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UAS carrying RF sensors enables enhanced BLoS ISR capabilities - News

November 20, 2023

LISBON, Portugal and CAMBRIDGE, U.K. Uncrewed aerial systems (UAS) provider TEKEVER and RF technology company CRFS completed phase one of their system integration partnership, recently launching the first sub-tactical UAS carrying highly sensitive RF sensors as a payload, able to obtain beyond-line-of-sight (BLoS) images.


CRFS gets U.S. Navy DADMS Approval - Press Release

February 02, 2022

The U.S. Navy has added CRFS’s suite of RFeye spectrum monitoring software to the Department of the Navy Application and Database Management System (DADMS) list. DADMS is the Navy’s authoritative record of software applications approved for use in all Navy and Marine Corps software, equipment and devices.


Spectrum monitoring for distributed networks in hostile environments - Product

July 18, 2016
The RFeye Node 20-6 from CRFS is a spectrum-monitoring system designed for remote deployment in distributed networks, both indoors and outdoors, including in hostile environments. The system is packaged in a compact, rugged, and weatherproof housing that has been optimized to meet size, w...

Military spectrum management & EW challenges driving wireless monitoring tech - Story

January 29, 2016
Designers in the military RF world are faced with evolving challenges such as sharing bandwidth in a crowded spectrum and electronic warfare threats that can adapt faster than legacy EW systems can respond. In this Q&A with Nick Balon, General Manager for CRFS, he discusses how multi-node networks are enabling high-performance spectrum monitoring and how kits that leverage software defined radio (SDR) can reduce latencies when tracking electronic intelligence (ELINT) signals. Edited excerpts follow.

CRFS announces RFeye Nexus wideband receiver modules at DSEI 2013 - News

September 10, 2013
LONDON. CRFS has announced the RFeye Nexus range of modular, wideband receiver modules at the Defence Security and Equipment International (DSEi) conference in London, UK. The RFeye incorporates timing and synchronization features that allow correlation of data between different modules for accurate geo-location of target signals, using Time Difference of Arrival (TDOA) or Power on Arrival (POA) methods.