SOFIC 2012 / ISOF 2012 – SpotterRF Makes Its Debut

SpotterRF is a one-of-a-kind item in that it is the only surveillance radar in existence that will fit in a backpack. SoptterRF weighs a mere 3 pounds for the M80 and 4 pounds for the larger M600C model. The radar operates in the x-band region at 10 GHz and is battery operated. Applications include surveillance, sensors and force protection. The SpotterRF can be mounted in trees, structures, tripods or anything else that will provide a clear line of sight. The unit can also be camouflaged and used as a sensor. The system generates a 90° beam which can be nearly described as a cardioid pattern. When side lobes are considered detection performance is  nearly omnidirectional. For example, three heads pole mounted would give the operator 360° coverage.

If you’re looking at a tool to enhance force protection or surveillance, the SpotterRF may be just the ticket for you.

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