ThinkRF R5700 Real-Time Spectrum Analyzer conducts in-depth analysis with location and time information in a compact and portable form-factor
ThinkRF Corp., the leader in software-defined spectrum analysis solutions, today announced the release of the ThinkRF R5700 Real-Time Spectrum Analyzer with GNSS. Unlike other handheld portable spectrum analyzers, the ThinkRF R5700 analyzer is the only one that 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 Dr. JasvinderObhi, VP Product Management and Marketing. “Combined with our application ecosystem,users get a complete mobile situational awareness solution with the best price-performanceratio 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.
When combined, the two products enable advanced mobile spectrum analysis and drive testing capabilities for RF engineers and monitoring program managers in government, aerospace & defense, and telecom.
The ThinkRF R5700 analyzer and ThinkRF P120 conditioner will be available to order immediately.
ThinkRF is the leader in software-defined spectrum analysis solutions that monitor, detect and analyze complex waveforms in today’s rapidly evolving wireless landscape. Built on patented technology and quality by design principles, the ThinkRF platform offers greater versatility, better performance and additional capabilities for 5G, monitoring, signals intelligence (SIGINT), technical surveillance countermeasures (TSCM), and test and measurement applications. Aerospace and defense companies, spectrum regulators and wireless communications providers use the remotely deployable, PC-driven and easily-upgraded platform to replace traditional lab equipment for wireless spectrum analysis.