The Border federal targeted program was launched to protect the borders from the Caspian Sea to the Black Sea. To build the border posts, the Border Service needed the tools for detection of unauthorized border crossing. The principle of the Radiobarrier system operation met their needs. However it required some modifications with regards to specific requirements. The Border Service needed a system with extensive coverage, capable to protect tens of kilometres of the border, collect data and transmit them to a remote post. Such a complicated system required two-way connection with the sensors to enable their remote configuration. Besides, the sensor lifetime before battery replacement had to be increased up to several months.
The Uniscan Research team developed a new concept of the Radiobarrier system. It included a two-way radio channel with a special operation algorithm that made is possible to decrease power consumption and provide years of operation without battery replacement.
The radio channel allowed transmitting a little amount of data both ways with extremely low power consumption. This was accomplished by modifying it for a specific purpose and eliminating the other functions. This autonomous radio channel was a know-how of Uniscan Research.
One more innovation in Radiobarrier-2 was the concept of multi-sensor. Sensors of different type were replaced by a multi-sensor that worked as a seismic sensor, a break-wire sensor and a repeater at the same time. Apart from the multi-sensor, the system included a KOPR portable receiver and a fixed operator panel.
|Chief Developer — Andrey Bryzgalov|
|Manager — Sergey Soloboev|
|Physicists — Viktor Molchanov, Anatoly Kozlov, Sergey Yeremenko|
|Electronic Engineers — Aleksei Lukashov, Anatoly Yatsenko, Maxim Shtyrov|
|Designers — Peter Pavlov, Zoya Okunishnikova|
|Programmers — Pavel Karavaev, Alexey Sterinovitch|