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This book discusses the architecture of modern automated systems for spectrum monitoring including automation components: technical means for spectrum monitoring, special software and engineering infrastructure. The problems of automated system development for search and localization of unauthorized radio emission sources in open localities, mathematical methods and algorithms for modulation of parameter measurements for wireless communication as well as issues of identification and localization of radio emission sources are considered. Constructive solutions and modern technical means for…mehr

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This book discusses the architecture of modern automated systems for spectrum monitoring including automation components: technical means for spectrum monitoring, special software and engineering infrastructure. The problems of automated system development for search and localization of unauthorized radio emission sources in open localities, mathematical methods and algorithms for modulation of parameter measurements for wireless communication as well as issues of identification and localization of radio emission sources are considered. Constructive solutions and modern technical means for radio monitoring and their application are given. Numerous examples are described for the implementation of automated systems, digital radio receivers and radio direction-finders, analyzers of parameters for GSM, CDMA, LTE, DVB-T/T2, Wi-Fi, DMR, P25, TETRA and DECT signals. Practical implementations of the described methods are presented in applied software packages and in radio monitoring equipment.


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  • Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
  • Seitenzahl: 467
  • Erscheinungstermin: 25.04.2018
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9783319742779
  • Artikelnr.: 52478231
Autorenporträt
Anatoly M. Rembovsky graduated from Moscow Power Engineering Institute (MPEI) in 1966. During 1967-1992 he took part as the responsible designer and then as the design supervisor of the radio electronic equipment of special application. He worked as military designer in Defense Ministry. In 1975 he defended his Ph.D thesis in Engineering at System of the Ministry of Defense (special theme). In 1986 he was awarded the Honorary Inventor of Russia. In 1990 he became the Prize-Winner of USSR Council of Ministers. From 1992 till the present time he is the supervisor of radio monitoring, direction-finding, digital panoramic receiving systems in the field of JSC IRCOS Company on the basis of the orders of Russian enforcement organizations, Russian Federal Service of Custom and Export Control, Radio Checking offices (radio frequency centers), Ministry of Communication, Ministry of Railway Transport, security offices of Russian state and private companies and foreign organizations. In 2003 he defended his Dr. Sc. thesis in theoretical investigations, development and implementation of automated radio monitoring, direction-finding and electromagnetic emission sources identification systems at the Moscow Power Engineering Institute (Technical University) in Moscow. Research interests of Anatoly Rembovsky are concentrated on radio monitoring, radio emission sources direction-finding, digital panoramic radio receivers, signal detection, signal recognition. Anatoly Rembovsky is author of more than 140 publications among which the books, papers in journals, Russian authors certificates and patents on the inventions. Alexander V. Ashikhmin had got the M.Sc. degree in 1986 from Voronezh Politechnical Institute (now Voronezh State Technical University) on theme "Investigations of Cache-memory organization methods influence on the digital signal processing operation speed". At 2004 he had got Ph.D. on theme "Mathematical modeling of the vibrator antenna array for the software-hardware direction-finding complexes with account of the design elements electrodynamic interaction" from Voronezh State Technical University. At 2006 he had got Doctor of Science on the theme "Investigation and design of wideband antennas for radiomonitoring systems" from Bauman Moscow State Technical University. From 1997 till the present time works as the Chief Engineer in IRCOS JSC (Russia). His research interests are concentrated on ultra wide band (UWB) antennas and digital signal processing at radiomonitoring appliance. He published over 100 scientific papers and a number of chapters in specialized monographs.

Vladimir A. Kozmin graduated from Voronezh Polytechnic Institute in 1980. His master thesis was devoted to the theory and practice of digital filters synthesis. He had got Ph.D degree at Moscow Communication Institute in 1989, has defend the dissertation «Research and development of digital signal processing methods for single-sideband modulation radio systems». During 1990-1998 he created the algorithms and software for digital processing of signals for industrial vibro-acoustic diagnostics devices used at Russian railway transport, and for medical devices of functional diagnostic of heart activity. He worked as senior researcher and now is the professor at the Voronezh State Technical University. The following lectures courses have been prepared and delivered: Radio Automatics, Adaptive Radio Engineering Devices and Systems Simulation. From 1997 to the present time he develops projects on spectrum monitoring and direction-finding systems. His primary research interests are in the field of spectrum monitoring systems and technical means. He has more than 200 scientific and educational publications. Now he is working as director on research of JSC IRCOS, Moscow, Russia.

Sergey M. Smolskiy got his M.Sc. in Radio Physics in 1970 Moscow Power Engineering Institute (Technical University) in Moscow, Russian Federation. He completed his Ph.D. thesis in Theoretical Radio Engineering in 1974 at the Moscow Power Engineering Institute (Technical University) in Moscow. His postdoctoral work was carried out in Russia, England (the London Business School). He got the Habilitation in Engineering at three foreign university (Argentina, Brazil, Iran. In the years 1975-88 he worked as Senior Researcher, Head of R&D Lab, Head of R&D Department, Associate Professor, Deputy Vice-Rector on Research, Vice-Rector on International Relations at Moscow Power Engineering Institute (Technical University) in Moscow. Sergey Smolskiy is the Professor of the Department of Generation and Processing of Radio Signals in the Moscow Power Engineering Institute (Technical University) in Moscow. He was also a visiting professor at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China. His research interests are concentrated on radio physics, formation and generation and processing of radio signals, radar systems, short-range autodyne radars, self-similarity in telecommunications, radio monitoring, antennas and electrodynamics, chaotic signals and systems. He is also interested in medical radar applications. In different topics he proposed an original theoretical approaches taking into account the strong correlations among the signals and interference. Recently, he has become interested also in the subject of micro-doppler radar systems and RFID technologies. He published over 330 scientific papers, 16 scientific books and a number of chapters in specialized monographs.

Dr. Sci, Professor Alexander V. Ashikhmin got the M.Sc. degree in 1986 from Voronezh Politechnical Institute (now Voronezh State Technical University) on theme "Investigations of Cache-memory organization methods influence on the digital signal processing operation speed". At 2004 he had got Ph.D. on theme "Mathematical modeling of the vibrator antenna array for the software-hardware direction-finding complexes with account of the design elements electrodynamic interaction" from Voronezh State Technical University. At 2006 he had got Doctor of Science on the theme "Investigation and design of wideband antennas for radiomonitoring systems" from Bauman Moscow State Technical University. From 1997 till the present time works as the Chief Engineer in IRCOS JSC (Russia). His research interests are concentrated on ultra wide band (UWB) antennas and digital signal processing at radiomonitoring appliance. He published over 100 scientific papers and a number of chapters in specialized monographs.
Inhaltsangabe
Acronyms.............................................................................................PrefaceChapter 1. Automated Radio Monitoring Systems forCommunication, Broadcasting and TV Systems1.1 Construction Principles and an Architecture of Automated Systems...........................1.2 The ARMADA Automated Radio Monitoring System..................................................1.3 The Automated System ASU-RChS - World Students Games-2013............................1.4 Conclusions...........................................................................................................Reference ...................................................................................................................Chapter 2. Automated Systems for Unauthorized Radio EmissionRevelation2.1 Introduction2.2 URE Sources and Methods for its Revelation............................................................2.3 AREAL Automated Systems of Radio Monitoring in Restricted District and inObjects.............................................................2.4 Structure and Composition of ARMS AREAL for Typical Implementations2.4.1 Structure, Functions and Composition of ARMS AREAL-12.4.2 Structure, Functions and Composition of ARMS AREAL-22.4.3 Structure, Functions and Composition of ARMS AREAL-32.4.4 Structure, Functions and Composition of ARMS AREAL-42.4.5 Structure, Functions and Composition of ARMS AREAL-52.5 Stages of problem solution for URE source revelation in objects2.6 Technical means and its features in problems of URE revelation2.6.1 Features of stationary and mobile means2.6.2 Features of traveling and portable means2.6.3 The ARC-D15R system for remote radio monitoring2.6.4 The double-channel panoramic radio receiver ARC-D112.6.5 The hand direction-finderARC-RP3M2.7.5. Software for APMS AREAL2.7 URE revelation in objects at external radio monitoring .............................................References..................................................................................................................Chapter 3 The SMO-ARMADA software .............................................3.1 The SMO-ARMADA architecture ..............................................................................3.2 Components of the software system.......................................................................3.3 Radio monitoring subsystem ..................................................................................3.4 Work with registered and reference data ................................................................3.5 Cartigraphic support ..............................................................................................3.6 Data transport arrangement...................................................................................3.7 Event mechanism ..................................................................................................3.8 Measures for report formation................................................................................3.9 Data storing ..........................................................................................................3.10 Data exchange with external systems....................................................................3.11 Administration subsystem.....................................................................................3.12 Upgrade of software medium................................................................................3.13 Self-diagnostic of state.........................................................................................3.14 Conclusions .........................................................................................................References..................................................................................................................Chapter 4 Engineering-technical infrastructure ................................4.1 Control center and points.......................................................................................4.2 Radio monitoring points .........................................................................................4.3 System for data transmission .................................................................................4.4 Channels for data transmission...............................................................................4.5 Conclusions...........................................................................................................References..................................................................................................................Chapter 5 Digital radio receivers and direction-finders ....................5.1 Variants of digital receiver construction...................................................................5.2 Integration of receivers into antenna system...........................................................5.3 Sampling frequency choice.....................................................................................5.4 Formation of quadrature components .....................................................................5.5 Complex digital filtering .........................................................................................5.6 Overdiscretization of the digital signal.....................................................................5.7 Multi-channel narrowband filtering..........................................................................5.8 Direction-finding of small-duration signals ..............................................................5.9 Address direction-finding of digital signals...............................................................5.10 Direction-finding of GSM mobile stations ...............................................................5.11 Direction-finding of Wi-Fi devices ..........................................................................5.12 Direction-finding of DECT devices .........................................................................5.13 Radio receivers of the ARGAMAK-family ................................................................5.14 Digital receiver ARGAMAK-2K................................................................................5.15 Digital receiver ARGAMAK-MN...............................................................................5.16 Measuring receiver ARGAMAK-IS...........................................................................5.17 Radio receiver ARGAMAK-RS.................................................................................5.18 Radio receiver module ARC-CPS3..........................................................................5.19 Automatic direction-finders of ARTIKUL-family.......................................................5.20 Multi-functional radio monitoring station ARCHA-INM.............................................5.21 Traveling measuring station ARCHA-IT..................................................................5.22 Automatic radio direction-finder ARTIKUL-N1.........................................................5.23 Traveling automatic direction-finder ARTIKUL-MT ..................................................5.24 Hand direction finder ARC-RP3M...........................................................................5.25 Carried measuring complex ARK-NK5I...................................................................5.26 Conclusions ........................................................................................................References..................................................................................................................Chapter 6 Measurement of radio signal and interferenceparameters .........................................................................................6.1 Algorithms for measurement of radio signal frequency.............................................6.2 Estimation of central frequency of angular-modulated signals ..................................6.3 Algorithm for central frequency estimation of digital signals .....................................6.4 Measurement of occupied frequency band width on «X dB»-level .............................6.5 Measurement of occupied frequency band width by « b / 2 »-method ........................6.6 Implementation of measuring algorithms ................................................................6.7 Estimation of radio interference intensity6.8 Estimation of radio-frequency spectrum occupation ................................................6.9 Conclusions...........................................................................................................References..................................................................................................................Chapter 7 Localization of radio emission sources .............................7.1 General problem statement and solution.................................................................7.2 Utilization of angular measurements .......................................................................7.3 Empirical methods for angular measurement processing .........................................7.4 Utilization of amplitude measurements....................................................................7.5 Application of difference-ranging measurements .....................................................7.6 Frequency measurement utilization.........................................................................7.7 Use of time mark measurements ............................................................................7.8 Difference-ranging system on the ARGAMAK-IS base...............................................7.9 Location determination system on the ARGAMAK-RS base........................................7.10 Formation of the frequency-time scale of monitoring receivers7.11 ...Non-identity correction of the radio receiver section in difference-ranging systems7.12 Conclusions .........................................................................................................References..................................................................................................................Chapter 8 Monitoring of TV and broadcasting signals.......................8.1 Radio signal analysis of digital TV DVB-T2...............................................................8.2 Peculiarities of DVB-T2 technology .........................................................................8.3 Structure of the DVB-T2 signals..............................................................................8.4 Functional possibilities of the analyzer ....................................................................8.5 Reception of the DVB-T2 signals.............................................................................8.6 An example of analyzer operation with DVB-T2 signals ............................................8.7 Measurement of carrier frequency of the digital TV signal ........................................8.8 Automated multi-channel radio monitoring of TV and broadcasting signals ...............8.9 Conclusions...........................................................................................................References..................................................................................................................Chapter 9 Identification of digital sources of radio emission ..........9.1 Analyzer of GSM, UMTS, LTE basic station signals ...................................................9.2 Analizer of DMR signals........................................................................................9.3 Analyzer of APCO P25 signals .................................................................................9.4 Analyzer of Wi-Fi network parameters and access points .........................................9.5 Analyzed of TETRA signals ...................................................................................9.6 Analyzer of DECT signals......................................................................................9.7 Analyzer of IS-95 and cdma2000 signals ...............................................................9.8 Conclusions...........................................................................................................ReferenceTotal conclusion ..................................................................................Information about authorsIndex