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New Hand Held Direction Finder With I/Q Analysis

New Hand Held Direction Finder With I/Q Analysis

Narda Safety Test Solutions has equipped the second generation of its Interference and Direction Analyzer with I/Q analyzer functions. Based on the I/Q data, the device generates high resolution spectrograms, persistence spectrums and time domain displays that were previously only available from high cost laboratory instruments. Radio spectrum interference and impairments can thus be detected and analyzed on the spot.

IDA 2 Antenna Series Set

IDA 2 Antenna Series Set

This set is an expansion of Narda Safety Test Solutions’ IDA 2 Antenna Series. It includes the basic IDA 2 unit, an antenna handle, antennas 1, 2, and 3 from the series, arm support, headphones with a 3.5 mm plug, a carrying strap, an AC adapter, a USB cable, configuration software, a memory card reader, an operating manual, calibration certificates, and a hard shell case.

IDA 2 Antenna Series

IDA 2 Antenna Series

The antennas in the IDA 2 series have been designed for detecting, analyzing, and localizing RF signals. Specifically, they’re used in eliminating faults in mobile telecommunications equipment, tracing interference in industrial plants, securing communications at large events, locating interference transmitters/jammers, localizing SOS beacons, detecting signals in security operations, monitoring signals in border protection settings, and localizing bug transmitters.

Analyzer for the Wireless Range: NRA-6000

Analyzer for the Wireless Range: NRA-6000

The NRA-6000 is a remote controlled spectrum and signal analyzer covering the 9 kHz to 6 GHz range. It’s 1U high and weighs a little less than five kilos. This coupled with its low power consumption (less than 20 VA) make it ideal for mobile systems, or applications with limited space.

Spectrum and Signal Analyzer: NRA-3000 with LNB Control

Spectrum and Signal Analyzer: NRA-3000 with LNB Control

This spectrum and signal analyzer is the LNB control variant of the NRA-3000. It generates the standard control voltages for switching the LNB to a low or high band and to horizontal or vertical polarization. It covers the 5 MHz to 3 GHz frequency range.

Calibration Services in Pfullingen

Calibration Services in Pfullingen

Narda Safety offers accredited calibration of field strength meters in accordance with IEEE standard 1309-2005. Instrument sets are calibrated specific to their area of application with clear and uncomplicated traceability of measurement results to national standard, with the calibration certificates accepted in many countries throughout the world.

Spectrum and Signal Analyzer for Broadcast Applications: NRA-3000

Spectrum and Signal Analyzer for Broadcast Applications: NRA-3000

The NRA-3000 is a spectrum and signal analyzer that has been optimized for use in monitoring centers, remote stations, and vehicles. It covers the 9 kHz to 3 GHz and offers measurement speeds up to 12 GHz/s.

Spectrum and Signal Analyzer for Satellite Communications: NRA-2500

Spectrum and Signal Analyzer for Satellite Communications: NRA-2500

The NRA-2500 covers the 5 MHz to 2.5 GHz frequency range and is ideal for use as a starter model for satellite monitoring and control systems. It’s optimized for use in D-SNG vehicles, teleports, and in maritime applications.

Broadband Radiation Meter: NBM-580

Broadband Radiation Meter: NBM-580

This broadband radiation meter combines multiple-sensor installations in a monitoring/alarm system with up to eight input metering stations for NBM meters and NS3 monitors. It allows central control of multiple field sensors and features touch screen controls, fiber optics and USB inputs, low and high power alarm relays, and IEE-488 or Ethernet connectivity.

Selective Radiation Meter: SRM 3006

Selective Radiation Meter: SRM 3006

The SRM-3006 selective radiation meter is Narda’s second generation, hand-held system for performing narrowband analysis of electromagnetic fields. Unlike a broadband meter, the SRM-3006 has the capability to provide results of individual emitters in an antenna field and also generate a total of all emitters.

ABOUT US

Narda Safety Test Solutions was founded on January 1, 2000. The company is an offshoot of the high-frequency measurement technology operation of the former Wandel & Goltermann group and has been a part of the L-3 Communications technology group since it was founded. The operational field of Narda Safety Test Solutions covers the business segments of RF Safety, EMC, and RF Testing. In all three of these areas, Narda is one of the leading providers of high quality, application tailored measurement solutions. We do not develop any products without first consulting a large number of customers. In this way, we can be certain that the practical know-how of the people on the ground is reflected in our products and will penetrate the market.

One part of the competence of Narda Test Solutions results from extensive high-frequency and microwave know-how gained through years of experience. Highly specialized engineers in our development unit make use of the latest hardware and software tools and materials to ensure that our customers can obtain stable and reproducible measurement data.

In addition to this, Narda has for more than 20 years now cultivated a worldwide, focused network of partners who are responsible for advising our customers and marketing our instruments. We are particularly interested in ensuring that these partners receive regular trained and further technical instruction.

We have become global market leaders with many of our products. We are well aware of the responsibility that this brings. It is our goal to cultivate long-term relationships with our customers and to constantly demonstrate our trustworthiness as a partner through high quality, precise, reliable and long-lasting products.

Quality is the watchword for Narda Safety Test Solutions GmbH and a promise to our customers to live up to their and our expectations for performance and reliability with our products and services.

Our products satisfy specific market requirements and are eminently suitable for the stated field of application. We are able to achieve this standard by consistently including our customers in the process of maintaining our existing range and the development of new products, as well as by constantly enhancing our test and calibration methods, particularly the accredited ones. The calibration laboratory carries out its work according to the processes, specifications and instructions described by the company, regardless of any management directives.

Because we are aware of the risks attached to the supply of possibly defective measuring equipment, no device leaves our factory untested or uncalibrated. Proof of this is kept on file.

We use a management system to ensure the long-term quality of our products and the development capability of our company. This management system describes and defines how we are organized and how we operate, and is the starting point for all improvements. Our management system covers all areas and implements the requirements set out in the ISO 9001/2008 and ISO/IEC 17025 standards.

CONTACT INFORMATION

Narda Safety Test Solutions GmbH

Sandwiesenstrasse 7

Pfullingen, 72793

GERMANY

Phone: +49 7121 97 32 0

Fax: +49 7121 97 32 790

Contact: info.narda-de@L-3com.com

FEATURED ARTICLES

  • How To Use Jammers Effectively
    How To Use Jammers Effectively

    Interfering with or suppressing wireless links is prohibited globally. There are, however, exceptions to this general rule, which always require the official consent of the national telecom authorities. This application note looks at the effective legal application of jammers using a GSM link as an example. The results also give some indication of how to trace illegal jammers.

  • Continuous GSM Interference From Intermodulation
    Continuous GSM Interference From Intermodulation

    This application note discusses a case in which a continuous impairment in the GSM 900 band was affecting a cell phone station’s performance, and how Narda’s IDA 2 interference and direction analyzer was able to help.

  • Capturing IQ Data With NRA And IDA Technical Note
    Capturing IQ Data With NRA And IDA Technical Note

    With the Scope/IQ option, the NRA and IDA instruments allow you to generate IQ data from the received data and display, demodulate, and store them, and transmit them block by block or as a continuous stream via a remote interface. What, though, is the significance of this I/Q data? What are they used for? And, how are they obtained using NRA and IDA?

  • Basic Insights – Safety in Electric, Magnetic, and Electromagnetic Fields
    Basic Insights – Safety in Electric, Magnetic, and Electromagnetic Fields

    This article discusses the basic principles of EM fields, the potential biological effects they can have on the human body, and protective measures one can take to ensure their safety.

  • Measuring and Monitoring Satellite Signals
    Measuring and Monitoring Satellite Signals

    Measuring and monitoring the signals in satellite communications systems is as complex as the tasks of those involved in operating such systems. Satellite operators are normally interested in ensuring that transponder use corresponds to the criteria agreed with users in terms of quality and scope, which also includes the detection of any interference signals. Teleport operators are concerned with making the best possible use of the resources with the communications systems, particularly the space segment. This Application Note describes example measurement principles that cover the above-mentioned applications and for which the NRA range of spectrum analyzers from Narda is particularly suitable.

  • The Signal Beneath The Signal: IDA 2 Makes Payload And Interference Signals Clear
    The Signal Beneath The Signal: IDA 2 Makes Payload And Interference Signals Clear

    Detecting RFI, revealing the causes of interference, locating unauthorized transmitters – all these are tasks performed by modern direction finding equipment. Spectrum analysis and time domain displays give much information about the type of signal, but they don’t reveal everything. They are limited to recording the amplitude versus frequency and / or versus time, and often lose information due to display compression. The full picture is only seen when the measured values are recorded without compression and separated into their real and imaginary components, usually referred to as the in phase and quadrature components, or I/Q for short.