lynx location system

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lynx location system
LYNX LOCATION SYSTEM
PRECISION GEO-LOCATION
The Lynx Location System (LLS) is a highly portable
wideband geo-location system that locates RF signal
sources using a Time Difference of Arrival (TDOA) technique.
The system is configured with the minimum of three or
more geographically dispersed sensors that are linked
together through a wireless infrastructure (or any TCP/IP
link). The LSS is a flexible platform that can detect a wide
variety of RF signals. It is ideal for persistent monitoring
and tracking missions where unattended operation is
crucial. Whether in a permanent or portable deployment, the
Lynx Location System provides accuracy and coverage area.
The LLS can optionally be configured with tripods, tower
mounting hardware, wireless infrastructure, power sources,
and everything required to setup quickly and to start
generating results.
• Integrated Tuner:
• 20 MHz to 3,000 MHz
• Bandwidth:
• Configurable Bandwidth
• Integrated Time Difference of Arrival (TDOA)
• Signals of Interest (SOI)
• Variety of SOIs
• Wide and Narrow Band
• Intuitive Operator Interface Hosted on Laptop
• Single Operator Interface can control up to 16 sensors
• Externally Taskable
• Accepts external tips
• TCP/IP Interconnect
• Standard TCP/IP Interface
LYNX LOCATION SYSTEM
The Lynx Location System consists of
three interactive subsystems:
• Compact Ruggedized Unattended
(CRU) Sensor
• Control Station
• Communications Network
The CRU sensor integrates a tuner,
collection processor, AM/FM
demodulator and a GPS receiver into
a single rugged compact
environmentally sealed package that
is suitable for a variety of harsh
deployment environments. The Control
Station provides command and
control to the network of up to 16
Remote Sensors through an intuitive Windows®-based
SPECIFICATIONS
Graphical User Interface (GUI). Additionally, the GUI hosts
Frequency range
Signal Solution’s proprietary location algorithms within the
Instantaneous bandwidth
TDOA location engine and also provides the flexibility to host
customer proprietary TDOA/other location algorithms. The
Receiver
Communications Network is TCP/IP and ties the Remote
Sensors to the Control Station using COTS equipment. Since
Receiver sensitivity
the protocol is standard TCP/IP, customer existing infrastructure
can also be used. In the event that no infrastructure is
Sensor power requirement
available, Signal Solutions has an optional mobile cellular
Data interconnect
HSDPA or a fixed 5.8 GHz wireless interconnect.
Operator interface
MOBILE SYSTEM INCLUDES:
• 3 Lynx CRU TDOA sensors
Equipment dimensions
• 20 MHz to 3 GHz operation
• AM/FM demodulator
• Magnetic mount GPS antenna
• 12 VDC powered
Interconnect Options
• All associated high-gain acquisition antennas
• Low Noise Amplifier (LNA) for target of interest
• Rechargeable field power source and conditioner
• All necessary cabling
• Training manual
20 MHz to 3 GHz
Options: (fixed 6 MHz,
fixed 22 MHz, configurable)
Single channel
Varies by bandwidth
(from 3 dB to 12 dB)
1.3 A @ 12 VDC (25 Watts)
TCP/IP (static IP required)
Fully integrated Windows®
application
Varies by configuration
(sensor dimensions
8.5 x 11 x 2 inches)
Wireless point-to-point
radios, mesh-networked
radios, indigenous cell
network infrastructure
(HSPDA), customer specific
communications backhaul
equipment
Operational Modes
Stationary, Geo-on-the-Move
(<40 mph)
Additional System Options
(Priced separately)
battery backup, tripod,
receiver antennas, modular
LNA, solar power, field PDA,
sensor-local hard drive
Specifications subject to change without notice. Copyright © DRS Soneticom 2011. All Rights Reserved.
Export of DRS Soneticom products may be subject to U.S. Export Controls. U.S. Export licenses may be required.
DRS Soneticom
1045 South John Rodes Boulevard West Melbourne, FL 32904 321.733.0400 Fax: 321.733.1841 www.drs-ds.com [email protected]
(ISO 9001:Registered Company)
Cleared by US DoD/OSR for Public Release under OSR case number 10-S-0334 dated 11.19.2009.
DRS SON V3 05/11/11

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