Length: 2 Days
Print Friendly, PDF & Email

Fundamentals of Communications Intelligence (COMINT), COMINT Training

Fundamentals of Communications Intelligence (COMINT), COMINT Training, Communications Intelligence Training Bootcamp is a customized training course covering all aspects of Communications Intelligence (COMINT) including  Advanced Network Characterization (ANC), SATCOM, UHV/VHF/H, microwave, mmWave, Digital Land Mobile Communication (DLMC), 4G/5G, WiFi, Bluetooth, BLE, IoT, and optical signals are analyzed utilizing the latest technologies and COMINT methodologies in the SIGINT field are discussed.

Learning Objectives

After completing the COMINT training bootcamp, participants will:

  • Discuss the basic and advanced communications intelligence and analysis principles
  • Discuss strategies for safeguarding SIGINT and COMINT approaches
  • Define the roles and responsibilities that support COMINT environments
  • Describe all related fields in COMINT including voice, data, video and SATCOM, UHV/VHF/H, microwave, mmWave, Digital Land Mobile Communication (DLMC), 4G/5G, WiFi, Bluetooth, BLE, and optical signals Evaluate and implement advanced signal processing techniques
  • Analyze, assess, and optimize propagation effects and models for challenging environments
  • Integrate receiver architectures and modern digital signal processing hardware/software
  • Explain principles behind Software Defined Radio (SDR)

Who Should Attend?

Communications Intelligence Analysis training course is designed for engineers, analysts, scientists, project managers, military intelligence professionals, and anyone else who wants to learn about the COMINT, SIGINT, and intelligence analytics.

Principles of Communications Intelligence (COMINT)

  • What is signals intelligence (SIGINT)?
  • Communications Analysis
  • Communications Intelligence (COMINT)
  • Technical and intelligence information
  • Methods to collect  communications intelligence and COMINT
  • Type of signal targeted
  • Tools to collects the raw COMINT
  • From the raw data into intelligence
  • Signals Analysis
  • Steps to achieve collected, processed, and analyzed COMINT

The Fundamentals of COMINT and Signal Analysis

  • Principles behind Geolocation
  • Parameters of receiver platforms, measurement types
  • Requirements for data links and timing sources
  • Role of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) in COMINT
  • The Time, Frequency and Modal Domains
  • Principles behind Time Domain
  • Principles behind Frequency Domain
  • Instrumentation
  • Dynamic Signal Analysis
  • FFT Properties
  • Sampling and Digitizing

COMINT Analysis Technical Principles

  • COMINT Capability
  • Performance of a SIGINT/COMINT system
  • Algorithm selection
  • Software, firmware and hardware architecture
  • Propagation analysis and effects
  • Emitter characteristics
  • Traditional and modern emitter geolocation approaches
  • Analytical tools and algorithms to predict accuracy
  • Commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) -hardware
  • Open system architecture
  • Advanced signal location and exploitation capabilities

COMINT Operational Planning

  • Planning and operations
  • Planning responsibilities
  • Planning consideration
  • Planning and direction
  • Collection
  • Processing and Exploitation
  • Production, Dissemination and Utilization

Workshops and Case Studies

  • An approach to UAV-based Communications Intelligence (COMINT)
  • Principles of sensor and data fusion in COMINT
  • Overview of SDR
  • Overview of 4G and 5G

Request More Information

Please enter contact information followed by your questions, comments and/or request(s):
  • Please complete the following form and a Tonex Training Specialist will contact you as soon as is possible.

    * Indicates required fields

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.

Request More Information

  • Please complete the following form and a Tonex Training Specialist will contact you as soon as is possible.

    * Indicates required fields

  • This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.