ARIS is a remotely operable ELINT system for interception, recording and analysis of modern and increasingly complex signal environment. It provides an extensive set of high-performance tools for operator-driven ELINT signal analysis.
ARIS combines all ELINT functionalities: search spectrum, real-time spectrum analyser, real-time oscilloscope, pulse analyser, modulation analyser, direction finding and wideband recorder with playback and offline analysis capabilities. These functionalities are all in a single system offering a comfortable user experience.
The system gathers strategic information on non-communication emitters (e.g. radars), including their location, tactics and usage. ARIS intercepts and records previously unknown emitters through spectrum surveillance. The operator can analyse signals and radar modes of operation in real time or from recordings, or the system can run autonomously to identify and record signals for later analysis.
All the functionalities can be accessed and operated either locally at a sensor station or remotely from an operating centre. The system can be used manually for detailed signal analysis or it can run predefined surveillance tasks autonomously to record signals for later analysis. Analysis results are input to the ELINT database.
- Real-time interception, recording and analysis of most modern radar signals
- Centralised operation
- Unbeaten performance and accuracy in spectrum surveillance and pulse processing
- All-inclusive ELINT system for air, sea and ground based sensor platforms
- Gathering strategic information on non-communication emitters, such as radars, their location and usage
- Spectrum surveillance to find and record previously unknown emitters and their waveforms
- Analysing signals and modes of operation of the emitters
- Building library of identifying features of signals
ARIS and ARIS-E together deliver comprehensive tools for strategic and tactical ELINT/ESM for various needs. All the functionalities of ARIS and ARIS-E can be accessed and operated either locally at a sensor station or remotely from an operating center.