The Sedona system is a mobile Direction Finding (DF) capability that precisely locates RF signal sources using an Aperture Statistical Imaging (ASI) technique enabled by its multi-channel phase-coherent receiver architecture. The system can operate in ground, marine and airborne configurations.
The system is comprised of the Sedona sensor, an application-specific antenna array and a rugged control station. The control station connects to the Sedona sensor via a standard TCP/IP connection and uses a simple and intuitive Graphical User Interface (GUI) for system configuration, command and status, and the display of map-based location results.
The Sedona Geolocation system can be enhanced to support a variety of mission-specific signals over a broad range of RF frequencies. Sedona hardware can be enhanced to operate as a Time Difference of Arrival (TDOA) sensor node within a network of Leonardo DRS TDOA nodes, providing instantaneous location of targets and leveraging Leonardo DRS’s proven data time tagging and TDOA techniques.