|The Avcom SNG-2150C is not only a spectrum analyzer, but also a carrier monitor with features such as carrier masking, screen shot capture and recording, Satellite ID, and Automated Data Acquisition (DAQ).|
The long awaited SNG-2150C is finally here and is well worth the wait! The SNG-2150C is Avcom’s answer to the discontinued Tektronix 1705A with a feature set that is second to none giving the Satellite Technician a very useful tool for finding and peaking on satellites. The SNG-2150C also offers L.O. Frequency Offset which allows the operator to display the frequency in L-Band, C-Band, X-Band, Ku-Band or Ka-Band, or any custom band needed.
Improved Performance & Specifications
The new SNG-2150C was designed with excellent frequency and amplitude accuracy as well as a wide variety of resolution bandwidth selections ranging from 10kHz to 3MHz. This is required to allow for viewing and monitoring of small TT&C and data carriers found in many satellite communications markets today. The front panel has independent control of Frequency & Span with settings for Fine, Medium and Coarse to allow the operator to dial into the carrier and control the display as needed.
Versatile Graphical User Interface
The SNG-2150C can be monitored and controlled both locally from the front panel with the color LCD or remotely using the Avcom Graphical User Interface (GUI) via the serial or Ethernet ports. The remote GUI will allow for remote monitoring and control from anywhere in the world via the Internet. If used in a SNG truck the operator can use a high speed cellular broadband card to remotely monitor and control a truck anywhere in the world which is a necessity for assisting an inexperienced operator.