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2261 - XL Microwave Spectrum Analyzers

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  • Model: 2261
  • Manufactured by: XL Microwave
  • High end frequency limit: 5.88GHz
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  • Extra Specifications: Spectrum Monitor/Analyzer

XL Microwave Analyze-R™ , Model 2261, is an affordable, easy-to-use, application specific, Spectrum Monitor / Analyzer for ISM and U-NII applications in both the 2 & 5 GHz bands. The Analyze-R™ is designed for those doing site spectrum monitoring and analysis, surveying, installing, maintaining, and troubleshooting the latest wireless communication systems in the unlicensed ISM / U-NII bands.

  • Wideband receiver for spread-spectrum signal power measurement and potential interference identification
  • Truly Portable:
    • Battery-Powered, 5–6 hrs. operating time, 3 hours recharge
    • Light Weight (<7 lbs.) including Battery & Back-Pack
  • LCD display showing entire band spectrum (1 MHz resolution) with tuneable marker showing frequency and power (peak hold or average).
  • 4 Selectable Bands: 2.4 GHz (ISM); 5.2 GHz (U-NII-1); 5.3 GHz (U-NII-2); 5.8 GHz (U-NII-3 & ISM).
  • Bands can be swept for power analysis or set to a specific frequency for antenna alignment.
  • Logged data includes: longitude, latitude, received signal level power across band (in 1-MHz steps), date/time, and unit’s model number & serial number. Multiple sweeps may be stored for later download.
  • Unattended Data Recording can now be programmed into the instrument for making measurements at a remote location without personnel being on site.
  • C/I (Carrier to Interference) figure, in dBm, can be automatically calculated to confirm sufficent fade margin for expected link availability. This is the most important link measurement you can make to analyze and resolve multipath and interference issues.
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