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Clark Johnson:
I'm thinking about investing in a UHF spectrum analyzer.  Does anyone have recommendations?  I don't need any bells or whistles, I just would like to see what's there.

Paul Tucci:

--- Quote from: Clark Johnson on November 29, 2011, 05:00:38 PM ---I'm thinking about investing in a UHF spectrum analyzer.  Does anyone have recommendations?  I don't need any bells or whistles, I just would like to see what's there.

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Mac Kerr:

--- Quote from: Clark Johnson on November 29, 2011, 05:00:38 PM ---I'm thinking about investing in a UHF spectrum analyzer.  Does anyone have recommendations?  I don't need any bells or whistles, I just would like to see what's there.

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As Paul pointed out, software that lets you do a real coordination is even more important that the analyzer for most situations. The analyzer will tell you what's there, but in most cases that is going to be digital TV stations, which you can be notified about by the software, and other show elements of your show, which you can find out about without the analyzer.

A good option in an inexpensive portable analyzer is the TTi PSA-T series. It is easy to use, and easy to read, as opposed to some of its competitors.

The analyzer alone however will not solve all your RF issues, it is frequency coordination that solves the problems, the analyzer just helps you spot unexpected frequencies.

Mac

Alfredo Prada:

--- Quote from: Clark Johnson on November 29, 2011, 05:00:38 PM ---I'm thinking about investing in a UHF spectrum analyzer.  Does anyone have recommendations?  I don't need any bells or whistles, I just would like to see what's there.

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http://www.kaltmancreationsllc.com/invisibleWaves.html

Invisible waves have both handheld and PC based systems, I have not used them yet.

Clark Johnson:
Thanks, this is good stuff!

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