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.
Agilent 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. Agilent’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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Oscilloscopes, Analyzers, Meters (2)
- Oscilloscopes (1)
- Spectrum Analyzers (Signal Analyzers) (2)
- Network Analyzers (2)
- Handheld Oscilloscopes, Analyzers, Meters (2)
- Logic Analyzers (1)
- Protocol Analyzers and Exercisers (1)
- Bit Error Ratio Test (BERT) Solutions (1)
- Digital Multimeters (DMM) (1)
- Noise Figure Analyzers & Noise Sources (2)
- LCR Meters & Impedance Measurement Products (1)
- Digitizers (1)
- Generators, Sources, Supplies (1)
- Software (1)
- PXI / AXIe / DAQ & Modular Solutions (2)
- Additional Test & Measurement Products (2)
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