The Shipovnik 2 device is a simulator of signals issued by unauthorized information pickup systems operating in radio channels. It is designed to test the operational efficiency of radio-monitoring devices and systems used for room inspection and protection, as well as to be used in training experts working in the field of detection of information leak channels.
Shipovnik 2 is a multifunctional device that allows to select various sources and parameters of low-frequency modulating signals:
High-frequency generation is carried out in the following frequency ranges: 144 MHz, 433 MHz, 1.2 GHz, and 2.4 GHz.
The device can operate in different time modes: continuous, single short-time, or repeated (periodic signal) mode.
Shipovnik 2 operation is supervised by a microcontroller. User-defined modes and parameters are specified from the keyboard and displayed at the LCD screen.
Emission power in each frequency range is at least 10 mW. The device power supply is provided by in-built 12 V batteries or via a mains adapter.
|Linear input signal amplitude||0.6 V|
|Maximum allowed linear input signal amplitude||up to 2 V|
|Transmitter power output||at least 10 mW|
|Autonomous operation time||at least 1 hour|
|Narrow-band frequency modulation band width||20 kHz|
|Wide-band frequency modulation band width||200 kHz|
|PROF tuning range||2 MHz|
|NSS band width||2 MHz|
|PROF tuning frequency||100 Hz|
|FM-FM subcarrier frequency||100 kHz|
|FM-FM subcarrier frequency deviation||5 kHz|
|Number of PROF channels||100|
|Linear input channel frequency range||0.1-10 kHz|
|In-built microphone channel frequency range||0.3-6 kHz|