RF Explorer is a handheld digital spectrum analyzer, aimed to provide a very affordable tool for work in all ISM popular frequency bands. It is based on a highly integrated frequency synthesizer which offers high performance, compact size, low consumption and low-cost.
It has been designed to be used equally well outdoor and indoor, and can be connected to a Windows PC using standard mini-USB for additional features and higher display resolution.
We also prepared a nice EVA case for RF Explorer, check it out here
Pocket size and light weight
Solid aluminum metal case
Spectrum Analyzer mode with Peak Max and Hold, Normal, Overwrite and Averaging modes
Integrated RF Signal Generator
Lifetime free firmware upgrades available, open to community requested features
High capacity Lipo for 16hs+ of continuous run, rechargeable by USB
Windows PC client Open Source
Can be extended with internal Expansion Modules for additional band and functionality
Frequency band:430-440 MHz
Frequency span: 112 KHz-10 MHz(enhanced to 30 MHz if an Expansion Module is connected)
Graphics LCD 128x64 pixels, great visibility outdoors
PC Windows client supports Windows XP/Vista/Win7 both 32 and 64bits
Backlight for great indoor visibility
Standard SMA 50 ohms connector, a matching antenna is included
Amplitude resolution: 0.5dBm
Dynamic range: -115dBm to 0dBm
Absolute Max input power: +5dBm
Average noise level (typical): -110dBm
RF Generator amplitude: 0dBm to 20dBm
Frequency stability and accuracy (typical): +-10ppm
Amplitude stability and accuracy (typical): +-3dBm
Frequency resolution: 1Khz
Resolution bandwidth (RBW): automatic 2.6Khz to 80Khz
Size: 113x70x25 mm
RF Explorer handling care suggested link: http://www.rf-explorer.com/care
For more information, please visit here.
If you encounter any problems when using this product, please contact rfexplorer(at)arocholl.com for the technical support.
As for the software for RF Explorer series, please click the following logo for more information:
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We deliver Australia-wide with these options:
- $3 for Small Items (4-6 days, not tracked, only available on selected small items)
- $6.95 for Standard Post (2-4 days, tracked)
- $8.95 for Express Post (1-2 days, tracked)
International Orders - the following rates are for New Zealand and will vary for other countries:
- $11.49 for Pack and Track (3+ days, tracked)
- $16.50 for Express International (2-5 days, tracked)
If you order lots of gear, the postage amount might increment based on the weight of your order.
Our physical address:
Unit 18, 132 Garden Grove Parade