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Discover the Performance Advantages of Digital Microwave Sensors at Our Live Webinar: February 8, 1 p.m. EST

January 26th, 2018

Perimeter Defense Webinars

Discover the performance advantages of digital microwave sensors as an advanced alternative to analog sensors for perimeter protection.  Proprietary digital signal processing and specialized detection algorithms maximize intrusion detection probability and immunity to environmental nuisance alarms.

Join Southwest Microwave for the upcoming webinar, “Microwave Sensors: The Advantages of Digital vs. Traditional Analog,” on February 8, 2018 at 1 p.m. EST.

Southwest Microwave introduced the bi-static microwave detection sensor in 1971. Through the years, clients in the highest security environments – including nuclear facilities, prisons, and government / military compounds) – have trusted these sensors as a reliable detection solution for the protection of critical infrastructure and high value assets worldwide. By incorporating superior Digital Signal Processing into our field-proven designs, we have further increased the performance capabilities of our industry leading microwave detection sensors.

Learn how unique high-security detection algorithms, Fresnel zone suppression and alignment path monitoring maximize detection performance and immunity to harmless environmental nuisance alarms within the protected area.

This 45-minute webinar, with time for questions and answers, will look at the technological improvements offered by Southwest Microwave’s digital microwave sensors offer. The presentation will illustrate how these devices provide enhanced detection of intruders, while delivering extremely low false or nuisance alarm rates.  Additionally, site design strategies will be discussed for a variety of variables, ensuring that microwave sensors are configured accurately to ensure the utmost protection.

Led by Southwest Microwave’s experienced representatives Tim Claus and Jeff Drews, sign up today to learn more about protecting your facility’s perimeter layer and critical inner elements using digital microwave technology.