Kaltman Creations Invisible Waves RF-intermodPRO


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Kaltman Creations Invisible Waves RF-intermodPRO

RF intermodulation identifier
This software product aids in calculating, predicting and identifying intermodulation interference of wireless devices. The PC-based product refines and simplifies the process of identifying intermodulation distortion (IMD) frequencies in a given RF spectrum and is available as a standalone PC-based software product or as a plug-in option for the Invisible Waves RF Command Center. The RF-intermodPRO graphically displays onscreen the predicted locations of intermod components and assists in the frequency coordination process. Based on the user's selection of transmitter models from a device library or custom inventory list, the software will advise on the best selection of transmitters/frequencies. Additionally, based on Zip Code entry, the software automatically defines and identifies unusable RF spectrum spaced around local DTV channels and other local interference.
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