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The DDCommandCenter block unites all important functions for establishing a drone surveillance system. Detection includes targets of all kinds, such as drones, remote controls, mobile phones, Blootooth devices and other devices generating radio emission.
Drone Detection Block
The Drone Detection block filters the drone signatures from all incoming spectra and determines their direction and signal strength.
The Histogram block contains the histogram which displays the distribution of the data measured with the Spectran device.
The Spectrum block contains the spectrum diagram which displays user defined traces within the frequency span given by the center frequency and RTBW span.
The Waterfall block contains the waterfall diagram which displays the data measured with the Spectran device over time (Y axis). The X axis contains the frequencies given by center frequency and RTBW span.
Spectran V5 Block
The Spectran V5 block contains the configuration of a Spectran V5 device. If more than one device present, every device needs an own Spectran V5 block.
File Reader Block
Using the File Reader block allows the user to read and play previously recorded data. In contrast to the File Source block the File Reader block is especially designed to process the native stream file format. So even for large files memory demands remain low and the reading process is quite fast.
Time Shift Block
With the Time Shift block, measurement data can be recorded and played back with a time delay.
Waterfall 3D Block
The Waterfall 3D block contains the 3D waterfall diagram which displays the data measured with the Spectran device over time in a 3D representation. The data consist of the measured power values with respect to the frequency range, which is specified by the defined center frequency and RTWB span.
Histogram 3D Block
The Histogram 3D block contains the 3D histogram which displays the distribution of the data measured with the Spectran device in a 3D representation. The data consist of the measured power values with respect to the frequency range, which is specified by the defined center frequency and RTWB span.
The Sector Waterfall block is used to graphically illustrate the captured signals of all sectors of an IsoLog antenna.
IsoLOG Directional Finding Block
Spectrum Stitcher Block
With the Spectrum Stitcher Block it is possible to combine several frequency measuring ranges (data streams) into one large frequency range.
Spectrum Condition Block
The Spectrum Condition block is used to define conditions in such a way that if signals occur within a user-defined range in the spectrum, the flag of a corresponding condition is set. Samples fulfilling such a condition can be marked in color.
AM/FM Demodulator Block
The AM/FM Demodulator block enables the acoustic replay of audio signals within the FM and AM band. Multiple channels (frequencies) can be monitored or replayed simultaneously.
Multispectral 3D Block
The Multispectral 3D block is used to visualize periodic patterns in the frequency domain. Technically, this is equivalent to an additional FFT analysis after resampling the raw data. Since these are mostly square-wave signals, also the multiples of the basic frequencies (harmonics) are shown in the chart. These can be suppressed optionally. The data consist of the measured power values with respect to the frequency range, which is specified by the defined sample rate.
Channel Power Block
With the Channel Power block the energy can be measured in a given frequency range. This is particularly useful if a channel contains not only a frequency but a frequency range and the energy is to be calculated for the entire range.