Electronic Components Solutions

Bird pocket-sized SiteHawk Antenna and Cable Analyzer

Bird pocket-sized SiteHawk Antenna and Cable Analyzer

Bird has released a new version of their widely used antenna and cable tester the SK-4500.

The FDR (Frequency Domain Reflectometry) measurement method results in a highly reliable assessment of the health of critical components in your system; ultimately providing a “heads-up” before a failure occurs.

The device is an excellent help to do the end verification of a system upon delivery by generating a completet measurement wihich later during the service of the system can be used as a reference.

Fault location or DTF mode indicates VSWR or Return Loss levels at each point along the cable and antenna system length. This helps in debugging a failing system

Cable Loss function measures insertion loss of the cable system over a given frequency range.

An excellent help to your engineers in delivery, maintenance and repair. A low cost solution with excelllent performace in and outdoor.

Specifications

  • Units cover frequency ranges of 1 MHz - 4500 MHz
  • USB communication port for connection to storage device and battery charging.
  • Three Year Warranty!!
  • Including hard and sofcase, charger, etc.

    Usability

  • Easy to operate and field ready for first-time, occasional and experienced users. The andoid based architecture creates flexibility and ease of use by ant user. Excellent color screen for usage in and outdoor. USB communication port for connection to storage device and battery charging

  • Applications

  • Suitable for use in Worldwide Cellular and PCS/DCS systems; supporting measurement of CDMA, GSM, and LTE Protocols. Other applications include 3G, Broadcast, Government, Tactical Military, Microwave, Paging, Public Safety, Trunking, WLAN, and TETRA

  • Power Monitoring

  • The device can connect with field power sensors of Bird by using the RF meter app. A multi-functional device for your service engineer.

  • Main Advantages

    Low cost
  • Hand Held (6 hours)
  • Power monitoring