Radio Management

Fixed Radio Monitoring System

Objects

The CRMS developed the Fixed Radio Monitoring System to enhance its spectrum management capa-
bilities in an increasingly complex environment.

Building

  • - Period : 2005~2008 (4 years)
  • - Quantity of facilities
  •    70 on-site Fixed Radio Monitoring System
  •    18 direction Finding system
  •    1 integrated information system
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Intelligent Radio monitoring System

1.Objects

  • · Frequency Range : 20 MHz ~ 3 GHz
  • · Operation Hours : 24 hours
  • · Functions
  • - Quality measurement of radio waves
    • Measurement of analog + digital, broadband siglnals
    • Measurement of occupied frequency bandwidth and spurious emissions
    • DB management of measured data and voice digitization
  • - Investigation of the usage of frequencies
    • Measurement of occupancy rate, usage rate and occurrence rate
    • Provision of data on recovery and relocation of frequencies
    • Automatic analysis using the statistical analysis system
  • - Investigation of the usage of frequencies
    • Measurement of occupancy rate, usage rate and occurrence rate
    • Provision of data on recovery and relocation of frequencies
    • Automatic analysis using the statistical analysis system
  • - Measurement of the high-speed radio spectrum
    • Execution of monitoring services through visual spectrums
    • Display of licensed/non-licensed bandwidth and frequency bandwidth allocations
    • Automation of noise measurement and analysis function
  • - Monitoring of illegal radio waves
    • Monitoring of up to 1,000 channels and frequency bandwidth
    • Location spotting in conjunction with the direction finding system
    • Acquisition of general information of radio stations through the integrated search of licensed DBs
  • · Developed by the Electronics & Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI)
  • · Manufactured by Samsung SDS and A&D Tech.

2. System Configuration

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3. Data Flowchart

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4. Operation Screen

Operation Screen