HEATR

Direction Finding Systems

Capabilities

- Hostile Emitter Angle Tracker Revised is the primary direction finding (DF) tool for . Locks onto HS locked onto an interrogation device. Standard HEATR systems are now with a Android powered remote for covert operation. Remote allows the user to fully control the HEATR unit and antenna while being hidden.

Limitations and Planning Factors

- COTS provided equipment - Weight: 8 pounds - Detection of signals with a wide signal bandwidth such as GSM, UMTS, CDMA, Paits or Landmark - Due to sensitivity, use in conjunction with Gjaller when entering buildings - The system will operate from an external power source to extend the operational time indefinitely - Not recommended for release to non-US forces

Vendor

Syndetix, Inc.
Founded as a spinoff from New Mexico State University’s Physical Science Laboratory, Syndetix's line of hand-held direction-finding tools is used by “federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies and special operations war fighters worldwide.” — Margot Williams, The Intercept

Protocols

GSM, CDMA, Thuraya Modified systems can include TTL and PTT Requires Multi-Protocol Antennas

Approval

Title 10

Cost: $48,000.00 (w/ antennas)

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