August 22, 2014, by PSW Staff
Saelig Company is now offering the Invisible Waves RF-Vue T10 spectrum analyzer, an RF communications tool integrated with a 10-inch Windows 8 touch tablet.
The RF-Vue T10 covers the standard wireless microphone and IEM (in-ear monitor) frequency range of 470 MHz to 700 MHz. An extended-frequency version, the Invisible Waves RF-Vue T10X, has a frequency range of 40 MHz up to 2.5 GHz, covering all VHF and UHF microphones, IEMs, assisted-listening devices, and remote-control equipment.
The RF-Vue T10 offers easy-to-use finger functions such as pinch, expand zoom, and slide for quickly navigating through the RF spectrum. Users can enter any frequency sweep within the analyzer’s range and view the RF spectrum to locate an open RF space for channel selections, interference avoidance, or interference troubleshooting in real time on-site.
It offers current, average, and peak spectral traces; touch-to-listen (listen in to all RF space); an RF congestion scale to gauge the severity of local RF; customizable screen markers; and saved custom profiles.
Invisible Waves RF-Vue T10 Specifications:
Resolution bandwidth selections: 15 steps from 2 kHz to 3 MHz
Dynamic range: 0 dBm to -130 dB
Max input level: 0 dBm / 1mW or better
Min detect signal (sensitivity): -100dbm (better than)
Accuracy: +/- 2 dB (Typical)
Frequency stability: 0.5 PPM
RF input: 50 ohm, SMA (F) connector
9 inch rubber/swivel antenna - Omni directional (400 MHz to 2.4 GHz)
Audio demodulation: FMW audio output via a 1/8-inch mini audio jack (line level output)
Power: Internal rechargeable LiPO battery or included universal 120/220 volt AC adapter/charger
Battery life: Approximately 4 hours
Touch tablet PC: Dual-core Atom N570 10.1-inch touch LCD, webcam, speaker, WiFi, USB2.0 and VGA ports.
The RF-Vue T10 is a touch tablet RF spectrum analyzer designed specifically for professional wireless audio, although other applications can greatly benefit. It has has an MSRP of $1,750, while the RF-Vue T10X sells for $1995.
Saelig Company, Inc