BVS Releases Tablet PC Spectrum Analyzer
METUCHEN, New Jersey.Berkeley Varitronics Systems, Inc, the leader in handheld wireless test tools, releases a new BumbleBee spectrum analyzer featuring a powerful tablet PC interface.
BumbleBee-TABLET is a Windows XP tablet UMPC spectrum analyzer all-in-one system. The calibrated receiver measures a combo of popular wireless bands including Wi-Fi, Wi-MAX, ISM, Bluetooth (additional models support more other frequencies). BumbleBee-TABLET's interface offers a large 7" WVGA LCD touch-screen featuring Intel Pentium processor. In addition, the tablet UMPC has an internal 40GB HDD for instant storage and playback of all captured RF spectral network installation, coverage and interference analysis data in the field. Advanced spectrum analysis features include user selectable power triggers, 3 pairs of markers, spectrogram, histogram, video smoothing, waveform averaging, 1 live trace and up to 4 peak hold waveform traces with peak hold & peak search. Optional interference mapping software is also supported. BumbleBee-TABLET takes the power of sophisticated laboratory spectrum analyzers and delivers it to installers in the field and engineers in the lab. Available now.
BumbleBee is a precision spectrum analyzer series that allows installers, engineers and technicians to measure a variety of bands for network installation, coverage and RF interference analysis. The touch screen allows field engineers to tap on points of interest in the waveform and drill down for further analysis. Advanced spectrum analysis features include unique waveform traces, peak hold/search, and user selectable interference triggers. Optional Direction Finding antenna kits are available for locating and pinpointing specific sources of RF energy interference. BumbleBee allows for on-the-fly switching of bands for realtime spectral analysis of many wireless standards including VoIP, 802.11(b/a/g & Bluetooth), Wi-MAX, cordless phones/video and broadband public safety data networks.