electronic and wireless-enabled devices. For spectrum managers and anyone charged with tracking down sources of interference, all the noise means that traditional interference hunting tools are no longer adequate.

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Interference Hunting

EMI and E3 Compliance

Electromagnetic Environment Effects (E3) Testing tests the ability of a system to operate in its intended electromagnetic environment. Today’s complex military operational environment is characterized by an increasingly congested electromagnetic spectrum coupled with a reduction of spectrum allocated for exclusive military use. The mix of DoD-developed and Commercial off-the-Shelf (COTS) electronic equipment increases the importance of effectively managing E3 and spectrum usage in the battle space.

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Application Note

Poster: Spectrum Allocations

A useful wall chart that puts all frequency allocations by region right in front of your eyes!

Application Note

eGuide to RF Signals

The eGuide to Signals will help you navigate the RF spectrum and gain a better understanding about what kinds of signals might be present around you. Detailed examples are provided for popular signals often transmitted over the air.

Application Note

Webinar: The ABCs of Interference Hunting

What is interference hunting? Why should I care about it? What should I measure for and how should I measure interference?