The I_RemoteCheck is a remote monitoring program which allows you to monitor, log and display events (detection of unknown signals and/or signals exceeding threshold line) from a single or multiple radio monitoring complexes, located in the same building or in different areas via LAN or the Internet.
The program is most effective in cases where 24/7 simultaneous control of multiple radio monitoring complexes in different locations is required. This will eliminate a need for an Operator to login remotely to each location and check radio monitoring complex's status.
The I_RemoteCheck program is installed on a separate computer and displays the circles of different colours on electronic map ("OpenStreetMap
" is used) or premises plan. Each circle corresponds to one set of radio monitoring complex. The position of the circles shows their actual placement on the map or the premises plan. Operator can identify the state of each complex by the colour of the circles:
- The cyan circle indicates that the computer of the radio monitoring complex is turned on, RadioInspectorRC(RT) is running and connection with I_RemoteCheck is established, but frequency range scanning is NOT PERFORMED.
- The green circle indicates that the computer of the radio monitoring complex is turned on, RadioInspectorRC(RT) is running and connection with I_RemoteCheck is established and frequency range scanning is PERFORMED.
- The red circle indicates that the computer of the radio monitoring complex is turned on, RadioInspectorRC(RT) is running and connection with I_RemoteCheck is established and new signals exceeding threshold line are DETECTED in the RadioInspectorRC(RT) program. An audible alarm can be activated if this event is triggered.
The program logs and displays detection events for all radio monitoring complexes in a notification window. Information for each detected signal event includes receiver id, date, time, detected frequency, signal level (db) and power over threshold (pkWt). New version of I_RemoteCheck allows you to add comments for each monitoring complex and select an antenna (eg. if remote monitoring complex has multiple antenna inputs). Also, we added an ability to install offline maps. It is useful for our customers who have no internet access in their network. Please check out our video on how to install offline maps in I_RemoteCheck and RadioInspectorRC/RT.
I_RemoteCheck program should be installed on the computer which is connected by TCP/IP network (LAN or Internet) to other remote computers with RadioInspectorRC or RadioInspectorRT.
TCP/IP network (LAN or the Internet)
Single channel version is free and available for download