Monitoring and management of an entire country’s spectrum for thousands of users
Increasing utilization of portions of the bandwidth
Higher data rates for commercial communications are better served with ‘clean’ spectrum
Increasing availability and prevalence of radios for citizens that are used for illegal private networks and jamming
Shared spectrum demands precise monitoring
5G rollout will utilize spectrum at higher frequencies and with legacy licensed and unlicensed users
Interference issues that were previously unseen because of geographical isolation
To address these complex challenges, Digital Global Systems developed SigBASE automated monitoring and signals analysis systems, which are fast to implement, easy to utilize and highly collaborative.
SigBASE automatic signal detect and temporal feature extraction enable 24×7 unattended monitoring with immediate data analysis and system generated triggers and alerts that enable real-time responses to issues.
SigBASE spectrum monitoring platform can be used in permanent, semi-permanent, and transportable deployments. Ruggedized mobile units, which are easy to configure and operate, enable field-based analysis and also support third party software platforms, making spectrum analysis and management more robust and efficient.
Mobile units can also link back to a centralized server, or to additional units across wide geographies through our Connect Anywhere network self-discovery feature. This feature enables the creation of a distributed spectrum monitoring network, unlike anything else currently available.
Data collected on both mobile and fixed units can remain stored on the unit or be efficiently back-hauled to a centralized server for more robust analytics. Our smart backhaul capability ensures the data is sent only when the network is clear.
Spectral displays, showing signal characteristics such as frequency, power, time, and more, can be viewed on remote devices with full command and control from a network operations center. This means engineers don’t have to remain physically onsite, enabling them to view and analyze real-time or historical spectral data, with complete control from wherever they are.
Automated Analysis that intelligently processes signals and alerts to violation of license database for operator action and reporting
A learning engine that continues to fine tune analysis and reported results over time
Processing on the node to limit backhaul requirements
Ability to network all fixed and mobile monitoring units and run reports over multiple units
Concise low power form factor that is suitable for deployment in adverse environments
A unique portal that provides instantaneous look at all alerts and health of nodes
Geolocation through Time Difference of Arrival (TDoA) or Angle of Arrival (AoA) with multiple networked nodes and proper antenna