Jamming or interference and unauthorised information transmission, whether it is for commercial gain or with criminal or terrorist intent, are unfortunate features of the modern RF landscape.
The ability for regulators and security agencies to rapidly identify the occurrence of interference and locate its source is key to defending against these witting or unwitting attacks.
This paper examines three different approaches to geolocation the use of application-specific masks and post processing of data to enable fast, effective location of unauthorised transmissions.
About the presenters:
Chris Gamgee – Engineering Manager, Vicom
Chris has a wealth of experience in RF design and engineering, including a stint with the Australian Antarctica Expedition. In recent years he has taken a special interest in automating measurement systems and is currently leading Vicom’s programs in geolocation.
David Pearce – Region Program Manager Defence and Aviation, Vicom
David has an extensive background with the RAAF including postings locally and overseas. Since joining Vicom he has led sales and marketing activities related to security in complex RF environments.