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Aaronia SPECTRAN HF Handheld RF Spectrum Analysers available from Measurement Innovation

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Measurement Innovation  supplies SPECTRAN handheld RF analysers from Aaronia AG designed for simplified RF signal measurement.  

Measurement Innovation is the exclusive distributor for all Aaronia products in Australia and New Zealand.  

Every SPECTRAN HF handheld RF analyser is supplied with a HyperLOG log periodic measurement antenna, SMA cable, pistol-grip/ miniature tripod and carry case.  

Models available include: 

  • SPECTRAN HF-2025E (700MHz to 2.5GHz)
  • SPECTRAN HF-4040 (100MHz to 4GHz)
  • SPECTRAN HF-4060 (100MHz to 6GHz)
  • SPECTRAN HF-6060 (10MHz to 6GHz)
  • SPECTRAN HF-6080 (10MHz to 8GHz)
  • SPECTRAN HF-60100 (1MHz to 9.4GHz)
  • SPECTRAN HF-XFR MIL-STD-810F (1MHz to 9.4GHz)

HF series Aaronia SPECTRAN handheld spectrum analysers are precision RF and microwave instruments that provide simplified measurements of RF signals for interference and exposure applications according to international EMI and exposure radiation standards.  

SPECTRAN handheld RF analysers can be used to detect radiation sources in the surroundings in addition to locating their respective frequencies and signal strengths as well as direct display of exposure limits.  

The handheld spectrum analysers find application in railroads, power lines, power plants, electrical appliances and their power cables as well as various high-frequency transmission facilities such as mobile phone transmission towers, mobile phones, repeater sites, WiFi links and radar.  

Significant variation of exposure can occur in the course of the day. Long-term data logging allows recording and analysis of the daily variation of exposure, enabling precise evaluation of actual total exposure.  

This function helps to detect sporadic EMC problems, which would otherwise remain undetected.  

A digital signal processor or DSP performs the highly complex calculations required for exposure limit measurements automatically.   

Aaronia products can be ordered online from the Measurement Innovation website for immediate shipment.

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