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Kaltman Creations RF-Vue
Tablet RF analyzer
RF-Vue is offered in several versions, but the flagship model is the RF-Vue T10. This handheld unit is integrated into a 10" touch tablet with the full Windows 8 operating system. The T10 covers the standard wireless microphone and IEM frequency range of 470MHz to 700MHz. Additional models are available that offer greater frequency ranges, plus there are standalone RF electronics/software modules for use with user-supplied computers or tablets. The analyzer has full finger navigation functions so the user can pinch, expand-zoom, and slide through the RF spectrum with ease. As a true handheld RF spectrum analyzer, the user can enter any frequency sweep range (within the range of the analyzer), and view the RF spectrum looking for open RF space for channel selections, interference avoidance or interference troubleshooting, all in real-time. The unit features current, average, and peak spectral traces, Touch-to-Listen (listen in to all RF space); a RF Congestion Scale to gauge the severity of local RF, customizable screen markers and insta-save custom profiles.
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