R&S®RAMON

Radiomonitoring software

R&S®RAMON
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Key facts

  • Integrated software from manpack to nationwide distributed systems
  • High probability of intercept
  • Highly automated search and multi-channel monitoring
  • Easy networking of radiomonitoring and radiolocation systems
  • Flexible integration into existing customer systems

R&S®RAMON radiomonitoring software

For radiomonitoring and radiolocation systems

R&S®RAMON software is the core component in scalable strategic and tactical intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) systems for various platforms (air/land/sea). It covers a broad range of functions: control of sensor subsystems, collection and analysis of ESM and COMINT data, simplification of routine tasks by translation into automated sequences and control and monitoring of the information flow in a networked system made up of multiple workstations or system sites.

Features & benefits

High probability of intercept

Detection of LPI radio transmissions

State-of-the-art communications systems use various low probability of intercept (LPI) transmission methods to make interception as difficult as possible. R&S®RAMON systems are tailored to handle precisely such signal environments. Their high probability of intercept makes it possible to reliably detect LPI emissions, and to locate and store them for further processing to identify them.

Detection and classification of a frequency hopping signal.
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Detection and classification of a frequency hopping signal.

High degree of automation

Automation of radiomonitoring sequences

R&S®RAMON combines radiomonitoring functions into complex, fully automated sequences. CESM systems can be configured as autonomous threat detectors without any further operator interaction. Time-controlled radiomonitoring in unattended systems/subsystems allows surveillance of radiocommunications signals with regular transmission patterns. Routine monitoring of radio networks, e.g. at defined times of day, can be fully automated, reducing personnel needs.

Example of an automated radiomonitoring sequence.
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Example of an automated radiomonitoring sequence.

Electronic situation picture

Evaluation support and radio network detection

Using powerful algorithms, the software automatically detects radio networks in the intercepted electromagnetic emissions. This enables the automatic creation and display of an electronic situation picture from the data produced by the radiomonitoring system. Using matching algorithms the system can re-identify previously detected radio networks during signal interception.

Display of current situation picture using R&S®Presentation Suite.
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Display of current situation picture using R&S®Presentation Suite.

Powerful postprocessing

Discovering radio signals in the past

Sensor resources in most systems are limited and radio signals detected during live operations may not be classified or produced. R&S®RAMON based systems make it possible to search for radio emissions within wideband FiFo buffers during a specific time window in the past, such as those triggered by an external event. The buffered data allows the use of detection algorithms to search for specific radio signals and provide I/Q for classification and production of the signal content.

Detection results in high-res waterfall
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Detection results in high-res waterfall

Single-source solution

Full scope of functionality – all from a single source

Rohde & Schwarz has developed, produced and supplied complete, turnkey radiomonitoring and radiolocation systems for more than three decades. The company is among the few manufacturers in the world providing single-source solutions and offers a complete portfolio of components (hardware and software) and services (project management, system engineering and user training) essential for the successful operation of such systems.

Customized radiomonitoring systems based on Rohde & Schwarz components.
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Customized radiomonitoring systems based on Rohde & Schwarz components.

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