Netline Presents Its New DF Sensor

The company's new DF sensor identifies and locates standard, non-standard, and DIY drones regardless of their spectral signature

Netline Presents Its New DF Sensor

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Netline Communications Technologies Ltd., an Israeli developer and manufacturer of high-end electronic warfare and tactical spectrum dominance systems for defense forces and homeland security agencies, presents its new non-database direction-finding (DF) sensor.

The company claims that its new development is designed to detect all drone threats in the covered area, including non-standard, military, and DIY drones.

The new version of Netline's DF sensor operates based on three detection steps. First, the sensor scans the spectrum for all radio frequencies (RF) in the relevant bands. Next, it separates targets from the noisy spectral environment using a hybrid algorithm. Finally, it tracks the suspicious targets to determine their threat level according to various parameters.

The strategic deployment of two or more DF sensors in the covered area provides users with precise localization capabilities. This is achieved through the intersection of the direction lines from the sensors, ensuring a comprehensive and effective drone detection and localization system.

"Netline is stepping up to meet the growing field demands for a comprehensive system that can identify and locate all potential drone threats," asserts Mr. Shai Palti, Netline's CEO. "As the drone industry evolves, defense forces face new and complex challenges. Netline's new approach provides our clients with a robust solution for detecting, locating, and mitigating every threat in the spectral area, even if it's a new drone with unknown spectral signatures or communication links."

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