Signal hunter

  • 30-Jun-2008 09:15 EDT


Tektronix Communications’ H600 RFHawk is a handheld, digital RF signal hunter solution for the surveillance and security market. The unit combines a spectrum analyzer with intuitive user controls, allowing for the quick and simple classification and location of both analog and digital RF transmissions. Using the device, surveillance engineers can spot and locate illegitimate analog and digital RF transmission sources in the field. The battery-operated, rugged solution provides signal hunting, mapping, and documentation tools. The spectrogram mode allows customers to see the true signal shape through FFT-based spectrum analysis capabilities. Users can log the signals and store geographic reference data per measurement.

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