LS OBSERVER - Sensor-based Monitoring and Direction Finding 08.-10.10.2024
The LS OBSERVER system training introduces the features of the LS OBSERVER based monitoring units and the principles of operation as sensor based systems. The course contains the detailed description of the operation of all features and allows the participants to perform practical tasks with the LS OBSERVER system. The service oriented system configuration and architecture, the remote control of measurement units, the measurement data download, multiple geolocation methods, the analysis of measurement results and direction finding techniques will be presented. The participants will have the possibility to use the equipment for practical tasks during the training. Information about maintenance requirements and configuration of the system are also covered by the training.
The training enables the participants to become familiar with the LS OBSERVER monitoring units and the associated software module LSObserver_CMS. They will understand the functionalities, handling the GUI and learn how to perform measurements and analysis with the focus on remote controlled monitoring, geolocation and direction finding. Finally, they will see how a fully integrated spectrum management (e.g. SPECTRAplus) and monitoring system can be managed and be used for combined tasks (e.g. automatic violation detection).
This course is intended for monitoring personal who have a basic knowledge of radio monitoring and geolocation methods and who need to operate LS OBSERVER units for measurement, direction finding and analysis tasks
- Global overview of the LS OBSERVER service oriented architecture
- Typical system and network setup and configuration
- GUI concept and handling
- Wide-band measurements
- Fixed frequency measurements
- Recording of the measurement results
- Direction Finding AoA measurements
- Automatic Violation Detection
- Geolocation with TDoA and GRoA
- DF Time Travel® AoA combination of TDoA, GRoA and AoA results
- Data handling, download from remote monitoring units