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Meet SignalHawk, the latest in Handheld Spectrum Analyzers

Bird Technologies, a leading RF and tech provider, expands its highly sought-after SignalHawk family of rugged, handheld spectrum analyzer products.

By adding the Bird Technologies SignalHawk SH-60S-AOA Angle of Arrival spectrum analyzer and the Bird Technologies SH-60S-TC, Bird Technologies has a good balance of price and performance up to a frequency range of 6 GHz.

The Bird Technologies SignalHawk SH-60S-TC and Bird Technologies SignalHawk SH-60S-AOA provide test coverage for all major wireless systems in an easy-to-use, fully portable test instrument. Building off the flexible software architecture & highly integrated, small-form-factor packaging of SignalHawk & SiteHawk platforms, these test instruments offer ruggedness, customization and ease of use. 

Leveraging multi-touch technology, users can change reference level and centre of the frequency with a touch of a finger and zoom and span just like a smartphone. Multi-task measurements are made easy with the ability to simultaneously review several windows for comparison. Need data? No problem. With 8G of internal storage, users can screenshot data and transfer then via USB/OTG/WIFI/Bluetooth to the cloud and email or upload it to a PC for reference. Bird’s New Handheld Spectrum Analyzer family saves time, provides high precision and accuracy with ease of use. It’s a must-have for technicians, service providers, contractors, field engineers, and military personnel.

  • Bird Technologies SignalHawk​​​​​​​ SH-60S-T, RF Analyzer view RF signals between 9 kHz and 6 GHz. Combines best-in-class functionality and ease-of-use, intuitive menus and predefined measurements. Higher frequency coverage and spectrogram (waterfall) display. Additional built-in functions include FM demodulation, GNSS Signal Quality, Field Strength and Spectrum masking.
  • Bird Technologies SignalHawk SH-60S-AOA, RF Analyzer extends the capability of the SH-60S-TC by adding the ability to triangulate the location of an interferer on a map for signals between 9 kHz and 6 GHz. Triangulation is a pivotal move in spectrum analyzers by allowing users to utilize Bird’s Interference analysis and triangular functionality to locate the source within 3 measurements, forming a triangle in the area of the emitter and utilizing a built-in map to find the exact location of the problem.

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