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09.02.2005
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
RFS to highlight remote RF analyzer


Caption The new system incorporates 50 configurable inputs and can handle up to 16 transmitters and an antenna system with four main feeders.

Radio Frequency Systems (RFS) has developed a new RF system monitor that will be launched this month at the IBC2005 in Amsterdam.

The new system incorporates 50 configurable inputs and can handle up to 16 transmitters and an antenna system with four main feeders.

The new RF system monitor is used primarily for monitoring forward/reflected transmitter power and for mimic display of U-Link /motorized switch configurations. Beyond this, it has the ability to analyze and store a wide range of collected data for up to three years.

Founded on microprocessor technology, the new RF system monitor measures either peak or true root mean square (RMS) power of complex waveforms. It has the ability to compensate for the effects of temperature variations, and independently evaluate non-linear multi-channel systems.

For more information, visit www.rfsworld.com.

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