When extended capture and analysis of RF traffic is required, it can be tedious to analyze large volumes of resulting data. The Spectrogram Waterfall function on the OSCOR is an effective tool for visually inspecting RF energy over time. However, the Masking function may be an alternative starting point to help perform signal data analysis more efficiently.
Following the OSCOR Green firmware updates released in the beginning of 2016, REI is pleased to announce an update for the OSCOR Green Data Viewer Software. This updated version incorporates the newest OSCOR Green features: Persistence & Spectrogram. Users can now use the Data Viewer software to analyze data captured by the new features.
The majority of REI products are packed in customized hard shell composite Mil-Standard cases to provide the most durable protection available. The majority of customers desire packaging that can endure rugged handling for the life of the product.
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Algood, Tennessee, USA – January 6, 2016 – Research Electronics International (REI) recently released firmware updates to the OSCOR Spectrum Analyzers that introduce special new features.
The OSCOR line of spectrum analyzers displays signal activity over time in a type of graph known as a waterfall display. It’s called a waterfall because of the continuous flow of rainbow colors that cascade down the screen as signal activity builds over time.