World Security Report News2014-05-13 07:29:50

CRFS deploys RFeye sensor network at a major U.S. Army test site

CRFS has today announced the successful deployment of a spectrum monitoring and radio geolocation network at a major U.S. Army test site.

The fully integrated system consists of a number of fixed RFeye Direction Finding Arrays and TDOA-capable RFeye Nodes. These are distributed over large areas and networked to provide continuous 24/7 real-time site monitoring together with rapid radio location of potential interference or threat sources at this high-level secure site. In addition, the system provides full data logging and recording capability for post-analysis as well as intelligence on spectrum usage, occupancy and efficiency, for use with other military systems.

Malcolm Levy, Vice President for CRFS in the Americas explained: "The integration went very smoothly and the units were deployed and networked quickly and efficiently. On the same day our customer was able to bring the software up and connect to the remote RFeye Nodes and Arrays to start geolocating using TDOA (time difference of arrival) and AOA (angle of arrival) techniques. The network continuously sweeps the RF environment and enables the Spectrum Operations team to detect and analyze signals of all types and accurately geolocate their source. This Army site is a great showcase for the extensive capabilities of the RFeye system and the benefits of remote distributed RF monitoring."

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