Find and continuously record signals of interest in high-fidelity to maximize your intelligence picture and exploit the electromagnetic environment
Why does recording I/Q data in high-fidelity matter?
WATCH to find out how recording RF signals can improve situational awareness and help with EMCON and EMSO.
How does high-fidelity RF recording enable spectrum dominance?
WATCH to see how RF recording improves SIGINT and freedom of movement for multi-mission and multi-domain operations.
The ultimate signal capture and analysis solution
WATCH: The ultimate signal capture and analysis tool requires three key features:
- A high-performance RF receiver
- In-the-field long-duration, wideband I/Q recording in high-fidelity
- Forensic analysis software with “signal discovery”
RFeye SenS Remote
In-field I/Q data recording and replay with unlimited storage capability (up to 40 GHz and 100 MHz IBW).
Ultimate wideband I/Q data recorder to ensure full spectrum awareness and discover the who, when, and where of signals.
- Remote Radio Head (18GHz / 40GHz)
- Housed in a Mini Outdoor Kit (IP67-rated)
- Armoured fibre-optic cable connection
- Dual-server rack
- RFeye DEEPVIEW software
RFeye Sens Portable
Lightweight, portable I/Q data recording and playback with internal 25.6 TB storage (up to 40 GHz and 100 MHz IBW).
Record the RF environment conveniently on-the-go at lab quality.
- RFeye RF Receiver (Node) - 8GHz / 18GHz / 40GHz
- Integrated unit, carry handle, SSD storage
- Thunderbolt 3 cables
- DC power supply
- Ruggedised Peli Case
- RFeye DeepView software
What are the benefits of RF recording and signal analysis?
Integrating capturing, recording, and real-time processing of signals into your EMSO strategy has many benefits.
Never miss a signal
Avoid operator fatigue
Discover signals in the noise
Quickly find and extract signals
See across borders
Frequently asked questions
What does I/Q data stand for?
I/Q data stands for in-phase and quadrature data. I/Q data is used to represent sinusoidal signals in the form of two components: the in-phase component and the quadrature component. The in-phase component represents the cosine of the signal, while the quadrature component represents the sine of the signal. This data can be used in a variety of applications, including radio frequency systems.
What is RF recording?
RF recording (or radio frequency recording) is a way to record audio using radio frequencies. This method is commonly used for radio broadcasts and other audio recordings that require a higher sound quality than a standard microphone.
What is I/Q recording?
I/Q recording is a method of digital recording that captures the amplitude and phase of a signal at the same time. It is used in many applications, including radio frequency testing and measurement.
What is I/Q data in RF?
I/Q data in RF is a type of digital modulation used in radio transmission. It stands for "In-phase/Quadrature" and is a type of complex modulation that combines two separate amplitude-modulated (AM) signals. The two signals used in I/Q modulation are in phase and quadrature, which means that one signal is shifted in phase by 90 degrees. This creates a phase differential between the two signals, which is used to encode the data being sent. I/Q data is often used in primary / Land Mobile Radio (trunked) communications and military communications.
What is I/Q signal processing?
I/Q signal processing is a communication system that utilizes a signal's in-phase (I) and quadrature (Q) components to achieve efficient transmission. It is commonly used in radio frequency (RF) systems to enable reliable and accurate transmission of data.
What is I/Q data signal processing?
I/Q data signal processing is a type of digital signal processing in which the signal is represented as a complex baseband signal. This technique is used in various applications, such as communication systems, radar systems, sonar systems, and medical imaging systems.
What is I/Q data used for?
I/Q data is used to represent the amplitude and phase of a signal and is used in many types of communication systems. It is commonly used to represent baseband or passband signals, such as those used in radio and television broadcasting. Additionally, I/Q data can be used for data acquisition and analysis purposes.
How does I/Q modulation work?
I/Q modulation is a form of digital modulation that encodes data by modulating the amplitude, phase, or frequency of a carrier wave. It is used to represent digital information and is typically used in radio transmission and receiver systems. In I/Q modulation, each data symbol is represented by two components, the in-phase (I) and quadrature (Q) components. The I component is the cosine component, while the Q component is the sine component. The data is processed and encoded in the I/Q components, which are then combined to form a composite signal. The composite signal is then transmitted to the receiver, where it is decoded to reconstruct the original data.
What is I/Q modulation used for?
I/Q modulation is an important technique used in communications engineering, which is used for the purpose of transferring information between two points. It is used in many different applications, such as radio and television broadcasting, cellular networks, and satellite communications. Additionally, it can be used in many different products, such as radios, television receivers, and other consumer electronics. I/Q modulation provides a reliable way to send and receive signals across a variety of mediums, making it a popular choice for many different applications.
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