Military communications experts and technicians require handheld portable spectrum analyzers with optimal battery autonomy, minimal weight and an extreme rugged design that can assist them on-site under a variety of challenging conditions.

With an autonomy of more than 4 hours, rechargeable lithium-ion batteries, very compact design (304 x 218 x 83 mm) and weighting only 3.4 Kg, the AtlasNG is ideal for field operations. It is weatherproof and impact resistant thanks to its carrying bag, hard transport case, and tough chassis made of ABS plastic overlayed by an integrated rubber protector.

Military communications solutions


Handheld, man-portable communication testing equipment

Its intuitive menu design and uncomplicated setup offers quick site operation by Electronic Warfare (EW) professionals. Covering the range from 5 MHz up to 6 GHz, it allows spectrum management soldiers to accomplish a wide number of tasks:

  • Implementation of comprehensive radiofrequency site surveys that ensure spectrum awareness, validating the correct use of assigned radio frequencies while detecting and identifying unwanted emissions, as well as helping to troubleshoot and track down EMI (electromagnetic interference) issues that can put in danger or threaten friendly troops.
  • Satellite dish alignment in order to find the right satellite, assessing the quality of the satellite carrier reception so as to guarantee staying locked to it during critical communications.
  • Contribute to the success of medical evacuation (medevac) missions.
Spectrum analyzers for military applications
Military Communication Monitoring Solutions

Military Communication Monitoring Solutions

PROMAX professional spectrum analyzers for 24/7 frequency monitoring tasks are available in rack mount format -a more suitable design for military stationary monitoring bases and mobile units. They are an invaluable tool for military radio engineers:

  • Automatic detection of undesirable emissions from potentially unfriendly sources.
  • User-defined thresholds based over spectral masks or signal, channel or band quality values.
  • Alarm triggering to EMCON (Emission Control) when a potentially harmful signal from enemy forces is arising or a friendly communication is involuntarily exposed.