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System Integrator Applications

Security & Intelligence Applications

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Military

  • The modern military operations need, the usage and exploitation of the RF spectrum.

  • CRFS approach the Cyber and Electromagnetic Activities.

  • Spectrum capacity is a finite resource, & which need monitoring & managing

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Electronic Warfare Support

  • SIGINT (Signal Intelligence), which may be COMINT or ELINT.

  • How to extract, classify and locate transmissions within the signal spectrum.

 

Strategic Use:

  • Monitoring the utilization of emitters.

  • Developing any future offensive or defensive operations.

 

Tactical Use

  • Real-time spectrum intelligence.

  • Raising the instant awareness of the troops.

For more info: https://www.crfs.com/applicationstory/increasing-sigint-capabilities/

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Battlefield Situational Awareness

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Passive Aircraft Tracking

  • Radar is commonly used in tracking the aircraft’s location.

  • Tracking aircraft without alerting them to the fact that they are being tracked.

  • Determine Passively the aircraft’s location.

  • Detect The following:

  • Aircraft coordinates: Latitude, Longitude, Altitude, Course, Speed, Signal data

  • Signal Types: IFF, ADS-B, Link16, TACAN/DME, Radar, ATC channels

  • For more info: https://www.crfs.com/applicationstory/passive-aircraft-tracking-using-rf/

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Naval EMCON (Emissions Control)

  • Selective control of EM’s usage, to optimize C2 capabilities

  • Avoid Detection by the enemy sensors.

  • Mutual interference among friendly systems.

  • Enhancing MILDEC Plan.

  • Protecting EID (Electrically Initiated Devices) from HERO (Hazards of Electromagnetic Radiation to Ordnance).

  • Avoid unauthorized or authorized cell phone emissions.

  • For more info: https://www.crfs.com/applicationstory/naval-emcon-emissions-control/

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Proving Grounds & Test Ranges

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Interference hunting during UAV testing

Military UAV used for:

  • Navigation

  • Communications

  • situational awareness

  • Attacking & defending

 

Running Your Test Without Risk:

  • Testing your expensive UAV, with high confidence.

Reducing the damage budget

 

To avoid drone loss:

  • Monitoring RF spectrum, before and during UAV test runs.

  • Military and commercial source of interference, need to be identifiable

  • Monitoring wide range of frequencies, from VHF to SATCOM bands

For more info: https://www.crfs.com/applicationstory/interference-hunting-uav-test-and-operation/

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Covert Spectrum Monitoring

Some environments are very harsh, to install a permanent structure for RF monitoring, like:

  • Hostile locations: contested borders, war zone, & terrorist zone.

  • Environmental challenges: cliffs, forests, swamps or dunes.

  • Rapid deployments: Detecting jamming, & Drones used in smuggling drugs, & weapons into    prisons & borders.

  • Emergency: VIP visit, Sporting event.

  • For more info: https://www.crfs.com/applicationstory/configure-deploy-capture-retrieve/

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Maritime Safety & Security

  • Sea border security responsibilities

  • Responding to vessels with problems

  • Collisions

  • Medical incidents at sea

  • Pollution control

 

Interference, due to:

  • Channels allocation unrespectable.

  • Uninformed users or foreign nationals

  • Intended interference on Mayday calls.

  • Carelessness

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Border Monitoring

  • International borders can cover hundreds or even thousands of miles.

  • Impossible to secure every square mile of a border with a physical manned presence

  • A network of high-performance RFeye receivers can pick up RF spectrum transmissions.

  • A cell phone, VHF radio or other device can be detected, classified, & geolocated.

  • For more info: https://www.crfs.com/applicationstory/border-security

Regulatory

  • Managing the spectrum in more effective, & efficient way by Regulators.

  • EM spectrum is very valuable resource.

  • Used in: making phone calls, watching television, GPS navigation, & etc.

  • National regulators need to ensure, that the spectrum is uncongested & interference free.

  • As the number of “connected” devices increase, the pressure on the RF spectrum increasing, which increase the need of innovative ways to monitor and manage the spectrum.

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Hybrid Geolocation

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DF in urban environments

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Airport Interference

  • Communications, navigation systems and even Autoland systems can be impacted by RF interference at airports.

  • Preventing and quickly resolving interference at airports is essential for avoiding disruption, financial loss and serious accidents.

  • Engineers may be sent out to an airport over ten times with an portable RF monitoring and each time find that the interference source has been and gone.

  • Continuous RF monitoring solution isn’t only effective, but also cost effective.

  • For more info: https://www.crfs.com/applicationstory/resolving-rf-interference-airports/

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Radar interference to MO

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Portable Spectrum Monitoring

Some environments are very harsh, to install a permanent structure for RF monitoring, like:

System Integrator

Why work with CRFS?

  • Open architecture aids third-party integration

  • Proven field-ready, reliable hardware and software

  • Comprehensive documentation

  • Expert engineering support

  • Transparent, honest relationships

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Electro-Optical Integration

  • Optical systems extend our own senses using superior optics and image enhancement.

  • They are able to identify and track drones based on their visual signature, and, when using infrared (IR), by a drone’s heat signature.

  • Optical systems give an unrivaled understanding of context. For example, by verifying if a drone is weaponized.

  • They do, however, still need additional hardware to perform geolocations and can encounter difficulty in coping with bad weather and bright sunlight.

  • For more info: https://www.crfs.com/integrated-dronedefense/

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Acoustic Sensors Integration

  • Acoustic sensors are programmed to recognize the unique sounds produced by drone motors.

  • They rely on a library of sounds from known drones, so if a drone isn’t in the library, it won’t be detected.

  • Range from the target, background noise and strong winds can also influence the effectiveness of acoustic sensors.

For more info: https://www.crfs.com/integrated-dronedefense/

Security & Intelligence

  • Protecting secure facilities, and gathering intelligence from the RF spectrum

  • Intelligence gathering – analyze even the hardest to detect RF signals with our high-fidelity RFeye Recorder

  • Drone detection, location, identification and operator positioning

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Counter Surveillance

  • TSCM (Technical Surveillance Counter Measures)

  • The threats are real

  • Devices can be difficult to locate

  • Beyond bug sweeping

 

Used in:

  • Secure facilities

  • Embassies & diplomatic buildings

  • Commercial offices

  • Data centers

  • Banking and financial institutions

  • CNI (Critical National Infrastructure)

  • Combating Drones

  • For more info: https://www.crfs.com/counter-surveillance/

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