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The State of SIGINT – Journal of Electronic Defense article
19 July 2017
JED – the Journal of Electronic Defense is the publication of the Association of Old Crows (AOC), an allied Electronic Warfare and SIGINT professional association.
The article is in the July 2017 issue of JED magazine and has been excerpted below:
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80+ Decoders you can’t get from Go2Decode, R&S, Wavecom…
11 July 2017
Yes, that’s right. With the release of Krypto500 v1.260 and Krypto1000 v1.007 – both later this month, there will now be some 85 decoders you simply cannot get from Wavecom, Hoka, Procitec/Go2Decode or Rohde & Schwarz – they simply do no have them.
An example of this is a new target, operating in the midst of Europe since early June 2017, has a complex network using various FSK and DBPSK burst waveforms – we already have all of them demodulated, decoded and parsed and the will be released to our SIGINT customers this month. Our “competitors” remain completely unaware of this challenging, short-duration (burst), multi-waveform target.
We’re a SIGINT company, not a company with a monitoring or hobby background pretending to be one. We’re compatible with the hardware you use and with data protocols used by SIGINT professionals in Allied countries. If you still need more reasons to choose current, thorough and up-to-date SIGINT software, you can learn more here in these two PDFs: