The PI 4100 is Potomac's third generation of precision survey instrumentation intended for the direct measurement of electromagnetic field strength in the 520 kHz to 5.1 MHz frequency spectrum. This instrument combines a laboratory quality radio frequency voltmeter, a calibrated, shielded loop antenna, an internal GPS receiver, an internal calibration source, and data acquisition hardware and software in a single rugged package weighing less than 3 kg.
The Model FIM-72A is a portable, laboratory quality Field Strength Meter designed for rigorous field applications. Combining a calibrated half-wave dipole antenna and a highly accurate tuned voltmeter with a range of 140 dB, the FIM-72A is suitable for practically all types of RF emission measurements in the 450 MHz to 960 MHz spectrum.
Borad frequency width: 100MHz to 3.0GHz useful range-High sensitivity: -55 dBm to 0 dBm-Peak Power density: 0.0018mw/m-sq to 0.58 w/m-sq-Dynamic range: 60 dB-Continue wave(AM/FM) and high speed burst RF (GSM,TDMA,CDMA,PCS,Wi-Fi)-3 safety standard range indication-HOLD/MAX function-Large Graphics LCD multi-digit power level display,Histogram, level bar display-Color LED segment
The Lizard is a portable, battery-powered 1 watt CW (Continuous Wave) or modulated (available on certain models) stimulus transmitter used for indoor coverage testing. The Lizard is ideal for WLAN set-up and evaluating network performance. In a typical application, one or more Lizards are placed throughout an area of interest and set on different channels; while measuring and recording field strength using one of BVS's portable signal strength meters such as Champ, Fox, Mongoose or Ultra-Lite.