AA-1000 RigExpert Antenna Analyzers
Antenna Analyzer Frequency Range: 0.1-1,000 MHz
RF Connector Type: Type N female
Band Selection Control: Push-button
Frequency Control Style: Keypad entry
Lockable Tuning Dial: No
Internal Battery Operation: Yes
Power Supply: Three AA batteries
Batteries Included: Yes
External Power Input Voltage: 5V USB
Analyzer Width: 4.000 in.
Analyzer Height: 9.000 in.
Analyzer Depth: 2.000 in.
Analyzer Weight: 1.44 lbs.
Quantity: Sold individually.
Notes: Memory function for graph storage. May be powered from USB port.
RigExpert Antenna Analyzers are powerful antenna analyzers designed for testing, checking, tuning, or repairing antennas and antenna feed-lines. Mainly, these are SWR (Standing Wave Ratio) and impedance measurement instruments (vector impedance analyzers). Their large, bright LCD screens provide graphic illustration of SWR, impedance; return loss, and much more.
Easy to use measurement modes, as well as additional features such as connection to a personal computer (to plot Smith charts, etc.); make RigExpert analyzers attractive for professionals and hobbyists alike. The graphic display of various parameters over a wide frequency range is a key feature of these analyzers. This significantly reduces the time required to adjust an antenna. Their AA-230 ZOOM model even allows you to zoom-in on graph points for clearer analysis.
RigExpert Antenna Analyzers are available in several models and in various frequency ranges of operation. Each is fitted with an SO-239 female connector, except for those models that will operate at 230 MHz and above, where a Type N connector is more efficient. If you need the coverage, one model measures from 0.1 to 1,400 MHz!
The following tasks are easily accomplished by using RigExpert Antenna Analyzers:
* Rapid check-out of an antenna
* Tuning an antenna to resonance
* Antenna SWR and impedance measurement and comparison before and after a specific event (rain, hurricane, winter, etc.)
* Making coaxial lines or measuring their parameters
* Cable testing and fault location
* Measuring capacitance or inductance of reactive loads