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Multimedia HF signals database

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We live and breathe SIGINT. Our passion is finding and exposing intelligence that keeps the world turning smoothly. Our mission is to bring the finest tools to today’s SIGINT professionals.

We live and breathe SIGINT. Our passion is finding and exposing intelligence that keeps the world turning smoothly. Our mission is to bring the finest tools to today’s SIGINT professionals.

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  • 1. Multimedia HF Signals Database COMINT Consulting produces a Multimedia HF Signals Database with millions of current records containing unequalled detail of the users of the HF Spectrum today. This database is produced and deliverable in two formats – by monthly CD-ROM subscription or via secure, online access at the customer’s convenience. THE PERFECT COMPANION The Multimedia HF Signals Database is the perfect companion to the Krypto500 signals intelligence for your COMINT mission. Operators will be able to work more rapidly and efficiently, spending more time on targets of interest and being rapidly attuned to environmental changes. THE HF SIGNALS DATABASE IS THE PREMIER SOURCE OF INFORMATION IN TODAY’S COMPLEX HF SIGNALS ENVIRONMENT ALWAYS CURRENT We continuously catalogue and analyze and re-verify EVERY signal decoder and network on the air 24/7, 365 days a year with a globe-spanning network of receivers - both manned and unmanned. Hundreds of new, completely-analyzed entries are made each day, not only to frequencies and signaling systems in use, but to the callsigns and other characteristics of those networks. COMPREHENSIVE EVERY signal is completely documented in the database, with not only technical parameters such as modulation, baud rate or data rate, shift, tone spacing, AutoCorrelation Frequency (ACF), alphabetic coding, compression, data link and other protocols, but also with a graphic showing the power spectrum of each signal - a great reference and training aid! NETWORK DIAGRAMS The Multimedia HF Signals Database’s unique network diagrams show users of ALE, ALIS, SSB voice, other advanced modes or even legacy modes like Morse. Each diagram is kept up to date as new information is received and analyzed. THE PERFECT TOOL In short, the database is a rich, multimedia experience which will be appreciated by experienced analysts and readily usable by less-experienced analysts as well. It contains not only precise details about signaling systems and their parameters, but also: - USERS - OPERATING CHARACTERISTICS - CALL SIGN IDENTIFICATIONS - SIGNAL SAMPLES - SPECIAL CHARACTERISTICS (SOUNDS AND IMAGES TO MAKE SIGNALS IMMEDIATELY RECOGNIZABLE) - NETWORK DIAGRAMS SHOWING THE TOPOLOGY AND HIERARCHY OF VARIOUS ORGANIZATIONS’ NETWORKS
  • 2. PREMIER SOURCE OF INFORMATION The HF Signals Database is the premier source of information in today’s complex HF signals environment. combine this database with Krypto500 and you will get the most sophisticated COMINT tools and analytic insights in the market. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS For the best performance, we recommend the following minimum system configuration: - PENTIUM-CLASS CPU 1 GHZ+ - 30 MB AVAILABLE SPACE ON HD - MICROSOFT ACCESS 2000 OR HIGHER - WINDOWS 98, 98SE, 2000, XP, WINDOWS 7 - MINIMUM SCREEN RESOLUTION 1024 X 768 OR HIGHER RECOMMENDED