Kestrel Advanced Signals Intelligence Database (ASID)

The Kestrel TSCM Professional Software, includes an Advanced Signals Intelligence Database (ASID) feature that includes a Licensing Frequency Database (FDB) and Operator Frequency Database (OFD) capability. The FDB contains the entire official licensing database content for Australia, Canada, and the United States of America. The OFD is a user-defined frequency repository resource that functions in the same way as the FDB technology, providing a uniquely Kestrel TSCM Professional Software overlay of included database frequency content, that is owned and appended by the technical operator. The FDB content files have now been updated to the latest official releases effective August 01, 2021. The FDB file format is proprietary to the Kestrel TSCM Professional Software and provides the expected free-space power calculations, displayed as an overlay and allows the operator to invoke an official license record dialog window, with support for live transmitter site mapping and also produces a static transmitter and receiver reference map for analytical and reporting purposes. Our FDB and OFD technology provides a powerful tool that can be utilized to remove the preverbal haystack from the needle, or removing some previously unknown signal events from the analytical uncertainty, leaving only potentially hostile signal events for a more focused operator analytical approach. The OFD technology provides the same overall capability, with the exception that the database content is totally proprietary to the technical operator and may contain protected or classified frequency details for internal use. The operator is able to invoke key search parameters such as radius, power level and bandwidth to control the number of relative displayed records. A new companion feature database sub-set is also available for download and use. The Global Spectrum Analysis Database (GSAD) is a powerful operator contributed reference-trace database containing Kestrel Reference Trances (KRT) that can be download, and directly imported into an existing runtime Kestrel Project File (KPF) or used during post analysis of a historical project file. The GSAD-KRT files can be referenced to the project files ambient noise floor to address capture off-set variations do to noise floor or attenuation.