Rohde&Schwarz, Agilent, Tektronix, Advantest, Anritsu, Aeroflex/IFR, AOR, ICOM and more...
The list of the instruments supported by RadioInspector is large and constantly expanding.
RadioInspector stores all collected data in digital format. The collected and stored spectrum can be re-produced and re-played enabling all detected signals to be available for processing after the detection event has occurred in the radio frequency spectrum.
Local and remote control of modern Radio Frequency receivers and spectrum analyzers.
RadioInspector works with almost all modern Radio Frequency receivers and spectrum analyzers capable of being connected to a computer.
Measurement results are presented in the form of graphics, diagrams, panoramic displays and spectrograms. The spectrum displays can be easily customized and are dynamically scalable in X and Y directions.
Measurement results are retained with GPS information providing geo-spatial coordinates.
Effective detection of clandestine or illicit signals using differences in panoramic display spectral masks, by displaying signal characteristics on a unique axis-variable 3 dimensional waterfall display, using geo-graphically diverse antennas for signal power difference detection, incorporating adjustable thresholds for signal detection, automatically providing an ‘exceedance list’ of signals that exceed defined thresholds
Comprehensive software tools for detection and recognition of low probability of intercept and complex clandestine signals which use sophisticated cloaking techniques: frequency division multiple access (FDMA), short burst transmissions, ultra wideband and noise-like emissions, masking as authorized signals and narrow-band transmission (snuggling) in authorized spectrum
Possibility of delayed analysis and processing of measurement results. Initial measurement results saved in database in amplitude-frequency format, linked to measurement time, geographic coordinates of the measurement point. At a later stage it is possible to make the same actions over the saved data as over data measured in real time format: display spectrum of signals during source data acquisition in real time and in accelerated mode; perform other complex processing.
Digital signal processing (vector analysis) and analysis of signal standards DECT, TETRA, GSM, Bluetooth, APCO25, 802.15.4 (ZigBee); demodulation of analog TV signal. "DTest" (Digital Test) option allows program demodulating of data package open titles of standards DECT, BlueTooth, GSM, 3G (UMTS), Wi-Fi, TETRA, DRM, DMR, APCO25.
It also can continuously scan lists of discrete frequencies entered into its database manually by the operator or by an operator provided utility script. All received signal information and spectral displays (traces, waterfalls etc) associated with a scan are stored as a signal trace file. Each measurement (signal spectrum, frequency range panoramic trace) in the database corresponds to the time of occurrence, and geospatial coordinates obtained using a GPS receiver (if used).
AM and FM analogue signals demodulation is possible for instruments that send a real-time flow of IQ data. Demodulation is possible over any frequency range provided by the instrument – from the maximum down to 200 Hz. For AM signals phase- locked loop techniques may be possible. For receivers with audio output recording, analysing and editing low-frequency demodulated audio signals is performed by the computer's sound card.
RadioInspector has a radio frequency signal expert analysis subsystem that performs parameter measurement and saves results in to the database. This includes frequency bandwidth measurements by the β/2 method (Recommendation ITU-R SM.328-10), frequency bandwidth by –N level dB, signal detector selection, measurement time and averaging averages allows high quality measurements of complex signals to be performed and correctly estimates parameters of transmitters operating in various modes. Results are displayed using signal spectrum graphs displayed in easy to interpret graphical user interfaces that enhance measurement ease.
RadioInspector software engineers have developed a digital signal analysis option - "DTEST" ("Digital Test"). This option is designed for digital (software) demodulation of the most common communication standards and signals classification in accordance with these standards. DTest uses an array or a stream of IQ data transmitted by the instrument. The current version of RadioInspector's "DTest" option implements demodulators for the following communication standards: • AM and FM analogue signals; • DECT; • TETRA; • GSM; • BlueTooth; • APCO25 (voice demodulation); • DRM/MOTOTRBO (voice demodulation). If the measuring instrument can produce IQ data then the operator can perform analysis of the IQ data and analyze complex unknown source signals by use of IQ, phase and signal amplitude information.
Anthony Yolkman / Network Security Group
Alexis Uchtgorf / NSG
What do I need to use RadioInspector?
You just need any capable radio receiver and PC with such requirements as:
Please, feel free to connect with our customer service manager to stipulate any important questions! Also you can clarify is your receiver compatible with our software or we should to tune it.
How do I make a payment?
If you want to use RadioInspector for yourself personally, you can buy it by eBay. We'll prepare special offer for you and send direct link on our product's page on eBay. Also you can pay a bill. We'll send it to you on demand.
If you are presenting any company, we'll ussue you a bill.
How can I update my RadioInspector?
If you are already our customer you can update software absolutely free with the exception of new options or options not included in your kit.
What if my receiver is not in list?
Just call or mail us and we will try to fix the problem if your receiver is not unique.
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