Stratign’s Microwave Link Interception System is a Passive Microwave Monitoring System, which can be used for demodulation, decoding and demultiplexing of radio relay signals.

In a hierarchical telecommunications network, the backhaul portion of the network comprises the intermediate links between the core network, or backbone network, and the small subnetworks at the edge of the network. The most common network type in which backhaul is implemented is a mobile network. Point-to-point microwave systems use directive antennas to focus radio signals like a beam of light and transmit them over line-of-sight distances.
As a result, microwave radio represents a highly effective means of providing long distance service, especially over areas with difficult terrain where the installation of cable is economically or technically impractical. Point-to-Point microwave networks are used by telecom service providers for backhaul communications. Microwaves backhaul is the most used technology by telecom service providers due to a combination of its capability and relative ease of deployment (i.e., no need for trenches/ducting) making it a low-cost option that can be deployed in a matter of days. Most telecom service providers rely heavily rely on microwave backhaul solutions in the 7 GHz to 40 GHz bands, Microwave can be used in LOS or NLOS mode which makes it ideal to be used in a chain, mesh, or ring topology to enable resilience and/or reach.
Stratign’s Microwave Backhaul Interception System is Passive Microwave Monitoring System, which can be used for demodulation, decoding and demultiplexing of radio relay signals. The system provides an automated intercept capability to the operator through the remote-control software, which controls the Antenna, receivers, and the demodulation system through the control workstation. The software also provides access to all the decoded and recorded traffic for online/ offline analysis.

System Features

Synchronous Binary Streams
Process synchronous binary streams of the E1 level (G.732), in the channels of mobile operators.
Generic Framing Procedure
Process five variants of asynchronous binary streams based on GFP (Generic Framing Procedure) ITU-T G.7041.
Microwave Traffic
Designed for Interception and reconstruction of Microwave traffic.
Asynchronous Binary Streams
Process asynchronous binary streams GSM Abis over IP.
Speech Sessions
Listening to speech sessions, viewing text messages.
Sorting by any Parameter
Creation and automatic updating of target objects.
Auto Archiving
Archiving the service information and information content (voice, SMS) of the intercepted sessions to the database.
Communication Sessions
Sorting of communication sessions by any of the available parameters.
Static and Portable Deployment
Can be used for both static and portable deployment depending upon the actual network to be monitored.
Mobile Processing Centres
Equipped with at least 3 laptop based operator workstations for mobile processing centres.
Searching Intercepted Sessions
Access to information about intercepted sessions with the ability to search and filter service information in accordance with the parameters set by the user.

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