CRFS, a leading manufacturer of spectrum monitoring and geolocation systems, today announced the launch of its Spring Webinar Series. Subject experts from the company will be conducting interactive webinars covering a range of topics of interest to current and potential users of RF spectrum monitoring and geolocation equipment.
Deployable technology to detect, identify and geolocate signals in complex RF environments
At CRFS, we design, build, program and deploy systems and solutions for RF spectrum monitoring, management and geolocation. We serve both defense and homeland security customers as well as the civilian regulatory market.
We believe that the best hardware, software and know-how contributes to our customers’ success. And with that philosophy in mind we have developed some of the most advanced RF sensors available. Our sensors are high performing, compact, rugged and modular, coupled with intuitive software that can turn RF data into actionable intelligence.
It’s not just the products that are high performing – it’s also the people: developers, engineers and scientists with experience within the military, regulatory and research sectors. They understand the challenges facing our customers and work with them to deliver uncompromising solutions.
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