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Handheld field-strength analyser covers 100kHz to 2.9GHz

07 May 2013

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 UBA 9290

AWT Global recently debut their UBA 9290 battery-operated field-strength analyser. The company's latest handheld analyser covers a frequency range from 100kHz to 2.9GHz with a sensitivity of –117dBm to evaluate even weak RF signals. The device also provides basic spectrum-analyser functionality, which makes it suitable for both wireless field applications and laboratory tasks.

A built-in frequency counter with a separate input allows the UBA 9290 to measure frequencies from 9MHz to 2.1GHz. The analyser has an N connector at the RF input and a BNC connector at the frequency-counter input. Other features include a TFT colour display; attenuator settings of 10, 20, 30, and 35 dB; bar-graph and spectrum-analyser display modes; sweep mode (free run, single run, and squelch run); and memory storage for up to 100 waveforms and measurement settings.

Datasheet for the UBA 9290 analyser can be downloaded here.




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