Signal Monitoring & Geolocation
Explosive growth in the number and variety of wireless and satellite communications technologies poses an ever-increasing challenge within the global intelligence, homeland security, commercial and regulatory communities. Monitoring these RF emitters can be accomplished with high performance receivers or a new RF sensor technology.
Keysight offers valuable technological equipment for next-generation surveillance and commercial monitoring solutions. Signal surveillance and technical security mission managers require tools capable of detecting and locating non-cooperative modern signals which may be intermittent, of short duration, spread over the spectrum, and have low power or energy. Keysight’s systems provide wideband architecture, 24/7 signal monitoring, and alarms with automated energy detection to increase the speed and accuracy of all your signal monitoring needs.
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Satellite Signal Monitoring, Reference Solution - Solution Brochure
This brochure describes the Satellite Signal Monitoring, Reference Solution - a solution which includes recommended modular hardware and software.
PDF 2.32 MB
N6854A RF Geolocation Server Software License - Technical Overview
The N6854A technical overview describes how this software operates with the N6841A RF Sensor. It provides an overview of features, advantages and benefits of the new RF sensor technology. Many software screen captures are explained.
Technical Overview 2014-08-04
Location Sensing Measurements - SkyMark
Location Sensing Measurement Solutions from SkyMark and Keysight.
Brève de solutions 2014-05-07
Techniques and Trends in Signal Monitoring, Frequency Management and Geolocation of Wireless
This application note reviews various issues, techniques and associated equipment required for signal monitoring and frequency management of RF spectrum in the VHF/UHF frequency range.
Application Note 2009-04-27