Tessco Wireless Journal January February 2017 Page 14 TESSCO Wireless Journal January/February 2017

wirelessjournal.tessco.com 14 ...an excellent choice for applications ranging from performance optimization to maintenance and troubleshooting. TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES Kaelus PIM Certification January 24, 2017, Reno NV DAS 101, Installation & Maintenance January 2526, 2017 Reno NV TESSCO Line Sweep February 28-March 1, 2017 Hunt Valley MD Ekahau Certified Survey Engineer March 7-10, 2017 Reno NV March 7-10, 2017 Hunt Valley MD Fiber Optics for Enterprise Networks March 14-16, 2017 Lowell, MA www.tesscouniversity.com NFPA Compliant Signal Booster For Mission Critical Applications The 613-8 Series, 700MHz, 800MHz and 700/800MHz Dual Band Digital Signal Boosters from Bird operate in the 700- 800 MHz range, with 1-30 programmable digital filters per band available for both uplink and downlink. Filter center frequency and characteristics are fully programmable to meet the demands of various systems and signals such as APCO 25 phase II. The filter bandwidth is programmable from 6.25 KHz to 15 MHz using an intuitive web browser interface that provides local and remote access. All models are protected by a NEMA 4 style enclosure. The 613-8 Series is part of the RescueLine Family and is both IFC & NFPA compliant. Visit www.tessco.com/go/bird. Digital Signal Booster, 764-869 MHz TESSCO No. 506560 List: $27,300.00 Digital Signal Booster Compact, Lightweight and Rugged Power Sensor Well-Suited for Field Use The Bird Model 7022 Statistical RF Power is the only Thruline RF pow- er measurement device that provides the statistical analysis capability required to accurately characterize the RF power features of any digital- ly-modulated signal employed in wireless communications systems. It measures power levels from 250mW to 500W over a frequency range of 350MHz to 6GHz and is an excellent choice for applications ranging from performance optimization to maintenance and troubleshoot- ing. It is extremely compact, lightweight and rugged, measuring only 5.8 x 4.8 x 1.3'' and weighing 1.5 lbs., making it well suited for use in the field. In addition to measuring the statistical properties of digital waveforms, it provides a complete range of other RF measurements includ- ing forward and reflected average power, VSWR and return loss. The sensor also includes the latest version of Bird's Virtual Power Meter software, provides a com- prehensive user interface for configuring measurements, viewing results and exporting data for trend analysis in spreadsheets. Why Statistical Analysis? The non-periodic, time-domain characteristics of digitally-modulated signals make it impossible to accurately characterize them using con- ventional RF power measurement techniques. Bench top instruments with statistical measurement capabilities have been available for some time, but the Bird Model 7022 is the first to incorporate them in a Thruline USB-connected power sensor suitable for use in any environ- ment from periodic field measurements to installation in base stations. The Model 7022 has three operating modes. In "conventional" mode, it functions much like a traditional RF power sensor, measuring forward and reflected average power, VSWR and return loss. In "time-domain" mode, it displays time-domain waveform characteristics and provides markers to determine average burst power, peak power and other pulse-related parameters. In "statistical" mode, it measures peak-to- average power ratio versus the time as a percentage that the waveform is at, or if it exceeds a specific peak/average power ratio. Visit www.tessco.com/go/bird. Power Sensor, 350-6000 MHz TESSCO No. 511055 List: $4,495.00 Power Sensor, 350-6000 MHz

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