intelligence (SIGINT): 1. A category of intelligence comprising,
either individually or in combination, all communications intelligence,
electronics intelligence, and foreign instrumentation signals intelligence,
however transmitted. [JP 1-02] 2. Intelligence derived
from communications, electronics, and foreign instrumentation signals.
Reviews and Comments
special thanks goes to John Catalano of Monitoring
Times' Computers and Radio column for his recent review
of Harvester in the July and August 2005 editions. Here
are a few of the comments that John made about Harvester:
uniqueness lies in its capabilities to store and search
vast amounts of data using complex search methods.
Harvester's structure is similar to an onion. Every top
layer of information reveals a higher degree of detailed
data. And it just keeps going.
is the most complete and detailed radio monitoring database
I have ever used. It is an ambitious, carefully conceived
and well-bahaved database program. As a standalone monitoring
logging database, you cannot find better, perhaps at any
here are just some the comments expressed by Harvester users
from around the world:
"The program is awesome and very detailed, have not
seen such an information gathering system since the 1960's!"
DT, Arizona, USA
was so impressed with the demo and manual, I bought it
immediately. Many thanks"
JC, Oregon, USA
for a great program. I am having a lot of fun experimenting
with it. There is nothing else like it available to the
CD, Colorado, USA
been looking for software with this kind of functionality
for quite a while. You aren't some super secret covert
operation run by GCHQ/NSA are you?"
JD, United Kingdom
"This is the best program I've seen outside of
the Intelligence Community."
Lopez, Baltimore, USA