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3500 Radio Test Set: This RF spectrum analyzer option for the 3500 hand-held 1GHz Radio Test Set allows users to see the signals they are receiving. In addition, the 3500 will have P25 parametric test capabilities by summer 2008, making it even more versatile. Using an advanced Fast Fourier Transform (FFT) algorithm, the 3500 spectrum analyzer option provides an almost instantaneous display of the RF frequency spectrum. It has the ability to measure signal levels down to -136dBm, providing advanced signal analysis in a lightweight platform, weighing less than 8.5lbs. Operation of the 3500 spectrum analyzer includes span ranges of 10kHz to 5MHz and an effective resolution bandwidth as small as 19Hz. Marker functions are available for the user to measure power in a specified bandwidth.
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Guitar Air Cannon: Air Cannons are in action just about every night in arenas and stadiums around the nation and around the world. One recent development provided by Air Cannons is the added convenience of shrink-wrapping the t-shirts so it's more convenient for the shooter to fire more shirts in a shorter amount of time. The company also offer new products that can be shot into the crowd. Air Cannons are used as a marketing tool at events to excite the crowd, but also to brand the event holders, sports team or their sponsors. Besides shooting t-shirts, the air cannons can also shoot other items that include coupons or other branding materials.
Series 69: Designed by Loud's touring sound veterans, Tapco's Series 69 Loudspeakers deliver professional quality at an affordable price. For maximum portability, they are made as compact as possible without sacrificing performance or efficiency. Series 69 Loudspeakers feature premium drivers, PVC vinyl-covered wood enclosures, custom-molded thermoplastic edge bumpers, and bigger sound than any big-name speaker in its class. The Series 69 Passive Loudspeaker family includes the 6912, a 12" two-way system; the 6915, a 15" two-way system; the 6925, a dual 15" two-way system, and the 6918s 18" passive subwoofer.
Combo A Series: This newly developed receptacle accepts both XLR and 1/4" phone plug connectors, offering users both cost and space savings. Based on the A-Series panel cut-out, the smallest available panel mount XLR, it features high packing density and excellent space savings. The new A-Series combo is available in two versions: as a 6-pole vertical receptacle and a horizontal PCB mount receptacle, without switching contacts.
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