01.11.2009 10:49 AM
Kaltman introduces broadband RF analyzer

Kaltman Creations has introduced a new handheld RF spectrum analyzer. The Spectran HF60100 shares many features with the company’s successful HF4040 model.

Key specs of the Spectran HF60100 include a broad frequency analysis range of 1MHz-9.4GHz with sensitivity of -130dbm. The unit’s bandwidth resolution is 1KHz with a stability of 0.5PPM and accuracy of +/- 1db.

The HF60100 is sold as a complete analysis kit that includes: HF60100 handheld RF analyzer, optional internal preamp, an SMA stick antenna, a precision handheld log-periodic antenna, AC charger/adapter, mini-tripod stand, 6ft USB cable, PC software and documentation, all in an aluminum carrying case.

Company President Mark Kaltman said, “The timing for this analyzer couldn’t be better with the exponential use of wireless technology and the increased challenges of identifying interference and available frequencies.” Created for RF analysis in situations where an expensive or bulky bench-size analyzer is not reasonable, the HF60100 fills this need at a competitive price.

For more information, visit www.RFAnalyzers.com

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