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Kaelus (formerly Summitek) IQA-700HB-RTF

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Kaelus (formerly Summitek) IQA-700HB-RTF

PIM Test Set 700MHz, 20W, 7/16 DIN (f)

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Product Overview

The Kaelus (formerly Summitek) iQA-700HB-RTF is part of the brand's popular IQA series of Passive Intermodulation (PIM) analyzers. The iQA series is designed for those applications where greater operator control is desired or required to better analyze and understand cellular base station RF infrastructure quality and performance. These systems provide an interactive operator interface via a touch screen LCD display. As with the IMT series analyzers, the iQA analyzers perform an industry standard two tone PIM measurement at 20 Watts per carrier. The operator can select the frequency and power level of the test tones and measure reflected, IM3, IM5, and IM7 results. The iQA test sets are completely portable and have the ability to provide hard copy reports.

The 700MHz (high) iQA-700HB-RTF offers a TX Range of 728-757MHz, and an RX Range (PIM) of 776-787 MHz.

Here are the key features of the Kaelus (formerly Summitek) iQA-700HB-RTF:

  • Rugged, reliable construction suitable for field use
  • Fully configurable frequencies, powers and IM products
  • Integrated polycarbonate transit case - simple to operate touch screen interface
  • Range to Fault (RTF) enabled - Spectrum monitor, frequency sweep and time trace modes

Request a quote today to rent or purchase the Kaelus (formerly Summitek) iQA-700HB-RTF.

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