Real-time spectrum analyzer with DPX™ Live RF spectrum display of 125 μs minimum signal duration for 100% Probability of Intercept (POI) and signal classification capability.
The H500/SA2500 Handheld Spectrum Analyzer Series will help you to easily scan, classify and locate signals of interest in the field environment. Scan the environment to discover spectrum events other analyzers will miss, when using the unique DPX® Live RF spectrum display. Classify signals of interest with the built-in, user-defined signal database. Locate signals quickly using the integrated GPS mapping solution. The ruggedized design, with a hot swappable battery, is optimized to help you in the toughest of environments.
|DPX® Live RF Spectrum Display:||Discover events as short as 125 µs with 100% Probability of Intercept (POI).|
|DPX Spectrum Mask:||Capture and act on signals of interest easily with the automatic and editable spectrum mask.|
|Built-in Mapping:||Populate measurement results from signals of interest on a map with the built-in GPS receiver and automated GPS mapping functionality. Easily and simply triangulate on the location of interferers.|
|Signal Classification and Open Signal Database:||Use the provided signal database to quickly identify known signals from unknown signals. Open database structure allows you to easily add new signal types as needed.|
|Built-in Versatile Field Measurements:||Quickly measure common field test parameters such as Spectrum, Spectrogram, Field Strength, Signal Strength, Channel Power, OBW, Audio Demodulation, and more.|
|Tools to Automate Common Tasks:||Automate common tasks like receiver emulation for field use with the macros and programmatic interface.|
|Rugged Design for Field Use:||Use in demanding field environments with the rugged design that is compliant with MIL-PRF-28800F.|
|Extended Battery Life:||Test up to 5 hours with the extended battery life and industry's only hot swap power system.|
|Remote Measurements for Multiple Instruments:||Monitor multiple locations by connecting more than one unit via LAN interface; Ideal for remote control and unattended monitoring stations for spectrum awareness.|