EW Singapore: Procitec releases new SIGNIT features
Procitec has released new features for its digital signals intelligence processing solutions for the detection, analysis and production of communications signals, the company announced on 11 January.
Go2Decode 5.2 is a tool designed to provide signal analysis, demodulator configuration, decoding and decoder development in a single package. The system’s new features include the addition of a histogram to the analysis display and a combined histogram and harmonic curser.
Go2Decode stores the time of every sample of a received signal. These timestamps should be added at the receiver to be as exact as possible and corrected with every signal processing step if there are changes, such as delays. Timestamps are used to stamp the exact receiving time of the signal in analysis, demodulation and decoding. Overlay is a new way to display signals in the constellation display, showing better results for very noisy or distorted signals.
Additional modes have also been added, and a number of demodulator and decoder improvements have been made, including improved voice decoding, removal of output repetition, and the addition of a new variable FSK asynchrony demodulation.
The company has also made a number of new improvements to its Go2Monitor 4.2 monitoring tool, including enhanced decoding, analysis and classification capabilities. An automatic audio demodulator control has been added in real-time channel and offline audio player, and channel bandwidth has increased from 50kHz to 300kHz. Demodulated symbols can also now be stored in a *.REC file during decoding, and known emitters will be easier to identify with the new ability to match frequencies by name.
A new classifier for ASK2/4 modulation for the V/UHF frequency range has also been added.
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