High Probability of Intercept Receivers

Fast and precise

Rapid detection of high priority RF threats is critical for tactical missions. A high probability of intercept (HPOI) receiver enhances the detection capability of an EW system, shortening the response timeline. Collins Aerospace HPOI receivers are used as a component of SIGINT and EW systems. They can also be used standalone for spectrum and signal monitoring and analysis.

IFMR-6070 instantaneous frequency measurement receiver

Collins Aerospace’s IFMR-6070 IFM receiver is a wideband instantaneous frequency measurement (IFM) receiver and signal processor that receives radar signals across the entire 0.5 to 18 GHz spectrum, resulting in a very high probability of signal detection. Our IFMR-6070 can be used as an HPOI component in SIGINT and EW systems or as a standalone receiver for signal monitoring and analysis.

PRISM-6090 precision intercept spectral monitoring system

Our PRISM-6090 is a high-performance spectral monitoring system that covers a frequency range from 0.5 to 18 GHz with optional coverage to 40 GHz. The wide instantaneous bandwidth, fully digital receiver and ultra-high-speed sweep speed provides the sensitivity and frequency resolution of a digital receiver with the probability of intercept of a staring receiver. It is ideal for spectral monitoring and as a high probability of intercept (HPOI) receiver for rapid intercept and detection of high priority threats.

Learn more about our service solutions

Collins Aerospace offers extensive parts and repair services to meet your mission requirements and keep your equipment operational. We can provide new or used parts, engineering services or tailored performance based programs to support your mission requirements.

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