Kaltman Creations Invisible Waves X

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Kaltman Creations Invisible Waves X

RF spectrum analyzer

Highlighting the array of new features in Invisible Waves X are: UFO Alert (Unidentified Frequency Objects) to warn of rogue interference, Click to Listen (listen-in to all RF space) and RF Coordinator to identify usable open RF space. Also included are RF Congestion Scale to gauge the severity of local RF and RF Level Alert to warn when any cataloged signals fall below assigned thresholds. Other new features are an RF Event/Alarm Recorder and Logger, and insta-save and recall custom profiles and screen images. At the core of the IWX is an RF spectrum analyzer. When an interesting waveform (transmission) is detected, use the Click to Listen function to aid in identifying the signal; then custom name and catalog the signal into the Master Status Display for continued monitoring including an RF Level Alert. And use the RF Event Recorder to analyze 24 hours or more of RF activity.

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