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USB Power Sensors/Meters in one package for use with Laptop or PC
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 03, 2006 2:11 pm    Post subject: USB Power Sensors/Meters in one package for use with Laptop or PC Reply with quote

USB RF/Microwave CW Power Sensors/Meters
* High Performance! NOT High Cost
o A replacement solution for conventional power meter and sensor.
o Simple USB connectivity to laptop or PC.
o Multiple sensors on same PC
o Light weight and easy to use.
o Good for all manufacturing and Installation & Maintenance needs
o Robust construction with high reliability
o No reference calibrator required.
o Measurement range from -50dBm to +20dBm up to 26.5GHz.
o Future product to 40Ghz.
o Currently comes in two frequency ranges.
For more information see:
http://www.satori-technology.com
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