Means for Radio Monitoring Indoor


Remote Indoor Radio Monitoring System


  • System is intended for remote indoor radio monitoring, including:
    • Revealing of unauthorized radio signals and localization of their sources
    • Identification of radio emission sources (RES), assessment of their criticality
    • Localization of radio emission sources
    • Maintenance of RES accounting database
    • Classification of RES according to the accounting database

Typical Configuration:

  • Equipment of central station (up to 4 kits)
    • BUVM-R Remote Module Control Unit with two synchronous paths of digital processing
    • ARC-BUVM Expansion Remote Module Control Unit
    • Control server.
  • Peripheral equipment:
    • Set of remote modules (up to 8 pcs for each BUVM-R or BUVM) with frequency range from 25 to 8000 MHz
    • Set of BUVM Remote Module Control Unit (up to 4 pcs for each BUVM-R)
    • Equipment of reference channel with protected design for outdoor installation (one set for each BUVM-R) with frequency range from 25 to 8000 MHz
  • Control and display unit (operator's AWS) with SMO-DX, SMO-PA, SMO-STA, SMO-ASPD Software Packages

BUVM-RK Remote Module Control Unit and remote module with antenna systems


  • Extension of operating frequency range of peripheral equipment up to 18 GHz
  • ARC-ABS External Hardware-Software Wi-Fi Analyzer
  • ARC-D11 Two-Channel Panoramic Radio Receiver
  • ARC-D1 Multi-Functional Portable Radio Monitoring System
  • ARC-RP3M Handheld Direction Finder
  • SMO-BS Software Packages for Wireless Data Communication System Analysis: БС 3GPP (GSM, UMTS, LTE), БС CDMA (IS-95, cdma2000, EV-DO), БС TETRA, БС TRUNK (DMR, APCO P25), БС Wi-Fi
  • Hardware software analyzer of signal parameters of WiMAX 802.16.е access points

ARC-ABS External Wi-Fi Analyzer


  • Remote control
  • Option of operation as a part of automated spectrum monitoring systems (ARMADA, AREAL etc.)
  • Up to 124 remote modules for installation inside prorected premises
  • Conversion to IF in remote modules will significantly reduce the trunk losses and antenna effect.
  • BUVM-R Control Unit has 8-input standardized switch
  • Tree-structured system of remote module control units provides for cutting down the overall length of RF cables
  • ARC-D11 and ARC-D1 included in the system provide for operative monitoring of the premises, which are not equipped with remote modules
  • ARC-ABS Portable Analyzers ensures analysis of signal parameters and localization of radio emission sources of Wi-Fi wireless networks.
  • ARC-RP3M Handheld Direction Finder can be used for more accurate localization of radio emission sources inside protected premises.

Rack with control and switch units

System Provides:

  • Synchronous analysis of the signals received from any pair of premises, at which remote modules are installed
  • Revealing of unauthorized radio emission sources inside monitored premises
  • Detection of noise-like signals with dynamic frequency-time structure
  • Recording and technical analysis of radio signals, evaluation of their parameters
  • Assessment of hazard degree of revealed radio emission sources
  • Analysis of GSM, IS-95, cdma2000, EV-DO, DECT, TETRA, UMTS, Wi-Fi, WiMAX, LTE, DMR, APCO P25 signal parameters
  • Collecting the information about radio signal parameters in database
  • Localization of radio emission sources inside the protected premises
  • Detection of emissions from monitored objects outdoors (as a part of AREAL System).

Structural Diagram of ARC-D13R

Basic Specifications

Number of premises under control up to 124
Operating frequency range in maximal configuration 9 kHz - 18 GHz
System total sensitivity (wattage of a transmitter in an 8 x 8m room with 99% detection) 50 W

Indoor Radio Monitoring