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New trands in Radio communication and monitoring

Radio communication has come a long way since its inception, and with the advent of new technologies, it is constantly evolving. The latest trends in radio communication focus on increasing efficiency, improving security, and maximizing the use of available bandwidth. As radio communication becomes more complex, so too does the challenges for monitoring agencies to ensure that it is being used legally and ethically.

One of the most significant new trends in radio communication is the use of software-defined radios (SDRs). SDRs use digital signal processing techniques to provide greater flexibility and adaptability in radio communication systems. This allows for more efficient use of the available frequency spectrum, as well as the ability to support multiple frequency bands and modulation schemes.

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Radio monitoring is a crucial activity that is carried out by various organizations such as law enforcement, intelligence agencies, and other government bodies. The goal of radio monitoring is to detect and analyze radio transmissions for various purposes, such as national security, emergency response, and spectrum management. In recent years, SDR technology has emerged as a powerful tool for radio monitoring due to its ability to capture and analyze large amounts of data across a wide frequency range.

One of the key advantages of SDR-based radio monitoring is its ability to handle huge amounts of data processing. The technology uses Field Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGA) to perform high-speed processing of large amounts of data, allowing for faster and more accurate detection, identification, and analysis of radio transmissions. This capability has significantly enhanced the effectiveness of radio monitoring activities, especially in situations where quick responses are necessary.

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Moreover, SDR technology enables the fingerprinting of radio stations and forensic determination of transmissions. The technology analyzes unique characteristics of a transmission, creating a "fingerprint" of a radio station or transmission. This makes it possible to identify the source of a transmission and track its movements over time, making radio monitoring more efficient and effective.

Shoghi has developed SDR based radio monitoring and direction-finding solutions to intercept, decode up to 256 radio transmissions simultaneously as well as locate them. All our solutions are equipped with necessary software/hardware module to intercept, decode and decrypt both analogue and digital signals till content level.

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