Would you like to buy the best portable spectrum analyzer?
Here is the fastest portable spectrum analyzer we have tested. It allows you to analyze all types of transmitters working up to 13GHz in only half a second. Make sure you work in a clean environment.
Main features of the professional spectrum analyzer:
- Locates transmitters ranging from 1MHz to 13.44GHz.
- Detects all types of transmissions: analog / digital, audio / video.
- Spectrum sweep in only half a second.
- Internal memory to store the records.
- 2 working modes: silent and audible.
- 6" TFT color screen.
- Up to 4 hours of autonomy
What devices can I detect with the spectrum analyzer?
- All types of transmitters with a range of 1MHz up to 13.44GHz
- Transmitting spy cameras: UHF, VHF, GSM, 3G, 4G, 5G, WIFI, WIFI, Bluetooth.
- Analog and digital transmission cameras.
- Transmission spy microphones: UHF, VHF, GSM, 3G, 4G, 5G, WIFI, WIFI, WIFI, Bluetooth.
- All types of GPS locators and beacons: satellite, 5G transmission, 4G, 3G, 2G, WIFI, Bluetooth.
- Wireless encrypted hidden cameras and microphones.
What is a Spectrum Analyzer and what is it used for?
A spectrum analyzer is an advanced electronic device used to examine the spectral composition of an electrical or acoustic signal. In simpler terms, this device makes it possible to visualize the different frequencies that make up a signal and to analyze their behavior over time. It is an essential tool in various applications ranging from telecommunications engineering to security and surveillance.
The main purpose of a spectrum analyzer is to identify and measure the frequency components of the signal under examination. This is crucial to detect any interference, noise or suspicious activity that may be present in a given environment. In the context of security and surveillance, a spectrum analyzer can be used to:
- Detect listening or recording devices: These devices usually emit signals at certain frequencies that can be picked up by the analyzer.
- Identify spy cameras: Like eavesdropping devices, spy cameras also emit signals that can be detected.
- Locate hidden transmitters: This is especially useful in corporate or government environments where information security is critical.
- Assess the security of a network: A spectrum analyzer can identify weak points in a wireless network, allowing preventive measures to be taken.
How does the acoustic spectrum analyzer works?
This spectrum analyzer has several working modes that make it very easy to use for the user.
The Waterfall (Spectrogram) function displays a full color graphic display in real time of any detected signal to allow you a more detailed analysis. Et is especially useful for analyzing modern digital signals that work on burst (or frequency hopping signals) such as beacon-type GPS locators working over the 5G, 4G, 3G, 2G, WIFI or Bluetooth network.
RF sensitivity can be adjusted in 5 levels: Maximum (-80 dBm), for example, to detect all signals, including those from other adjacent rooms or even outside the building.
TUNE Listen mode
With the push of a button the user can directly tune to any detected signal, view the signal pattern and see the live signal strength (up to -100dBm). If required, the user can also select Wide FM, Narrow FM or AM demodulation and listen to the detected signal through the built-in speaker or headphones. This can be especially useful for identifying spy microphones or eliminating other innocent detected signals, such as radio.
If necessary, the spectral analyzer can perform a "background" scan where it will learn and store the current RF environment. This can be stored and retrieved at any time in the future to compare and see if any new suspicious signals have appeared in the RF environment since the last time it was checked. New signals will be highlighted on the screen for closer inspection.
Provides a more detailed analysis of any detected signals. The more 'persistent' the signal is (the longer it remains detected), its color will change from blue across the color spectrum to red for longer signals present. This can be used to identify persistent signals that might otherwise be hidden in a noisy RF environment.
The Memory Log function means that sweep data can be stored by simply plugging in a USB memory stick. The sweep data will be stored in date and time format and displayed graphically for recall at any time for further graphical analysis.
Technical specifications of the spectral analyzer
- Frequency range: 1MHz - 13.44GHz.
- Detects analog and digital signals.
- Sensitivity: -100 dBm Max.
- Rechargeable battery.
- Autonomy: 4 hours.
- Recharging time: 3 hours.
- TFT screen.
- Size: 223mm x 158mm x 120mm.
- Internal memory
- 1 x Spectrum Analyzer
- 1 x Charging cable
- 1 x Professional rugged case
- 1 x User's Manual in English and Spanish