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Co-Site Interference in Control & Command Communication

Co-Site Interference in Control & Command Communication

Command & Control (C2) platforms require multiple RF communications channels to ensure force coordination over long distances. Quite often these critical communication requirements are not met due to self-generated or cosite interference that severely degrades communication range. To ensure this does not happen to your platform, Pole/Zero® can provide a comprehensive evaluation of your platform’s communication performance level, enabling peak operation even in the most dense electromagnetic environments.

Our mission is to assist RF communcations integrators in fielding first time successes.

    Process Analysis Components

  • During the process Pole Zero Engineers will provide Co-Site analysis support for system integration starting to derive platform configuration, analyse your performance requirements and communication scenarios. Based on the gathered information determine and resolve cosite effects on system performance.

  • Interference Analysis Components

  • Pole/Zero®’s Cosite Interference Analysis takes into account several known potential disturbances to your communications like Radio spurious output, Receiver desensitization, Broadband noise, Reciprocal mixing, Simultaneous co-channel operation, Cross modulation and Limited antenna isolation. The dynamic interaction of these phenomenons in your Command & Control (C2) communication architecture can severely hinder your ability to communicate if not properly addressed.

  • Project Goals

  • Whether during the development phase, a communication upgrade or on an existing deployed system, Pole/Zero® will assist your team to ensure optimum performance without the risk of either inadequate interference mitigation or costly overdesign. The end result is a cost-effective solution with maximum communication range!

  • Main Advantages

    Pole/Zero will ensure that your Command & Control (C2) Platform communications are not losing communications range from cosite interference.