Deva Broadcast DB4004
FM radio modulation analyzer
DB4004 is a second-generation digital FM radio modulation analyzer with an easy-to-read, high-resolution OLED graphical display and ultra-bright bar graph LED 60-segment indicators that allow reading the main signal parameters at a glance. The processing power of the device enables all measurements to be refreshed simultaneously and synchronously, thereby allowing for detailed readings of all the multiplex FM signal components. It supports USB and LAN communication interfaces, allowing flexibility of the remote connection and control of the unit. The built-in FTP system manages the files by an assigned schedule and all the collected information is centralized in a database and can be revised, played back, and sent automatically to the qualified staff if need be. The band analyzer function of the DB4004 presents an overview of all FM signals available, plus the RF signal strength of these stations.
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What the judges had to say:
■ "Tons and tons of measurement capability in 1RU."
■ "It can scan multiple stations and report back."
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