Controlling the Electromagnetic Spectrum

November 17, 2021

Whether in theatre or at a test range, an increasing number of electronic devices are used to control the spectrum and ensure readiness on the battlefield. These devices create a multitude of RF spectrum emissions on the ground, air, or sea. It is crucial to monitor and manipulate these RF emissions using spectrum monitoring and security jamming. The data thus received is used for collecting intelligence, mission planning, interface hunting, in-field analysis, building signal libraries, and more. Spectrum monitoring and security jamming applications need high gain, rugged antennas.

ARA has a history of successfully designing and delivering antennas for military and other applications. The SAS family of antennas from ARA are intended for a wide range of applications such as EMC testing, spectrum monitoring, and security jamming. Depending on the application, you can choose from different configurations and options. Some of the important features of these antennas are listed below.

  • Extremely broadband to mission specialized antennas covering full spectrum operations
  • Available in multiple size and weight options to support  a variety of platforms to handheld operations
  • Available as passive units or as active units to support collection and jamming applications
  • Varying Voltage and power output levels to support varying mission requirements
  • Single or multiple outputs to support ancillary devices and multichannel systems

If you're attending the 58th Annual AOC International Symposium at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, we will be featuring our SAS Spectrum Operations antennas at booth #729 .

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