Currently used observation techniques often work with digital protocols in different frequency ranges. The PKI 4130 digital Transmission Detector provides a quick overview of existing RF sources. Simultaneously, transmissions in the frequency ranges CDMA, GSM, GSM (DCS), WCDMA, 3G, GSM (PCS), DECT, Bluetooth, WiFi or WiMax are accurately displayed in the 6 bar graphs with 10 segments each. The microprocessor-controlled receiver, in a handy metal housing, equipped with 6 specifically adapted frequency bands (channels) thus enables the detection of even the weakest signal sources.
Different operating modes:
Silent – The bar graphs are used for covert investigations
Vibration – When reaching an adjustable value for each channel
Visual – The receiver tries to detect the type of protocol transmitted
Listen – The receiver produces a signal depending on the type of reception