Kaltman Creations Announces Invisible Waves IW1800 PC-Based Spectrum Analyzer

Kaltman Creations has introduced of a new series of PC-based RF spectrum analyzers, specifically designed for the Professional Audio and Video industries, dubbed Invisible Waves. These new analyzers offer automatic charting of open white space (open RF frequency) for use with wireless microphones, in-ear monitors, remote control, etc.

The first in the new series of Kaltman analyzers is the Invisible Waves model IW1800. The IW1800 covers the frequency span of 100KHz to 1.8GHz making it ideal for VHF and UHF analysis and extending into the lower gigahertz ranges. Future models will include the Invisible Waves model IW4000 which will cover the span of 100KHz to 4GHz and the IW7000 covering the frequency span of 100KHz to 7GHz. Resolution bandwidth (RBW) in all models is 1KHz with a typical sensitivity of -120dbm, which places the Kaltman Invisible Waves RF spectrum analyzers right along side top of the line, hardware based models.

The Invisible Waves analyzers seem to answer those requirements with an Automatic White Space Finder that identifies all open RF space within a user-defined range. The White Space Finder even goes as far as to graphically depicting the ideal positioning of your transmitters within the given open space. The analyzers also have very intuitive and very easy to use sweep analysis, (including the ability to split-screen the display into simultaneous broad span sweeps and a zoomed-in view), spectral image printout capability, and extended logging & playback capability. The analyzers are sold as complete kits that include a built-in rechargeable battery pack, AC adaptor / charger, multiple antennas, and a quick USB to PC connection, all enclosed in a pre-configured, laptop sized, high-impact carrying case.

Kaltman Creations’ Invisible Waves IW1800 analyzer kit costs $1,495. More information on the Kaltman Creations Invisible Waves IW1800 analyzer.

Author: FutureMusic

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