11.03.2011 10:08 AM
DEV adds signal recording feature to assist satellite industry in reducing interference

The DEV America L-Band Signal Distribution System DEV 2190 now comes with a signal recording function as a standard feature.

The addition of the signal recording feature should help the satellite industry in its efforts to manage and mitigate RF interference.

The DEV 2190 is a next-generation L-Band signal distribution and management appliance that is well suited for large satellite ground stations receiving many signals.

DEV's signal recording allows a user to access the RF signal level of any L-Band signal and/or LNB feeder current directly via the Web interface of the DEV 2190. Recorded data are displayed in an easy-to-use graphical user interface and can be exported. The new feature captures signal properties in the input path of the system and records them in user-defined time intervals.



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