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Test Equipment - FIeld Strength Meters

Click to enlargeField Strength Meter by MØMTJ
It is often said that one of the most useful pieces of test equipment in and around the shack is a Field Strength Meter. A Field Strength Meter can be used to quickly check the presence of RF energy, for example to check that a transmitter is transmitting, for use with antenna experiments such as judging the radiation pattern and efficiency of antenna and for checking RF oscillators etc.

Click to enlargeField Strength Meter MkI
This Field Strength Meter has been specially designed for our FM bugs. It is capable of detecting very low power transmitters and will assist enormously in peaking many of our FM transmitters that have a coil in the output stage that can be adjusted for optimum output.

Click to enlargeNJQRP Sniffer by N2CX
The NJQRP Sniffer is a tuned-input, multiband-capable FSM for the HF amateur bands that is easily constructed using commonly available components.

Click to enlargeNJQRP Sniffer + LNB by LY3LP

Klik voor vergrotingVHF field strength meter
This is a simple and low cost wide band VHF field strength meter. The field strength is measured by converting the radio signal to DC and measuring it.

Creation date : 12/11/2011 @ 21:51
Last update : 07/09/2015 @ 22:21
Category : Test Equipment
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