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ThinkRF offers spectrum analyzer with GNSS for mobile situational awareness

September 26, 2018  - By
Photo: ThinkRF

Photo: ThinkRF

ThinkRF Corp., a software-defined spectrum analysis solution provider, has released the ThinkRF R5700 Real-Time Spectrum Analyzer with GNSS.

Unlike other handheld portable spectrum analyzers, the ThinkRF R5700 analyzer combines the performance needed to cover the 27-GHz frequency range with the portability and form-factor required to be easily used in a vehicle.

“This solution allows users to conduct advanced analysis in a variety of deployment scenarios, including in a vehicle for drive testing and other mobile testing applications,” said Jasvinder Obhi, vice president of product management and marketing at ThinkRF. “Combined with our application ecosystem, users get a complete mobile situational awareness solution with the best price-performance ratio available on the market.”

To accompany the R5700 analyzer, ThinkRF has also released the ThinkRF P120 vehicular power conditioner. It is designed to provide regulated power to portable equipment while protecting from vehicular power transients This allows spectrum analysis equipment, including all ThinkRF real-time spectrum analyzers, to be powered in standard vehicles via power outlets or directly from the vehicle battery.

According to the company, when combined, the two products enable advanced mobile spectrum analysis and drive testing capabilities for RF engineers and monitoring program managers in government, aerospace and defense, and telecommunications.

The ThinkRF R5700 analyzer and ThinkRF P120 conditioner are available to order immediately.

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Senior Editor Tracy Cozzens joined GPS World magazine in 2006. She also is editor of GPS World’s newsletters and the sister website Geospatial Solutions. She has worked in government, for non-profits, and in corporate communications, editing a variety of publications for audiences ranging from federal government contractors to teachers.

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