The lightweight, ultra-wideband, multi-Gigahertz RF imager, which is mounted on the arm and is operated through a miniaturized display, transmits wideband pulses that are directional and can penetrate concrete walls greater than 16 inches thick, the company said.
In the receiver, a pulse detector circuit is employed to capture the reflections from potential targets. Amplitude and delay information are then extracted and processed in an integrated signal processor.
The product also uses advanced signal and image processing algorithms to detect moving targets or the breathing pattern of a person.
"Reduced weight, increased battery life, enhanced user-friendly interface, and providing improved visual perception were the key factors in the design of the Eagle45-W," said Fred Mohamadi, founder and chief executive officer of TiaLinx.
"The disruptive sense-through-the-wall imaging technology from TiaLinx assists the user by enhanced situational awareness and minimizes the sense-to-reaction time significantly."
TiaLinx, Inc. is a privately held company that develops advanced electronic modules with very small form factor, highly integrated functionality and advanced performance for a wide range of military and commercial applications.
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