Products/Services for RF Field Intensity Meters

  • Field Intensity Meters-Image
    Field Intensity Meters - (45 companies)
    RF field intensity meters are used measure the strength of an electromagnetic field. These instruments or receivers are used to detect buried or hidden piping, equipment, and ferromagnetic ores. They are also used to detect cellular phones, remote... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Electrical Field Strength Sensors - (27 companies)
    Electrical field strength sensors are used to measure the strength of electrical fields. Electric fields are the product of voltage and become stronger as the voltage increases. DC electric field strength sensors are used to measure static charges... Learn More
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    Magnetic Field Instruments - (151 companies)
    Magnetic field instruments include meters, gauges, recorders and other instrumentation for the measurement of magnetic fields and/or magnetic flux. How to Select Magnetic Field Instruments. Image Credit: MicroSense, Ohio Semitronics, Extech... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Magnetic Field Sensors - (74 companies)
    ...wavelength of light. SQUID sensors are very sensitive to low magnetic fields and can measure fields as low as the femtoTesla range. They are used mainly in medical, particularly neuroscientific applications, and have a very wide range of magnetic field... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    EMF Meters - (62 companies)
    ...meters can be used to identify AC magnetic fields, AC electric fields, and RF radiation. Specialized EMF meters can detect hidden sources of extremely low-frequency (ELF) radiation from computers, kitchen appliances, television sets, vacuum cleaners... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Antennas - (1114 companies)
    ...it is the quantity of RF produced by the antenna. Fields. Explore Gate's Yuval Tsur explains the differences between far fields, near fields, and Frennel zones and how electromagnetic waves behave in each classification. Video credit: ExploreGate via YouTube... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Liquid Level Sensors - (717 companies)
    Liquid level sensors are used to detect liquid levels or interfaces between liquids such as oil and water or liquids and solids. Search by Specification | Learn More
  • RF Power Meters - (26 companies)
    RF power meters measure the strength of an RF signal in dBm or watts and may also be called an RF Wattmeter. Typically RF power meters are used to measure the output of a transmitter. An RF Power meter makes measurements of RF power from... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • EMI and RFI Testers - (49 companies)
    ...in continuity with the power lines to the equipment. These passive LISN networks establish a consistent impedance to allow repeatability of test results. Conducted emissions are measured by using an RF connection to a port on the LISN. Radiated emissions... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • RF Amplifiers - (570 companies)
    RF amplifiers are devices that accept a varying input signal and produce an output signal that varies in the same way, but with larger amplitude. Basic Information. RF amplifiers are electronic devices that accept a varying input signal and produce... Search by Specification | Learn More
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...frequency (RF) or Infrared communica-. tions made in the Application Note. tions. It is well suited for certain applications when. • Calculating the generated field strength that is. considering some of the characteristics of the topology. inversely proportional to the cube of the distance. Some...

1 shows the magnetic field produced by a. an antenna coil is needed for two main reasons: current element. The magnetic field produced by the. • To transmit the RF carrier signal to power up the. current on a round conductor (wire) with a finite length. tag. is given by: • To receive data signals...

...to the tag. FIGURE 1: CALCULATION OF MAGNETIC. antenna coil and vice versa. The efficiency of the. FIELD B AT LOCATION P DUE TO. voltage transfer can be increased significantly with high. CURRENT I ON A STRAIGHT. Q circuits. CONDUCTING WIRE. This section is written for RF coil designers and RFID. Ζ...

...of definitions, acronyms, and abbreviations; three major technical sections entitled "Wireless Device RF Emissions Test," "Hearing Aid RF Near-Field Immunity Test," and "Wireless Device Audio Band Magnetic Signal Test"; sections on acceptable performance for interoperability, test equipment calibration...

Factor (AF) is defined as the ratio of the incident Electromagnetic Field to the output voltage from the antenna. Balun: An acronym for Balanced/Unbalanced. Typically an RF transformer used to couple a balanced transmision line to an unbalanced antenna system. Beamwidth: Depending on the radio system...

High temperature plastics. Induction/impulse. Resistance wire. Straight line seal. Olefins, low temperature films. Dielectric - RF. Loss in alternative electrostatic field. Quick bonding. Polar or amorphous elastomer. Ultrasonic welding. High-Frequency compressive loading. Sonic conductor. Rigid...

...by testing. a pulses intensity, duration and repeatability. on a device. High RFI/EMI environments. On the plant floor radio frequency (RF) “noise” is caused by the. use of variable frequency drives, stepper motors and high. powered communication devices, such as AM/FM radios, two-. way radios, pagers...

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  • Kyoritsu Corp. KNM-6001 - RF / Field Intensity Meter
    Kyoritsu KNM-6001 - RF / Field Intensity Meter .
  • Standard
    KNM-6001 - RF / Field Intensity Meter The KNM-6001 Electromagnetic Interference Field Meter quickly measures EMI conforming to CISPR, VDE, FCC, VCCI and other foreigh standards.
  • RF / Meters
    KNM-6001 - RF / Field Intensity Meter The KNM-6001 Electromagnetic Interference Field Meter quickly measures EMI conforming to CISPR, VDE, FCC, VCCI and other foreigh standards.
  • VDE
    KNM-6001 - RF / Field Intensity Meter The KNM-6001 Electromagnetic Interference Field Meter quickly measures EMI conforming to CISPR, VDE, FCC, VCCI and other foreigh standards.
  • RF / VDE
    KNM-6001 - RF / Field Intensity Meter The KNM-6001 Electromagnetic Interference Field Meter quickly measures EMI conforming to CISPR, VDE, FCC, VCCI and other foreigh standards.
  • EMI / Kyoritsu Corp.
    KNM-6001 - RF / Field Intensity Meter The KNM-6001 Electromagnetic Interference Field Meter quickly measures EMI conforming to CISPR, VDE, FCC, VCCI and other foreigh standards.
  • FCC
    KNM-6001 - RF / Field Intensity Meter The KNM-6001 Electromagnetic Interference Field Meter quickly measures EMI conforming to CISPR, VDE, FCC, VCCI and other foreigh standards.


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