RF Safety
RF safety test equipment is designed to monitor personal safety, area safety and signal integrity threatened by dangerous or excessive levels of non-ionizing radiation. The RF safety test equipment family is composed of several field-sensing devices: personal RF monitors, which are worn on the body and alarm users when radiation levels are too high; RF survey meters, which measure field strength with probes and antennas; field analyzers, stationary units that perform both near and far field measurements; and lastly, area monitors, stationary units designed specifically for continuous monitoring and long-term observation. Similar RF test equipment includes exposure level testers designed for product testing and real-time spectrum analyzers used to localize interfering signals.
  • Personal RF Monitors

    Personal RF monitors are worn on the body to alarm users when electromagnetic radiation levels become dangerous. Designed to be lightweight...

  • RF Survey Meters

    RF survey meters measure electromagnetic field strength to diagnose RF signal integrity and determine the safety of sites surrounding RF radiation...

  • E-Field Probes

    An electric field (E-field) probe is a long, spherical probe-capped wand which detects unsafe levels of RF emissions and gives operators data on...

  • Area Monitors

    Narda area monitors assess electromagnetic radiation levels to protect the general public. Area monitors, also known as radiation monitoring...

  • Spectrum Analyzers

    Spectrum analyzers are fundamental signal analysis tools ideal as rental equipment due to their high prices and varied applications. A spectrum...

  • Interference Analyzers

    Interference analyzers by Narda empower users to pinpoint signal interference, select receiver locations to minimize interference from reflections...