Stratign aced at Milipol Paris 2019

Milipol Paris – where 1,005 exhibitors came together from 53 countries to showcase a plethora of offerings – witnessed a whopping 29,000+ visitors across151 countries. Stratign’s participation at the exhibition received an overwhelming response with our range of state-of-the-art defence solutions.

Held between 19th and 22nd November 2019, the exhibition platform was our springboard to showcase our latest technological developments in the field of defence and cyber security; from communication interception systems to the jamming equipment.

Stratign holds an apex position around the globe in Communication Interception, Signal Processing Systems, Communication Jamming and Communication Security Systems. Our team of professionals showcased their adeptness while addressing the queries of the visitors at our booth. Milipol Paris is an exhibition where company across the globe display their innovative products, services and know-how at the leading event for homeland security and safety! Aimed at welcoming government officials, big corporates, financial institutions and more, this exhibition was an ideal platform for Stratign as we were able to meet people who were keen to know more in depth about our products.

Our experts were equipped with all the required skill sets to assist them with their requirements and display functions and features of our products in detail. Within a span of short time, we were able to add to our client-base and offer them a perfect combination of products that fit their requirements.

Milipol Paris has given a good finish to the year and has fueled us all at Stratign to progress ahead with much zest and passion, for a better and brighter tomorrow.

Leading Defence Solutions Provider Stratign Unveils Cutting-edge Defence Equipment at IDEX 2019

Stratign recently participated in the global defence event IDEX 2019 unveiling some of its most innovative defence technology solutions to a diverse International audience. Organized between 17-21 February in Abu Dhabi, UAE; IDEX 2019 witnessed unveiling of a host of technically-advanced defence equipment from various companies across the globe.

Touted as one of the biggest defence expos in the world, the five-day exhibition had some of the most amazing defence technology equipment on display including armoured vehicles, tanks, firearms, a broad range of drones, communication interceptors and more.

The reputed defence solutions provider Stratign leveraged the global platform IDEX to acquire new business opportunities, interact with industry peers and successfully made a powerful presence & impression throughout the five-day defence technology event. Most significantly, IDEX 2019 served the perfect platform for Stratign to showcase its latest solutions developments in the defence technology arena.

A good number of visitors to IDEX 2019 exhibited keen interest in discovering the underlying technology behind Stratign’s state-of-the-art defence equipment. The company’s experts left no stone unturned to precisely explain the comprehensive features & functioning of all equipment on display – something thoroughly appreciated by the event visitors.

Inbuilt Secure GSM Application, Interception systems, and Communication jammers, especially drone jammers, were among Stratign’s most enquired defence technology solutions at the event. Overall, Stratign’s technically-advanced, feature-enriched defence technology solutions received an overwhelming response from the event audience and that included several positive nods to agreement signing during the event.

Stratign already has a strong foothold in the defence technology solutions market and successful participation in IDEX 2019 has indeed served the purpose of solidifying its existing position further. With more defence technology exhibitions aligned ahead this year, the reputed company would be showcasing some more state-of-the-art defence equipment in upcoming months.

Stratign Makes a Rock-solid Impression at the Tri-service Defence Event “Indo Defence 2018”, Jakarta

A leading defence technology solutions provider, Stratign recently participated in Indonesia’s official Tri-service defence event – Indo Defence 2018. The international trade fair for defence technology was held between 7-10 November in Jakarta, Indonesia and involved exhibition of solutions based on Airborne Platform System & Equipment; Command, Control, Communications & Information; Electronic Systems; Sea Based Platforms & Equipment and More.

Throughout the four day event hosted by the Ministry of Defence, Stratign positively influenced the event visitors with its high-tech range of defence equipment and solutions, thereby making a remarkable impression altogether. Cutting-edge interception systems, Inbuilt Secure GSM Application and Communication jammers were among Stratign’s defence technology solutions enquired most by the event visitors.

Since its very first edition, the International trade fair Indo Defence has been providing global defence technology solution providers the ideal platform to showcase their technology solutions to an international audience besides enabling them establish partnerships with Indonesian defence industry firms. Stratign too utilized this promising platform for displaying its robust defence technology solutions to global visitors, thereby enabling the reputed defence equipment provider to attract more new clients this year.

Indo Defence 2018 brought together key decision makers from defence authorities and companies operating in the region. With participation of visitors from 44 global countries, the four day event did prove to be the perfect platform for Stratign to generate sales, establish new business links, exchange views with industry peers and gain superior return on investment.

Promising discussions with potential clients over signing of business deals and the positive response shown by visitors towards Stratign’s offered technology solutions made Indo Defence 2018 a highly successful event for the reputed company. It’s clearly evident now how Stratign emerged as a prominent gainer from Indo Defence 2018 event.


How Can Interception Systems Make Defense System Stronger

Defense technology has evolved over the years with the evolution of technically advanced missiles, fighter jets, war tanks and other innovative ammunition. While these systems enable defense personnel to stay strong at the time of war, there are some other versatile systems strengthening their capabilities at the backend. Communication Interception is a highly sophisticated technology aimed at propelling defense organizations on the path of secured strategic operations. Here, we will learn about its role in strengthening the defense system.

A Host of Communication Interception Systems Available for Defense Organizations to Deploy

With the necessity to monitor various forms of communication over networks, there was a requirement to deploy complex systems that could help attain this desired objective. Evolving out of this necessity, Communication interception systems paved the path for defense & intelligence organizations to retrieve mission-critical information.

A plethora of communication interception systems are available nowadays ranging from the typical GSM/CDMA interception systems to the more sophisticated satellite interceptors like Iridium interception system, Thuraya interception system and ISAT interception system. The satellite monitoring systems are available as stationary systems for instantaneous interception of several satellites signals or these may be deployed as portable solutions too.

Interception System

Communication Interception Systems Boosting Defense Capabilities…

A typical communication interception system operates by detecting, collecting, analysing and finally decoding the signal gained from target network. The robust system comes equipped with a complete suite of signal collection & processing tools to allow defense organizations retrieve information in a decoded format.

The defense & intelligence organizations can further act on the decoded information to make informed decisions and take corresponding suitable actions – be it deploying additional forces in an area or establishing a secure perimeter around a suspected area, or some other tactical move as required.

So, basically, it’s the convenience of extracting the critical information from the malicious communication – be it over cellular, satellites etc. that enables defense organizations to operate more efficiently in a highly challenging environment. Considering the splendid practicality & usefulness of communication interceptors for the defense sector, it can be said that modern communication interception systems are definitely making the defense system stronger.


LAAD security, an international exhibition of security equipment and programs was held in Trans America Expo Centre, Brazil and was perfectly executed from the 10th to 12th of April. More than 100 brands and organizations participated in the 3 days show attracting about 8,000 visitors. Supported by the Public Security Council, public security forces and armed forces, the exhibition was a success.

The participation of Stratign at LAAD Security was a great achievement and an excellent chance to truly display our capabilities in defence technologies, intelligence organization and maintaining national security.

Being one of the leading technology establishments in law enforcement government agencies, we made sure to give every interested visitor a full tour of the organization and provided as much information as possible.

Our high-tech products such as Satellite Interception Systems, Communications jammers, ISAT and IRIDIUM interception system was put on display which seemed to bring a lot of attention. Our technical and sales team was also present during the entire exhibition providing answers to all their questions.

The technology behind the Anti-drone jammers, THURAYA & VSAT interception systems were conveyed to the attendees for a much better understanding of our technology assets.

Overall, the exhibition provided us with a favourable outcome and introduced us to many potential customers worldwide.

SIGINT -Signal Intelligence

SIGINT is abbreviated from SIGnal INTelligence. It is one of the major forms of intelligence. Signals Intelligence satellites are designed to detect transmissions from broadcast communications systems such as radios, as well as radars and other electronic systems. The Interception of such transmissions can provide information on the type and location of even low power transmitters, such as hand-held radios. However, these satellites are not capable of intercepting communications carried over land lines, such as undersea fiber optic cables.

Signals Intelligence (SIGINT) comprises of Communications Intelligence (COMINT), which is directed at the analysis of the source and content of message traffic. While most military communications are protected by encryption techniques, computer processing can be used to decrypt some traffic, and additional intelligence can be derived from analysis of patterns of transmissions over time. Electronic Intelligence (ELINT) is a devoted analysis of non-communication electronic transmissions. This would include telemetry from missile tests (TELINT), or radar transmitters (RADINT).

Signal detection

Even if a signal is human communications (e.g., a radio), the intelligence collection specialists have to know it exists. If the targeting function described above learns that a country has a radar that operates in a certain frequency range, the first step is to use a sensitive receiver, with one or more antennas that capture signals in every direction, to find an area where such a radar is operating. Once the radar is known to be in the area, the next step is to find its location.

If operators know the probable frequencies of transmissions of interest, they may use a set of receivers, preset to the frequencies of interest. These are the frequency (horizontal axis) versus power (vertical axis) produced at the transmitter, before any filtering of signals that do not add to the information being transmitted. Received energy on a particular frequency may start a recorder and alert a human to listen to the signals if they are intelligible (i.e., COMINT). If the frequency is not known, the operators may look for power on primary or sideband frequencies using a spectrum analyzer signals. Information from the spectrum analyzer is then used to tune receivers to the signals of interest. For example, in this simplified spectrum, the actual information is at 800 KHz and 1.2 MHz.


The earliest, and still common, means of direction finding is to use directional antennas as goniometers so that a line can be drawn from the receiver through the position of the signal of interest. HF/DF knowing the compass bearing from a single point to the transmitter does not locate it. Where the bearings from multiple points, using goniometry, are plotted on a map, the transmitter will be located at the point where the bearings intersect. This is the simplest case; a target may try to confuse listeners by having multiple transmitters, giving the same signal from different locations, switching on and off in a pattern known to their user but apparently random to the listener.

Individual directional antennas have to be manually or automatically turned to find the signal direction, which may be too slow when the signal is of short duration.

Traffic analysis

It is the study of who is signalling whom and in what quantity. When locations are known, usage patterns may emerge, and inferences are drawn. Traffic analysis is the discipline of drawing patterns from information flow among a set of senders and receivers, whether those senders and receivers are designated by location determined through direction finding, by addressee and sender identifications in the message, or even MASINT techniques for “fingerprinting” transmitters or operators. Message content, other than the sender and receiver, is not necessary to do traffic analysis, although more information can be helpful.

GSM and CDMA Cellular Interception Technology

Cellular Intercept is the technology used to monitor cell phone calls and cellular communications.

It is possible to listen to a terrorist and/or criminal cell phone calls and gather Communication Intelligence or COMINT on their dark activities. In today’s unstable environment, the need for intelligence information is vital in preventing and combating crime. Of equal importance is the collection of evidence to convict suspected criminals. Nothing supersedes the need to stop criminals before they strike, and bring outlaws to justice.

What are the popular forms of cellular interception? GSM Intercept has become the most popular form of Cellular Interception as GSM Cellular Interception and CDMA interception together targets Cellular Networks. GSM Intercept as the primary form of cellular interception is based upon the fact that networks such as TDMA / AMPS are being replaced by GSM.

CDMA cellular interception would, therefore, be considered as the secondary popular form of cellular interception. CDMA intercept involves the targeting of CDMA Cellular Networks. CDMA interception together with GSM Interception represents the primary and secondary goals when achieving cellular interception. However, cellular interception of TDMA / AMPS is still available depending upon the geographic and demographic setup of the cellular network (this varies from country to country).

Cellular Interception GSM Intercept is tactical off the air GSM Mobile Phone Intercept System, designed as a GSM Intercept and tracks GSM cellular telephone traffic in a local area. GSM Interception for cellular interception of cell phone conversations is legal l intercept tool.

GSM Interceptor equipment is used for GSM interception to gather intelligence on suspected criminals and terrorists. No hard wired connection to the cellular provider is necessary, as the GSM Interceptor can intercept GSM signals off the air.
Optionally, the GSM Mobile Phone Intercept System can be custom built to fit inside of a surveillance van in order to monitor & track multiple conversations. The GSM Interception system can also record real time off air intercept of GSM phone calls for future review. The GSM Intercept is a tactical intercept, enabling the user to pursue suspects in cities, country sides, and while traveling.

Cellular Interception CDMA intercepts, records, and playbacks CDMA cell phone conversations from a CDMA mobile phone network. The CDMA Cellular Monitor is used to monitor and store CDMA cellular phone conversations of suspected criminals, militants, terrorists, and those committing espionage.

The CDMA Intercept also functions as an SMS Intercept, able to capture SMS (short message service) data. The CDMA Intercept is a passive system, in which no signal is transmitted from the cellular interception system. In addition, the CDMA Intercept does not affect the cellular communication between the cellular phone handset and the cellular service provider. Therefore, the cell phone network receives no electromagnetic interference.

This cellular intercept system operates by automatically detecting the strongest signal in a CDMA service area. Working as a mobile phone intercept on global CDMA networks, the CDMA Cellular Monitor also intercepts and control channels on both sides of a conversation through traffic channels.

GSM Intercept System a5.1

The GSM Interception system can break the GSM A5.1 encryption algorithm used in GSM communications during real time operation enabling Stratign to track and monitor the activities of suspected terrorists and criminals. GSM Interception for the A5.1 protocol deciphers the encryption format used to secure GSM A5.1 communications.

It can also operate with the optional Word Identifier used to capture words or phrases from a pre-determined threat database. This can enable us to conduct GSM Cellular Interception of A5.1 and review communications for trigger words, names, and other audio voice codes used by suspected terrorists or criminals.

The Word Identifier is an integrated optional feature that can enhance GSM Interception for COMINT.

VSAT Interception and Logging Infrastructure

Communications Intelligence (COMINT), involving the covert interception of foreign communications, has been practiced by almost every advanced nation since international telecommunications became available. COMINT is a large-scale industrial activity providing consumers with intelligence on diplomatic, economic and scientific developments.

VSAT Interception

The VSAT Interception and Logging system are designed for the real-time collection and traffic analysis of VSAT Satellite Networks. The system provides total traffic (Voice/ FAX, Data and Multimedia) analysis of TDM/TDMA and SCPC DAMA systems.

GSM Communication Interceptor

Throughout the evolution of cellular telecommunications, various systems were developed without the benefit of standardized specifications. This presented many problems directly related to compatibility, especially with the development of digital radio technology. In 1982, The GSM group (“Groupe Spécial Mobile” [French]) was formed to address these problems.

Global System for Mobile Communications (GSM) is the most popular standard for mobile phones in the world. GSM service is used by over 2 billion people across more than 210 countries and territories. Data communication was built into the system from the very beginning. GSM is an open standard which is currently developed by the 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP).

The advantage for network operators has been the ability to deploy equipment from different vendors because the open standard allows easy inter-operability.

Easy inter-operability definitely raises the question of security. Is the system Secure? Can the security be breached?
GSM was designed with a moderate level of security. The system was designed to authenticate the subscriber using shared-secret cryptography. Communications between the subscriber and the base station can be encrypted. The development of UMTS (Universal Mobile Telecommunications System) introduces an optional USIM (Universal Subscriber Identity Module-the 3G equivalent of the GSM SIM), that uses a longer authentication key to give greater security, as well as mutually authenticating the network and the user – whereas GSM only authenticated the user to the network (and not vice versa).

Keeping this in mind, Communication Intelligence groups have been continuously working for developing various systems which can help you intercept any system of mobile communications. One such system is a GSM Interceptor, a system which is compact, innovative and can monitor and log GSM communications in real time.

The GSM Interception system, thus developed, can be configured in any LAN environment to provide a near-exact physical location of the target and to form a Central Interception Station. The system auto-detects, decodes and records telephone conversations, network information into the digital media (magnetic / optical) present in the system. The system provides Interception of Short Message Service (SMS) traffic. The system of GSM Interception is intended for search, interception and registration of cellular signals on standards GSM-900/1800 in stationary or in a mobile variant.
The need of the hour is pointing towards a more descriptive technology of Data Interception.