RF Venue Introduces the RF Explorer Spectrum Analyzer

The RF Explorer is designed for use with wireless microphones and in-ear monitor systems in an increasingly congested wireless RF spectrum. 

RF Venue said the RF Explorer Pro Audio Edition has a 15-2700 MHz wideband scanning range; a 50 ohm BNC input to connect directly to wireless mic antennas, distribution systems or RF over fiber modules and a configurable low noise amplifier and input attenuator.

Presets can be loaded and saved for setup and recall. The device can be connected to a Mac or PC for software control with a range of third party apps, including RF Venue’s Vantage Mac OSX.

The one-click WiFi analyzer mode displays 2.4 GHz channels. It has a 16 hour lithium-ion rechargeable battery and a -120 dB sensitivity and auto-configurable resolution bandwidth (RBW).

The RF Explorer Pro Audio Edition’s easy-to use interface takes the complexity out of RF spectrum analysis for audio, empowering audio engineers and wireless audio system managers to better monitor, manage and configure their systems in today's ever-changing RF spectrum landscape.

A carrying case, UHF band articulating whip antenna and shielded USB cable are included. Price is $499.

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