Link troubleshooting is unimaginable without determining the polarization of the antenna first! Learn how to easily verify the polarization of an installed microwave antenna from ground level.
Radio frequency and bandwidth verification from the ground level have been a frequent wish among microwave engineers. It takes only a few minutes to make sure your microwave link perfectly matches your license if you are equipped with Spectrum Compact.
Whether you are watching this video in the office or on top of the tower this step-by-step guide illustrates everything you need to know about the Spectrum Compact line-of-sight verification kit. This personal assistant disguised in a video form will teach you how to perform this typical test without wasting any time.
This live video tutorial shows how a field engineer can troubleshoot and fix the link in no time if he is equipped with a handheld spectrum analyzer.
This tutorial teaches how to align and install a microwave antenna using the SAF Tehnika Spectrum Compact unit. A spectrum analyzer is a necessary tool for precise antenna alignment, ensuring you get the maximum signal strength.
This tutorial shows how to use Spectrum Compact to verify radio configuration and operation before deployment. A few simple steps can save considerable time and money in the field, because the transmitter was made sure to be configured correctly.
Learn quick and easy steps for spectrum analysis. Characterize the frequency, Tx bandwidth, Tx power, polarization and its propagation within the target environment with handheld Spectrum Compact in V-band. Spectrum Compact portable analyzers can be used for measuring WiGig, automotive radars, point-to-point backhaul radios, access points and other products in E-band and V-band.
Spectrum Manager is a free spectrum analysis PC software for Spectrum Compact which provides a variety of functions, such as power-in-band measurement, mask mode and min/max hold. The Spectrum Manager can be used in real-time with a Spectrum Compact device or later with the saved measurement files.
For decades carriers have operated in frequencies that range from 0.6 to 2.7 GHz. The propagation characteristics of these signals are well known, and in all but the toughest issues network quality of service can be managed remotely from a network operations center (NOC).
Commercial drones are changing the way cell tower companies audit and inspect their wireless infrastructure. They enable rapid, repeatable, and safe collection of high-resolution images and video of tower structures and equipment.
Spectrum Compact is the ultimate solution for site auditing from the ground level
SC users are often surprised, how easy it is to do site audits with the SC, to verify installed base of radios and if license conditions are met. It is done from the ground level by pointing a sensor antenna towards antennas on the tower. No need to climb towers or use bulky laboratory-grade equipment.
SAF Tehnika is an official partner of TRX Systems, a leader in GPS location tracking and mapping solutions. The integration of TRX’s NEON® Signal Mapper application with SAF’s hand-held spectrum analyzer provides an ideal solution for professionals who conduct in-building testing of public safety and commercial cellular networks.
The demand for seamless connectivity across all platforms continues to grow. Consumers want to be able to take calls, video chat, and stream music wherever they are, sometimes simultaneously. While providing this bandwidth in an outdoor context has its own set of challenges, ensuring in-building coverage is even trickier with all the varying materials and indoor topography. DAS (Distributed Antenna Systems) is mainly used for densely populated areas – shopping malls, stadiums, large office, government buildings, etc. All these locations require even distribution of network coverage.
In the past two decades, there has been a significant shift the satellite communications industry. The small sat and cube sat revolutions continue to drive down infrastructure costs. The vast amounts of data being generated by “smart” devices in the Maritime, Land, and Energy sectors require reliable links to monitor and maintain critical infrastructure. For Disaster-Recovery, reliable communication is even more important as communities need to be brought back on line and lives can be at stake. These systems are often deployed in harsh and challenging environments, adding to the difficulty of operatoring these critical communications links.