CommsAudit Narrowband Receiver for the signal and intelligence defence and security market 1604124

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DSA 2012 Official Online Show Daily News
The 13Th Defence Services Asia
Kuala Lumpur
, Malaysia
16 - 19 April 2012
 
CommsAudit at DSA 2012
 
 
Monday, April 16, 2012, 05:57 AM
 
CommsAudit Narrowband Receiver for the signal and intelligence defence and security market.
Designed for the signal and intelligence defence and security market, CommsAudit has designed a Narrowband Receiver, the CA7708. At RadCom 2012 (Hamburg, Germany) Dr Iain Scott presented the need for more Narrowband receivers, highlighting the specific capabilities of the CA7708 as an ideal replacement and upgrade for current HF Receivers, both in terms of surveillance and space saving. CommsAudit will be demonstrating their Narrowband Receivers at Defence Services Asia, held in Kuala Lumpa (Malaysia) from 16 – 19 April 2012, on their stand 4P17.
     
Designed for the signal and intelligence defence and security market, CommsAudit has designed a Narrowband Receiver, the CA7708. At RadCom 2012 (Hamburg, Germany) Dr Iain Scott presented the need for more Narrowband receivers, highlighting the specific capabilities of the CA7708 as an ideal replacement and upgrade for current HF Receivers, both in terms of surveillance and space saving. CommsAudit will be demonstrating their Narrowband Receivers at Defence Services Asia, held in Kuala Lumpa (Malaysia) from 16 – 19 April 2012, on their stand 4P17.
     
Current Wideband Receivers can process the entire HF spectrum digitally, however there is the risk of losing “small signals”, which can require analogue filtering. CommsAudit has developed a means to address both these issues.

Mark Minall, Business Development and Sales & Marketing Manager said:

“We’ve seen some significant interest and uptake in our Receivers from differing Ministries of Defence around the world, and have every confidence that the CA7708 can meet the modern military’s need for a Receiver that delivers while being smaller than its competitors. It’s also important to note, that this is not just a trading down on size, but also a significant improvement of service – and one which we hope will prove attractive to the Asian defence market.”

 

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