Please note: RF Explorer is a very popular product and occasionally certain models are temporarily out of stock — which would be indicated below. Those models usually become available again at the end of each month when we receive a new shipment from the manufacturer. If the model you wish to purchase is currently out of stock you can still place an order today — we will reserve a device for you and your credit card will not be charged until the order is shipped. If you have any questions about the availability of RF Explorer models please feel free to contact us at email@example.com.
Also, as a service to our customers, prior to shipping each RF Explorer device is re-imaged with the latest firmware.
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3G Combo Models
The models 3G Combo and 3G-24G Combo both include two radio modules. One radio module that ranges from 15-2700 MHz is common to both. The 3G Combo’s second radio module ranges from 240-960 MHz, while the 3G-24G Combo’s second radio module ranges from 2350-2550 MHz. We are often asked the reason for two radio modules — especially since the 15-2700 MHz radio module includes the frequency range covered by the other radio module. The answer is mostly explained by how the device evolved. Originally there were only narrow-band models, but when the frequency range was extended a design decision was made to “piggy-back” a 15-2700 MHz radio module on to one of the existing base models rather than start from scratch and create yet another device (which would have been more expensive). Since the 15-2700 MHz radio module includes the frequency range of the other radio module then it can be used for most applications. However, even though the 15-2700 MHz radio module includes the frequency range supported by the other radio module there are times when one might choose to use the more narrow band radio module. For example, if you are trouble-shooting a Wi-Fi problem then you might choose to use the 3G-24G Combo’s 2350-2550 MHz radio module since you might get a little better performance compared to the broad band radio module. On the other hand, if you are working in the UHF range as an RF audio engineer then you might get a little better performance using the 240-960 MHz radio module. Also, each radio module uses a different antenna, which might affect the sensitivity in the frequency range you are working in. In the end, either model will work fine — even if one radio module has a slight performance advantage over another that should not significantly change the results you would get. And just to be clear, from the device’s built-in menu a user toggles which radio module is currently active — they do not operate simultaneously.
RF Explorer Accessories Kit
RigExpert IT-24 — Multi-Function 2.4 GHz, Wi-Fi Spectrum Analyzer
RF Viewer — 1.7 GHz, Low-Cost RF Spectrum Analyzer
RF Signal / Channel Generators And 802.11 Packet Injection
Clearwaves Software Packages And Intermod Assist
The Clearwaves software runs on any model RF Explorer — regardless whether the device was purchased from us or elsewhere. The same is true for the Signal Hound spectrum analyzer. You can purchase the Clearwaves software alone or discounted when packaged with an RF Explorer model WSUB1G device or Signal Hound USB-SA44B analyzer.
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