The three models are the freq's in red (1), the freq's in blue (2), and Wi-MAX. I want the "red" one !!
On 1/7/06, Brian Rohrbacher <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Below, it says three different models. To me, this says it only does one at a time. AM I right?
BumbleBee™ is a precision calibrated spectrum analyzer that interfaces with HP's iPAQ® PocketPC®. The handheld receiver measures combinations of distinct wireless bands in three different models: 900 MHz, 2.400-2.500 GHz, 5.150-5.900 GHz, 2.400-2.500 GHz, 4.940-4.990 GHz, 5.150-5.900 GHz and Wi-MAX
Bob Moldashel wrote:Jenco Wireless wrote:
You may want to look at www.bvsystems.com. Their "BumbleBee" unitHow much is the "Butterfly"????
does 900, 2.4, and 5.8. It interfaces with a PDA, so that gives you
an idea of the size. I don't own one yet, but I will (hopefully)
someday soon. I do have their "Butterfly" power meter and I wouldn't
give it up for anything now that I have one !!
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