Deva Broadcast DB3000


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Deva Broadcast DB3000

FM modulation monitor

The DB3000 FM Modulation Analyzer is a fully DSP-based digital FM demodulator and modulation analyzer. The RF (IF) and MPX signal is digitized as soon as it enters the device, and all signal processing is then made through calculations. This gives the equipment measurement reproducibility over time. Its processing power enables all measurements to be refreshed simultaneously and synchronously, allowing detailed readings of all the multiplex FM signal components. Read main signal parameters at a glance with high-resolution bar graph displays. A built-in oscilloscope representing the observed signal change over time enables you to visualize the most important signals participating in the process of demodulating and stereo decoding. Spectrum analysis is available on the input signal and MPX power measurement supports measurement data history.
+359 56 820027
sales@devabroadcast.com
www.devabroadcast.com


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