In addition to the spectrum analyzer are calibrated antenna and a cable with a measurement
control sheet (attenuation) for an exact measurement of RF exposure is essential.
To complement and the first orientation may be a broadband measuring device used. Precise
measurements of pulsed radiation are thus only partly possible.
With the spectrum analyzer FSH3 and the antenna accessories are
transmitters in the frequency range between 100 KHz and 3 gigahertz selectively
determined. This includes the following applications:
- Medium wave and FM radio
- Analog Television
- Digital broadcasting and digital television
- Mobile applications to the GSM and UMTS standard
- DECT-Schnurlostelefone, WLAN-Sender
- DECT cordless phones, Wi-Fi Channel
- Radio amateurs
- MW (leakage test)
spectrum analyser FSH3 measures between
100 KHz and 3 GHz
For the transmission of mobile phone base stations
according to the GSM standard, the minimum and maximum value can be calculated. Moreover,
using the frequency table to determine which operator to send the station.
The customer receives a detailed measurement. This can be
useful to compare subsequent changes in the cellular base station.
Shielding should be carefully executed. High-frequency radiation can through fine slits in
the room to penetrate. Overlapping fitting is required. A shield with no previous
measurement is not recommended because too much either or too little will be screened.
Each square meter shield will cost money.
The quality of the shielding should be so high that an attenuation of at least 30 dB at a
broad spectrum is achieved.
The following building biologist in Germany work
with spectrum analyzers: www.elektrosmog-messen.de/elektrosmog3.html