Radio Monitoring

Radio Monitoring : Introduction to radiomonitoring, direction finding and radiolocation

on request
Language English
Trainer Peter Lampel
Price on request
Short designation TR308-5E


More and more devices and subscribers, new radio services, and unfettered demand for more and more bandwidth are leading to increasingly dense occupancy of the radio spectrum. Monitoring the radio spectrum is equally important for civil regulatory authorities, the military, and commercial network operators. Along with detection of interference or an unknown signal, determining the location of the interference source or the transmitter is essential. This seminar introduces the participants to the issues of radiomonitoring and explains the operation and application of advanced radiomonitoring receivers. It conveys the basic principles of direction finding and radiolocation, along with the usual DF methods and the necessary equipment. Practical exercises augment the conveyed knowledge.


  • Tasks, methods and tools of radiomonitoring
  • ITU guidelines for radiomonitoring and documentation
  • Measurement functions of a radiomonitoring receiver
  • Methods for direction finding and radiolocation
  • Stationary and mobile direction finding
  • Actual environmental conditions and their influence on direction finding accuracy

Target Group

  • Engineers, technicians and users who ensure the correct use of the radio spectrum and localize signal sources.
  • Duration: 1 day
  • Training location: Munich
  • Language: English