30MHz-2GHz Near-Field Test Receiver Kit
The 30MHz-2GHz Near-Field Test Receiver Kit includes everything you will need to perform near-field sweeps. The included antenna package will help ensure that you have the proper coverage for the wide band receiver, while the N100 FM notch filter will eliminate the interference from FM stations. With the DC car power adapter you can operate and charge the 30MHz-2GHz Near-Field Test Receiver while on the go.
30MHZ-2GHZ NEAR-FIELD TEST RECEIVER
The 30MHz-2GHz Near-Field Test Receiver is used by TSCM (Technical Surveillance Counter Measures) professionals for identifying threats during bug sweeps. It is great at detecting hidden transmitters and then identifying and listening to the frequency captured.
The 30MHz-2GHz Near-Field Test Receiver sweeps the range of 30MHz to 2GHz in less than 1 second, automatically locking on any active FM analog frequency in the near field and demodulating the audio. The two-line LCD displays the frequency of the transmitted signal on one line. On the second line the display may be changed to indicate either decoding of any sub audible tones or codes (CTCSS, DCS, LTR or DTMF) or Signal Strength.
With its amazingly quick measurement speed, the 30MHz-2GHz Near-Field Test Receiver is the most sensitive near-field instrument of its kind. Lock onto normal two way communications from up to 1/4 mile away.
Operation allows for manual VFO tuning, manual skip, frequency lock out, auto or manual hold, and recording of 500 frequencies to memory. The memory register can also include such information as frequency, time, date, signal strength, CTCSS, DCS, LTR, and DTMF.
The 30MHz-2GHz Near-Field Test Receiver “Frequency Blocks” feature allows you to program up to 10 separate frequency ranges. Once programmed, you may choose to either INCLUDE or EXCLUDE each particular block. EXCLUDE is ideal for eliminating strong signals such as FM radio stations, TV stations and Paging towers. You may also want the 30MHz-2GHz Near-Field Test Receiver to only lock onto signals in a particular range, thus setting it for INCLUDE on a programmed frequency range.