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COMINT

consulting

and networks
The most typical network topologies
utilizing Krypto500

Krypto500 works well
under Windows and Linux
Krypto500 works well under Windows and Linux - whether on an individual
workstation or a network of hundreds. Krypto500 is completely adaptable
to use on virtually ANY network.

Supervisor

The most typical network topologies in SIGINT
analysis and production centers utilizing
Krypto500.

Unmanned workstation

Manned workstation

Unmanned workstation

Complete flexibility
Complete flexibility means YOUR mission dictates how Krypto500 can be used across your
network. Installations can be both manned and unmanned. Permissions and limitations
can be set. If a analyst is only to process a certain suite of modes, his/her workstation’s
Krypto500 can be utilized in that fashion.

Live input

Input from file

I / Q

Multiple Krypto500 computers can
be on the same network. Each can
receive 3 different types of input.
The only limitation to the number of decoders open from within
Krypto500 is the analyst’s own ability to handle multiple windows at
the same time.

Decoder 1
Decoder 2
Decoder 3

Note that your existing network,
workstations and storage facilities
can be utilized. There’s no need for
more hardware, over-priced soundcards and everything moves at the
speed of your network!

Storage

remote operation
Likewise, in more automated or unattended facilities, Krypto500 can be remotely-controlled and/or set to run on its own: from automatically classifying signals and users
to PRECISE identifications to demodulating, decoding and automatically recording and
saving the results of each process. Krypto500 can also be left to scan and automatically
collect activity of a target network of interest operating on multiple frequencies. See the
Krypto500 datasheet for a complete list of more than 100 supported narrowband and
wideband receivers.

need advice or direction?

We are here to help. And the best thing of all - we will give you an
honest and responsible answer to your questions. Contact us today at
info@comintconsulting.com!

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