The ability to jam an RF signal effectively is impacted by interference from the jamming signal strength or the distance from the signal transmitter.
HTZ features the ability to check the efficiency of a jammer between an Earth station and a connected satellite (GSO or NGSO). This latest function checks the Earth station’s receiver and the satellite receiver, with each Earth station needing to be connected to a satellite, and the jammer intersecting with the satellite frequencies. HTZ provides the results of these calculations in terms of jamming signal received level and wanted signal received level (J/S) and the jamming signal received level and the thermal noise of the receiver (I/N). All the satellites in the same notice are tested.
For full details of this and other new and improved features in HTZ v.23.6.2, visit the CRM portal.