SignalShark® - Seven Senses for Signals
Real-Time Handheld Analyzer
Just like that highly efficient hunter in the ocean, SignalShark derives its success in measurement from the interplay of its highly developed seven senses or sensors.
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The lab in your hand. If you need to quickly detect and reliably localize hidden, sporadic or brief interference signals on the move within the more and more tightly packed frequency bands, you need the SignalShark. This device, with its handy format, is capable of dealing with today’s complex measurement and analysis tasks reliably and quickly to the same standard as laboratory instruments.
The continuous real time persistence view of the SignalShark shows every change in a signal with pixel accuracy. Even hidden signals can be detected with this. 100% POI signals › 3.125 μs
The 40 MHz real time measurement allows gapless, reliable detection of the smallest changes in the RF spectrum with the aid of the spectrogram view.
The slightest “touch” on a preset trigger mask causes the SignalShark to record the corresponding signal. A scan rate of up to 40 GHz/s ensures rapid detection, even with very wide frequency bands.
SignalShark can also easily detect very weak signals, thanks to its high dynamic range (HDR). The combination of high sensitivity and a wide, intermodulation-free dynamic range makes this possible. DANL (pre-amplifier off / on): - 160 dBm/Hz / -167 dBm/Hz
Signal Analyzer for Detection, Analysis, Classification and Localization of RF Signals between 8 kHz and 8 GHz. Applicable for mobile and stationary use. It supports Narda directional and full automatic direction finding antennas.
Included in delivery:
|Operating time||3 hours (nominal), battery pack is hot swappable|
|Dimensions||231 mm × 333 mm ×85 mm|
|Weight||3,8 kg (basic unit including battery)|
|Operating conditions||-10° to +55°|
|Frequency range||8 kHz to 8 GHz|
|Real-Time instantaneous bandwidth||40 MHz|
|Sweep Rate||up to 40 GHz/s (RBW @ 100 kHz)|
The handle is ergonomically shaped and fits snugly in the hand, and yet it is a technically sophisticated device with several function. It accepts antennas in horizontal and vertical positions, contains a switchable preamplifier, a compass, position sensors, and a measurement start / stop button. The antenna handle communicates with the basic unit through a control cable.
Antenna 1 covers the frequency range from 20 MHz to 250 MHz. It therefore includes the ISM band at 27 MHz, and is particularly suitable for interference and spurious signal searching in the VHF broadcast radio range, but also covers the lower end of VHF television and includes DAB frequencies.
Antenna 2 covers the frequency range from 200 MHz to 500 MHz, making it eminently suitable for interference and spurious signal searches on all communications services within this band, and also includes the 433 MHZ ISM frequency.
The 400 MHz to 6 GHz frequency range of Antenna 3 covers the entire spectrum of mobile communications including LTE and WLAN, and also includes L, S, and C band radar, for example.
This low-frequency loop antenna is particularly suitable for detecting defective or poorly screened switched power supplies or electrical controllers that emit interference, and for identifying interference due to power line carrier systems, or demonstrating interference with other signals in the very low frequency range (ultra long wave).
Suitable accessories for applications that involve operation in vehicles or outdoors.
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|SignalShark Datasheet||English||NSTS 0518-E0328D||SignalShark Datasheet, EN|
|SignalShark Leaflet||English||NSTS 06/18 E0333A||SignalShark Leaflet, EN|
|SignalShark Remote Datasheet||English||NSTS 1018-E0344A||SignalShark Remote Datasheet, EN|
|SignalShark Flyer||English||NSTS 0217-E0326B / EP||SignalShark Flyer, EN|
|DF Antennas Datasheet||English||NSTS 0218-E0335A||DF Antennas, EN|
|Comparing the dynamic ranges of spectrum analyzers and radio receivers - Part 1||English||TN 112, EN|
|Comparing the dynamic ranges of spectrum analyzers and radio receivers - Part 2||English||TN 113, EN|
|SignalShark vs Rohde & Schwarz PR100 / DDF 007||English||ME-E0338A||COMP 1, EN|
|SignalShark vs Rohde & Schwarz DDF205 / EB500||English||ME-E0338A||COMP 2, EN|
|SignalShark vs Tektroniks RSA507A||English||ME-E0338A||COMP 3, EN|
|SignalShark vs Tektroniks RSA6120B||English||ME-E0338A||COMP 4, EN|
|SignalShark vs Keysight Fieldfox N9935A||English||ME-E0338A||COMP 5, EN|
Due to the distributor limitation, we may supply this device to Estonia only.If You wish to buy this device in another country, not listed above, please let us know and we will advice You.
|Active Antenna Handle (3300/10) - with Electronic Compass and Preamplifier
Frequency range: 9kHz to 8GHz. Automatic frequency response correction
Preamplifier: Built-in, can be switched off. Amplification typ. 16dB. noise figure less than 6 dB
Compass: Emdbedded electronic compass
Connection cable: RF cable and control cable combined in a flexible tube, length 1 m
RF Connector to SignalShark: SMA-connector, male, 50ohm (N-connector adapter incl.)
RF Connector to antennas: BMA, 50 ohm (female on handle side)
Antenna connectivity: Horizontal or Vertical polarization, type and polarization detected automatically
Power supply: from basic unit
Mounting: Connecting thread at the underside of the handle for tripod mounting
|Directional antenna 1 (3100/11)
Frequency range: 20MHz to 250MHz
Antenna type: Directional loop antenna
Antenna factor: 21dB (1/m) typical @ 200MHz (passive mode)
|Directional antenna 2 (3100/12)
Frequency range: 200MHz to 500MHz
Antenna type: Directional loop antenna
Antenna factor: 21dB (1/m) typical @ 350MHz (passive mode)
|Directional antenna 3 (3100/13)
Frequency range: 400MHz to 8GHz
Antenna type: Log-periodic antenna
Antenna factor: 18.5dB (1/m) typical @ 500MHz (passive mode)
|Loop Antenna, H-Field (3100/14)
Frequency range: 9kHz to 30MHz
Antenna type: Shielded loop antenna
|Antenna Adapter, N Male (3100/15)
With an adapter the internal 3D compass, built-in switchable preamplifier, and automatic polarization detection can be used with third-party antennas.