Parsons Launches Signal Detection, Processing Tech for RF Spectrum Awareness

Parsons Launches Signal Detection, Processing Tech for RF Spectrum Awareness
GreenFish

Parsons subsidiary QRC Technologies has introduced a lightweight user-defined signal tagging technology that is designed to employ artificial intelligence, machine learning and digital signal processing approaches to provide warfighters with radio frequency spectrum awareness.

The company said Tuesday GreenFish can be used by connected force units to identify known and unknown signals and share findings through minimal data transfer.

"The moment GreenFish enters the battlespace, it commences fully autonomous detection and measurement of high-speed-high-pulse count signals providing full insights into the complete digital environment," said Mark Coleman, vice president and general manager of QRC Technologies.

The small form factor spectrum awareness technology also features AI-based signal processing, transferable knowledge base and 3D spectrogram viewer, and offers agile emitter detection and continuous spectrum sampling and learning capabilities.

It can be configured to support electronic warfare, force protection and signals collection efforts.

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