Deviser Instruments DS1620 SpectrumPROFILER remote spectrum monitoring system

Tuesday, 10 May, 2016 | Supplied by: Deviser Instruments



The DS1620 SpectrumPROFILER remote spectrum monitoring system from Deviser Instruments is designed to reduce the time, cost and complexity associated with the standard approach of detecting, identifying and removing interference signals originating from licensed or unlicensed communications systems.

The device enables mission-critical operators such as defence, antiterrorism units or law enforcement to eliminate signal interference in hours, while simultaneously improving overall service reliability. Designed with high performance in mind, the product can sweep the wireless spectrum at rates of up to 30 GHz/s to detect signals with periodic, transient or short ‘bursty’ transmission signatures. With an average noise level of -158 dBm and a spectral purity of -95 dBc/Hz at 10 kHz, problematic signals are quickly detected, identified and processed as they manifest in real time.

Configured in a compact, rack-mountable form factor, the spectrum monitoring system can be deployed as a single functional unit or configured as a unified networked solution spanning any region. It offers auto-positioning sensors that extend the built-in features of the base DS1620 monitor, while true geolocation functionality enhances the system with powerful signal triangulation technology that can precisely pinpoint any signal of interest. Once a signal is identified, the product provides operators with simple and secure remote access options that include TCP/IP Ethernet over VPN capability and integrated web services.

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