Rohde & Schwarz brings next generation solutions to DSEi Japan

Rohde & Schwarz brings next generation solutions to DSEi Japan

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Tokyo. 15 November 2019. Talking points at the show include a comprehensive portfolio of COMINT and ELINT collection and analysis products, the R&S NESTOR cellular network analysis system and dedicated test and measurement solutions addressing the latest challenges in advanced radar and EW systems .

Rohde & Schwarz offers a broad product portfolio at this year’s DSEi Japan. (Image: Rohde & Schwarz)

Rohde & Schwarz will be presenting a comprehensive portfolio at booth A293 at this year’s DSEI Japan, which will take place in Chiba, Japan from November 18 to 20, 2019. As a leading supplier of EW/SIGINT solutions worldwide, the company offers a broad product portfolio optimized for detecting, recording and analyzing modern communications signals (COMINT). The systems showcased in Chiba are designed to handle challenging signal scenarios and have been field-proven by numerous armed forces around the world. These systems are able to intercept, geolocate and analyze state-of-the-art modern LPI signals and multifunction radars with complex signal structures. The company’s electronic intelligence (ELINT) concept focuses on operator usability and functionality. The ELINT portfolio contains many features that support operators in dense signal environments. All of the independent company’s ELINT and radar DF systems are capable of data import and export and feature standardized interfaces.

Rohde & Schwarz will also be showcasing its R&S 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 show highlight is the company’s new R&S PR200 portable monitoring receiver, which can be seen via a touchscreen presentation. It is an indispensable tool for regulatory authorities and security organizations. They can use the portable receiver to search for and analyze known and unknown radio emissions and localize signal sources.

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