This latest Beta release corrects a CSV file naming issue specifically related to ThinkRF radio deployment when utilizing the Automatic Export Control (AEC) | OPT AEC feature.
This release is a minor update that provides added support for the Zoom-to-Peak-Time feature. We have now added menu level access support when SOI, MDA, OSL or SBL spectrum flags are enabled on the Real-Time Spectrum Display (RSD). This release requires that the host computer have the v1.41-2 (full installer) release.
This Beta (drop file) release addresses a number of minor bug fixes to the OSL file save mechanism. Minor enhancements were made to the Waterfall Buffer Clear (WBC) cache refresh mechanism and fixed a bug causing intermittent visual display of the WFD break markers.
We are pleased to confirm that the first of our All Things Kestrel | Virtual Classroom Series is scheduled for Wednesday January 20, 2021. This professional development session introduces the topic of Power Line Engineering for the Technical Security Specialist (TSS) | Power Line (PL) Analytics | Tap Capture Plot (TCP) | Advanced Power Line
This latest Beta drop file adds backwards compatibility support for the new Advanced Location Groups (ALG) feature to allow historical project files captured prior to the release of the ALG feature set.
We are pleased to announce several awesome new TSCM features have been included in this latest Beta release. Additional advanced support for our new Global Spectrum Analysis Database (GSAD) includes the ability to import directly from a single and multiple file ZIP format. This release also introduces the first experimental version of our Autonomous Alert
We are pleased to announce that additional Channel Profile Mask (CPM) master files have been added to the technical support area of the website for use with the Kestrel TSCM Professional Software. The CPM files are in CSV format and can be directly imported in the application.
Many professional technical operators conduct Technical Surveillance Countermeasures (TSCM) assignments locally, nationally, and internationally. This often results in unfamiliarity with the ambient RF spectrum environment at the destination. With only a limited time-on-target the operator is at a significant disadvantage in understanding the local spectrum. The Global Spectrum Analysis Database (GSAD) was developed to provide
We are please to announce yet another powerful new industry disruptive software feature, now included in the latest Beta (Drop-In) file v1.42-3DEV release. The new Kestrel Reference Trace (KRT) feature allows the technical operator to save unlimited peak reference traces for any current runtime or historical Kestrel Project File (KPF) spectrum band. Traces are immediately
Happy New Year! It just would not be the start of an exciting a new year without the release of yet more new software features and functionality. We recently announced the release of a new full installer at version v1.41-2 and are now pleased to announce the official release of Beta v1.42-2DEV (Drop-In) extension file.