Visitors to the Rohde & Schwarz exhibit at DSEI Japan in Chiba, 18-20 November, will see a range of the company’s next-generation systems, including a comprehensive portfolio of communications and electronic intelligence (COMINT and ELINT) collection and analysis products, the NESTOR cellular network analysis system and dedicated test and measurement solutions addressing the latest challenges in advanced radar and EW systems.
The systems showcased in Chiba are designed to handle challenging signal scenarios and have been field-proven by numerous international armed forces. They are able to intercept, geolocate and analyse modern LPI signals and multifunction radars with complex signal structures. The company’s ELINT concept focuses on operator usability and functionality. The ELINT portfolio incorporates features that support operators in dense signal environments. All ELINT and radar DF systems are capable of data import and export and feature standardised interfaces.
Rohde & Schwarz will also be showcasing its NESTOR cellular network analysis system that supports reconnaissance missions focusing on non-military communications. Features include accurate multitechnology RF measurements for full cellular network insights and automatic RF channel identification.
Another highlight will be the new PR200 portable monitoring receiver, which can be seen via a touchscreen presentation. It is an indispensable tool for regulatory authorities and security organisations, which can use it to search for and analyse known and unknown radio emissions and localise signal sources.