BEIDOU INTERCEPTION SYSTEM

BeiDou Interception System

Stratign’s BeiDou interception system is capable of interception of open and closed components of BeiDou communications globally.

The BeiDou Navigation Satellite System (BDS) is a Chinese satellite navigation system which consisted of four satellites (three working satellites and one backup satellite) in the 1st phase and provided an experimental regional navigation system. The satellites were based on the Chinese DFH-3 geostationary communications satellite. Unlike the American GPS, Russian GLONASS, and European Galileo systems, which operate satellites in
the Medium Earth Orbit, BeiDou-1 used geostationary satellites orbit which implies that BeiDou-1 does not require a large constellation of satellites however, with the limitation that the coverage is limited to areas on Earth where the satellites are visible.
BeiDou-2 supersedes BeiDou-1 outright. The new system is a constellation of 35 satellites, which include 5 geostationary orbit satellites for backward compatibility with BeiDou-1, and 30 non-geostationary satellites (27 in medium Earth orbit and 3 in inclined geosynchronous orbit) that will offer complete coverage of the globe once commissioned. BeiDou provides two levels of positioning service: open (public) and restricted (military). The public service is available globally to general users while the restricted services are limited the Chinese Military. In addition to the navigation services, BeiDou provides services of Telemetry, AIS Messages and Short Messages.
Stratign’s BeiDou interception system is designed as a fully passive system which makes use of a 5 channel RF receiver cum demodulator to process signals from the 5 geostationary satellites. The system analyses and processes the information in the BeiDou message processor and is made available to the operators for further analysis and display. The system comes with additional back-end servers where the processed information about AIS, Telemetry, etc. can be stored for later reference and analysis.
The BeiDou Navigation Satellite System (BDS) is a Chinese satellite navigation system which consisted of four satellites (three working satellites and one backup satellite) in the 1st phase and provided an experimental regional navigation system. The satellites were based on the Chinese DFH-3 geostationary communications satellite. Unlike the American GPS, Russian GLONASS, and European Galileo systems, which operate satellites in the Medium Earth Orbit, BeiDou-1 used geostationary satellites orbit which implies that BeiDou-1 does not require a large constellation of satellites however, with the limitation that the coverage is limited to areas on Earth where the satellites are visible.
BeiDou-2 supersedes BeiDou-1 outright. The new system is a constellation of 35 satellites, which include 5 geostationary orbit satellites for backward compatibility with BeiDou-1, and 30 non-geostationary satellites (27 in medium Earth orbit and 3 in inclined geosynchronous orbit) that will offer complete coverage of the globe once commissioned. BeiDou provides two levels of positioning service: open (public) and restricted (military). The public service is available globally to general users while the restricted services are limited the Chinese Military. In addition to the navigation services, BeiDou provides services of Telemetry, AIS Messages and Short Messages.
Stratign’s BeiDou interception system is designed as a fully passive system which makes use of a 5 channel RF receiver cum demodulator to process signals from the 5 geostationary satellites. The system analyses and processes the information in the BeiDou message processor and is made available to the operators for further analysis and display. The system comes with additional back-end servers where the processed information about AIS, Telemetry, etc. can be stored for later reference and analysis.
BeiDou

System Features

Global Interception
Capable on intercepting BeiDou communications globally
Track Movement of Ships
Possible to track the movement of ships/vessels
Targets 5 Geosynchronous Satellites
Uses 5 numbers of 2.4m dish antennas to intercept communications from all 5 geosynchronous BeiDou satellites.
Open and Closed Components Interception
The system can intercept the following information in both open and closed components: Telemetry Data, AIS Messages, Short Messages, Position Data and Terminal ID
Displays the Position
Displays the position of vessel on map based on intercepted positional data or AIS data.
Digital Map
Digital map interface allows intercepted data to be displayed geo-referenced on the map.
Polygonal Tool
Polygonal tool available for marking the area of interest.
Relationship Analysis
Tool to show relationship/link between terminals.

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