A wideband sensor for the intercept and geolocation of emitters from HF to UHF.
The Acquisition and Geolocation Sensor (AGS) is a dual channel, wideband receiver, optimised to support the intercept and geolocation of modern commercial waveforms such as PMR, GSM and satellite-phones. It provides continuous coverage from 100kHz to 3GHz and has a wideband stare capability to intercept frequency hopping signals and civil waveforms.
- Wideband coverage with dual coherent receivers for DF
- 40MHz wideband stare
- Wideband stepped stare architecture – fast spectrum survey (option: dual-channel for wideband stepped stare DF capability)
- Integrated GPS provides location, clock conditioning (for accurate frequency tuning) and time-stamping for signal event correlation and TDOA geolocation applications
- Standard interface – USB2.0
- Simultaneous intercept and DF – monitoring, DF and display of four tuned channels (narrowband digital drop receivers)
- Man-portable – single power supply, small size, low weight
- Software defined architecture – receiver control, signal demodulation and analysis implemented on laptop
- Frequency hopping signal DF (option)
- Easy configuration – Windows ®based GUI (RTSAN)
- Network enabled – AGS units interconnect using a standard IP network via software applications (RTSAN and RTMIS)
||100kHz – 3GHz
||270mm x 175mm x 85mm
The software interface provides operators with intercept data in real-time.
The RESOLVE EW Manpack is controlled using the ruggedised laptop running a suite of intuitive, integrated applications which enables the operator to execute complex tasks. The Mission Information System provides a dynamic and immediate operating picture presenting the intelligence in a format that is easily interpreted.
- Intuitive interface
- Powerful MIS
- Wide and narrow band survey
- Recording for offline analysis and playback
- Networked Ops (chat, file transfer, event sharing)
- Position fix of intercepted signals
- Running fix
- Civil waveform capable
- The RESOLVE signals control and analysis software package (left)
- The RESOLVE mission information system displaying running fix solutions (right)