MAX6 antenna analyzer is not just an ordinary meter for antenna – it’s much more!
Built-in radio signal meter allows you to work as a wobbuloscope, which significantly increases the range of applications of this instrument.
Additional accessory connector allow connect external options for extend functionality in future applications
In addition to measuring antenna as a typical measure of the VNA, can be measured as:
- – Coaxial cable to the antenna phasing
- – Band pass filters,
- – Diplexer and triplexers – while all ports is terminated with active RF probe
- – Quartz filters
- – Pi-filter for tube amplifiers
- – Voltage balluns (and transoformer)
- – Current transformers balluns (choke)
- – impedance of current balluns (choke)
- – Impedance and resonances of coils for supply tube power amplifiers
- – Traps resonance
- … and many other applications ….
- New model 2013 version 8 button
MAX6 this is a small laboratory, which allows the measurement of both in stand-alone mode with the LCD screen, as well as work with your computer via USB cable. In preparation for the service and the ability to Bluettoth measurements with both PCs and tablets as well as phones based on Android system.
MAX6 wiloma is compatible with popular programs, and is dedicated to him dpstepny program “vnaJ” by DL2SBA which can be used in a system with Windows or operacynym LINYX and MAC computers.
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