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NASA chooses RFeye for the Kennedy Space Center

CRFS, a leader in RF spectrum monitoring solutions, has supplied NASA Kennedy Space Center with RFeye real-time signal monitoring, direction finding and geolocation systems. The NASA Electromagnetic Lab (EML) provides ground and flight systems with radio frequency detection, electromagnetic interference troubleshooting, and electromagnetic interference triangulation.Their mission includes 24/7 monitoring of RF emissions across the site to ensure safety and to mitigate undesirable signals interference.


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CRFS signs agreement with Metis Aerospace for airborne platforms

CRFS has entered an agreement with Metis Aerospace to supply RFeye® Nexus receivers for integration into Metis’s HYPERION system for high accuracy airborne and ground based mobile COMINT/SIGINT applications. HYPERION is a lightweight, compact and a cost-effective solution for most air platforms from small UAVs up to multi-mission manned platforms.


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CRFS wins 2013 Queen's Award for Enterprise

CRFS has been named as the winner of a 2013 Queen's Award for Enterprise, International Trade. The award recognizes the success of the company's international strategy in establishing itself as a major exporter of spectrum monitoring and surveillance technology.


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CRFS launches real-time spectrum monitoring and white spaces network

CRFS announces the public launch of its RFeye® real-time spectrum monitoring and white spaces tracking network. This pilot network has been trialled by CRFS initially in Cambridge as part of the Cambridge TV White Spaces trial. CRFS now plans to roll out a larger network in London to coincide with the various major events being held in London in July and August.


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