Complex for radio monitoring and digital signal analysis
Kassandra-TM30 (9 kHz-30 GHz)
Kassandra-TM9 (9 kHz-9 GHz)
The Kassandra-TM30 complex of radio monitoring and digital signal analysis is designed for round-theclock, continuous radio monitoring of the object and detection of unauthorized radio transmissions, including those with complex concealment algorithms, as well as for the analysis of digital communication standards.
The complex can be used as an IQ recorder with a recording bandwidth of up to 32 MHz.
A monoblock with a built-in RPU with an ADC unit with control from a PC via LAN 1 Gb/s. When two complexes are installed together and connected together, it is possible to implement a two-channel operation mode in both synchronous and asynchronous mode (requires a computer with two network adapters (LAN 1 Gb). Asynchronous mode allows you to automate the process of analysing and recording detected signals without having to stop scanning the Master complex.
Option 1. Built into a secure Peli 1495 case. It has a built-in battery (2.5 hours of battery life) and a 4-channel antenna switch in the range of 25 MHz-9 GHz.
Option 2. Similar to a stationary monoblock. The monoblock has an autonomous power supply system for 2.5 hours of operation. The Peli 1495 case is only used for transportation.
All systems with built-in batteries can charge the batteries during operation. The type of battery used (LiFePO4) allows the device to be used in extreme operating conditions. Operating temperatures from -20 to +50 degrees Celsius. Storage temperatures from -30 to +60. They are as safe as possible to use – they do not ignite or explode, even if they are depressurized. The extended input voltage range (9-36 volts) allows the complex to be used on various infrastructure and modes of transport.
When two or more complexes are used together, it is possible to create a unified radio monitoring network with a single control and management center. Information about the state of the complexes comes from the servers of the complexes to the PC of the control operator. On the control operator’s PC, I_RemoteCheck program displays all information about the detection of signals, the operation of the complexes, their activation and deactivation, as well as the activation of the sensors of the fire alarm system (only in the stationary version).
If it is necessary to compare the signal spectra, it is possible to display in the control program of any complex of the spectra of another complex selected for comparison. In order to use this function RT-Group option is needed.