Deva Broadcast Radio Explorer II


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Deva Broadcast Radio Explorer II

FM radio analyzer
This simple mobile tool evaluates the FM broadcast band congestion and stores all important radio broadcast parameters in a log file. The built-in FTP system allows downloading and managing of the files through Deva Device Manager Software. The fully DSP-based FM radio frontend tuner utilizes the latest technologies in the DSP processing of the FM signal for field surveys and on site monitoring of station complete signal. With just a click on the button, Radio Explorer turns into a tool for analyzing the signal strength and quality after repairs or setup of new equipment. This cost-effective device can measure RF level, MPX deviation, left and right audio levels, RF field strength, RDS and pilot injection levels. All measurements are visualized on easy to read OLED graphical display.
+359 56 820027
sales@devabroadcast.com
www.devabroadcast.com


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