Telecommunication systems need to be analyzed and maintained. In order to provide top-notch RF signals without interference, experts need to use advanced RF direction finders.
What Is A Direction Finder?
A direction finder is a device that allows users to quickly identify and localize brief, hidden or sporadic interfering signals. As volumes of data increase, the need for reliable wireless systems grows. Wireless systems operate with communications technology, using frequency ranges that can have high interference levels. In order to correct and adjust these complications, operators first need to find the type and source of interference.
Radio direction finding equipment enables users to pinpoint signal interference, select receiver locations, and more. These dependable tools minimize RF interference from reflections and optimize reception. Narda’s SignalShark and other interference hunting products are ideal for this task.
Benefits To Renting Radio Direction Finding Equipment
- Extremely high sweep rates of up to 40 GHz/s (for the Narda SignalShark)
- Instantaneous bandwidth in real-time
- High and reliable localization quality even in urban areas with reflection
- Easy-to-setup devices and user-friendly displays
- Wideband frequency monitoring
- Extremely fast scan rates
- Efficient testing and time-saving applications
- Low power consumption
- Reliable signal detection
Types of Direction Finding Systems
Types of RF interference hunting devices include handheld radio direction finders and spectrum analyzers. Narda has a SignalShark Series, which consists of reliable and user-friendly products with in-depth signal analysis and testing applications. These efficient units are ideal for a variety of testing requirements.
Direction Finding Systems
ATEC offers a complete inventory of Narda direction finding receiver equipment for rent or purchase, and we also calibrate all Narda test equipment. We also carry products from Aaronia and Rohde & Schwarz. You can reach out to an ATEC rental agent today and receive help choosing the best RF direction finder option, based on your testing requirements.