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WiMAX Spectrum Analyzer



YellowFin WiMAX Analyzer
YellowFin™ Mobile WiMAX analyzer is the world’s first truly portable calibrated, demodulating WiMAX test receiver. This handheld unit utilizes the Samsung Q1 Ultra tablet UMPC as an interface in conjunction with Berkeley’s precision receiver technology for complete spectrum analysis as well as WiMAX packet demodulation. The receiver sweeps the 2.0 - 5.9 GHz spectrums to within +1.5 dB accuracy. YELLOWFIN™ performs full spectrum analysis allowing RF engineers to see the whole wireless network picture. Features include power triggers, peak hold/search, markers and multiple waveform traces. WiMAX 802.16e packet analysis includes RSSI measurements, Cell ID & Segment information, multipath analysis and CINR (Carrier-to-Interference-plus-Noise-Ratios) on a preamble basis. The optional DF (Direction Finding) Antenna allows engineers to pinpoint sources of WiMAX interference, rogue base stations and even nearby hackers. An internal 12-channel/satellite GPS receiver allows for geo-coded site surveys and drive-studies using optional mapping software.


Tortoise MultiBand Stimulus Transmitter
Tortoise™ is a portable, rugged, high-power transmitter system composed of dual independent, transmitter modules giving the user freedom to transmit on any 2 unique frequency bands simultaneously without the need for expensive and bulky additional transmitters. Tortoise features two dynamically controlled Class A amplifiers for the cleanest signal output and VSWR protection. Tortoise features built-in thermal overheat protection circuity with quad cooling fans to ensure against overheating during operation. Remote adjustments include power level, channel or frequency assignment and transmit On/Off via USB, RS-232 and Ethernet from anywhere. An optional WiMAX modulator allows the Tortoise transmitter to simulate a fully functional 802.16e base station for the ultimate in deployment accuracy and precision.


BumbleBee Wi-MAX Spectrum Analyzer
BumbleBee-EX is a rugged, calibrated spectrum analyzer all-in-one system. The handheld receiver measures the popular wireless Wi-MAX frequencies between 2.0-4.0 GHz and 4.9-5.9 GHz. BumbleBee-EX allows users to scan, display and record multiple RF waveforms for network installation, coverage and interference analysis. The color, touch-screen allows field engineers to tap on points of interest in any waveform and "zoom" in for further analysis. Advanced spectrum analysis features include 3 waveform, peak hold, peak search and user selectable power triggers. BumbleBee-EX allows for realtime spectral analysis of many wireless standards including RFID, VoIP, 802.11b/a/g & Bluetooth as well as unidentified RF interference such as microwaves and cordless phones. BumbleBee-EX takes the power of sophisticated laboratory spectrum analyzers and puts it in user's hands.


Gator Class A Stimulus Transmitter
Each Gator Transmitter is housed in a high impact ABS water-resistant case. It has a built-in agile frequency synthesizer, dynamically controlled power amplifier and a built-in modem and DTMF (touch-tone) decoding allowing remote control of all transmitter parameters via a phone line or cellular telephone. Remote adjustments include the power level, channel or frequency assignment, and transmit On/Off. All Gators feature a Class A amplifier for the purest and most stable signal output.
Coyote Dual Modular Receiver System
The Coyote is a high performance, modular receiver system providing two unique and independent RSSI measurements using precision dual receivers. Coyote is designed from the ground up to provide hot-swappable components including removable/rechargeable Li-Ion battery, Compact Flash storage, removable 12-channel GPS receiver module and two removable receiver modules. Optional, GPS-based Forecaster mapping software makes Coyote the most comprehensive receiver system available to engineers today.
Forecaster GPS-Based Mapping Coverage Software
Forecaster is a GPS-based mapping tool with the use of the BVS Coyote and Gator. It consists of two parts: Projector and Analyzer. Forecaster allows Coyote users to plot and view coverage of wireless networks in table or graphical windows with the ability to create HTML reports of base stations/antennae coverage and RF overlap areas. KML overlap reports may also be generated allowing coverage to be viewed using popular programs such as GoogleEarth. Forecaster combines realtime Coyote measurements with GPS geo-coding accuracy.
Sieve RF Data Filtering PC Software
Sieve is a Windows XP application that generates 40 Lambda averaged data that was collected from Berkeley's Gator stimulus Class A transmitter and Coyote modular receiver combination. The transmitter/receiver/software package is being distributed to WiMAX engineers, technicians and installers interested in optimizing their 2.5 and 3.4 GHz networks. Sieve is able to generate 40 Lambda averaged data into ASCII files through high-speed, two-stage filtering of redundant data. This data is received on one or two different Coyote receiver modules that may be swapped out while still in the field. In addition, the software also allows creation of KML files to map measured data onto programs such as GoogleEarth. When combined with powerful BVS transmitter and receiver combos, Sieve filtering software provides the best averaging options and reliability analysis in its class.


Yellowjacket 802.11b/a/n/g Wi-Fi Analyzer
Yellowjacket B/A/N/G is a wireless test receiver system that demodulates, sweeps, analyzes, and optimizes all popular 802.11 Wi-Fi network standards including 802.11b/g (2.4 GHz), 802.11n, and even 802.11a (5 GHz). The calibrated receiver is a passive measurement device that is network independent so it remains "invisible" to any
802.11 Wi-Fi network. Yellowjacket B/A/N/G is also a powerful spectrum analyzer that measures RF energy (2.0-4.0 & 4.9-5.9 GHz) allowing not only detailed interference analysis but the ability to see the "whole picture" of your 2.4 and 5 GHz network WISP or hotspot.

When equipped with a BVS DF (Direction Finding) antenna, Yellowjacket B/A/N/G locates and pinpoints rogue APs and STAs and even detects interference from sources such as microwave ovens and cordless phones.

Powerful packet analysis features such as Multipath (Ec/Io), SNR (Signal-to-Noise Ratio), Delay Spread, Channel Frequency Response (CFR), SSID and Received Signal Strength Indicator (RSSI) give Yellowjacket B/A/N/G the distinction of being the only true handheld RF spectrum protocol analysis and direction finding tool accurate to within +1 dB. Yellowjacket B/A/N/G functions as a complete WLAN analysis system offering both measurements made through packet demodulation and spectrum analysis in a rugged, handheld package.

Yellowjacket-TABLET 802.11B/A/N/G Wi-Fi Analyzer
Yellowjacket-TABLET is both a Windows XP tablet UMPC spectrum analyzer and 802.11b/a/n/g packet demodulator. The calibrated receiver measures between 2.0 - 5.9 GHz covering such popular wireless bands including Wi-Fi, Wi-MAX, ISM, Public Safety, Bluetooth and more.

Powerful spectrum analysis features include user selectable power triggers, 3 pairs of markers, video smoothing, waveform averaging, 1 live trace and up to 4 peak hold waveform traces with peak hold/ search. This advanced spectrum analysis allows YELLOWJACKET-TABLET to display areas of RF interference. The receiver is a passive device and "invisible" to the network making it easier to identify hackers, rogue APs and other sorts of RF interference. YELLOWJACKET-TABLET interface offers a large 7" WVGA LCD touch-screen featuring 1.33 GHz Intel PentiumR processor.

Yellowjacket-TABLET demodulates all 802.11b/a/n/g packets providing device MAC address, SSID, channel number, data rates, encryption, modulation scheme, device/packet type and more while SINGLE DEVICE SURVEY MODE supports full packet, traffic and multipath analysis. Once users have detected a specific AP or STA, they can "lock onto" those packets to locate it using an optional direction finding antenna. Unlike other packet sniffers and signal strength meters, Berkeley's receiver technology measures RSSI to within +1.0 dB of any nearby 802.11 packet on or off your network.

This realtime measurement is useful in determining total channel power, multipath and WISP antenna alignments.
BumbleBee-TABLET Spectrum Analyzer
BumbleBee-TABLET is a Windows XP tablet UMPC spectrum analyzer all-in-one system. The calibrated receiver measures a combo of popular wireless bands including Wi-Fi, Wi-MAX, ISM, Public Safety, Bluetooth and more. BumbleBee-TABLET's interface offers a large 7" WVGA LCD touch-screen featuring Intel Pentium processor. In addition, the tablet UMPC has an internal 60 GB HDD for instant storage and playback of all captured RF spectral network installation, coverage and interference analysis data in the field. Advanced  features include user selectable power triggers, 3 pairs of markers, spectrogram, histogram, video smoothing, waveform averaging, 1 live trace and up to 4 peak hold waveform traces with peak hold & peak search. BumbleBee-TABLET takes the power of sophisticated laboratory spectrum analyzers and delivers it to installers in the field and engineers in the lab.
BumbleBee Wi-Fi Spectrum Analyzer
BumbleBee is a precision calibrated spectrum analyzer that interfaces with HPs iPAQ PocketPC. The handheld receiver measures combinations of distinct wireless bands in three different models: 900 MHz, 2.400-2.500 GHz and 5.150-5.900 GHz. BumbleBee allows the user to capture, display and record each of these bands for network installation, coverage and interference analysis. The iPAQs touch screen allows field engineers to tap on points of interest in the waveform and zoom in for further analysis. Advanced spectrum analysis features include 3 waveform traces, peak hold, peak search, and user selectable power triggers. Bumble Bee allows for on-the-fly switching of bands for realtime spectral analysis of many wireless standards including RFID, VoIP, 802.11(b,a,g & Bluetooth) and cordless phones/video. Bumble Bee does the job of multiple wireless test instruments all in the palm of your hand.
Nectar Spectrum Analysis PC Software
is a Windows XP software application that scans and monitors a variety of wireless networks. Nectar utilizes the BumbleBee Receiver Module to continuously scan BumbleBee frequency bands 900 MHz, 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz, 2.4, 4.9 and 5 GHz or even BumbleBee Wi-MAX frequencies. Users must specify the desired RF frequency models when ordering. Current BumbleBee customers may use their receivers with the Pollenator PC interface with Nectar software. User selectable channel, preset and log settings ensure that Nectar software is able to distinguish your network's signal strength from other networks and sources of RF interference. Laptop or PC control via USB and ethernet creates customized, time-stamped log files for true 24/7 monitoring. Recorder spectrum analysis data may be replayed and reviewed at anytime on a PC. In addition, JPEG/BMP snapshot features allow users to instant capture waveforms at key moments for later analysis. Nectar software features up to 5 distinct waveform traces (1 live and 4 peak), screen averaging, video smoothing and packet/interference triggering.
Honeycomb RF Interference Mapping Software
is an interference-mapping tool with the use of BVS Bumble Bee. It consists of three parts: Projector, Collector, and Analyzer. Sources of interference can be separated from 802.11 WLAN signals, allowing the user to graph severity of interference, percentage of channel capacity remaining and other significant interference related quantities. HoneyComb aids in locating jamming interference, unintentional interference, network intrusion as well as channel verification. HoneyComb will also map all likely signal sources and strengths for helping to clear "RF free zones". Floorplans or site maps can be used as a reference to collect data leaving the resulting interference maps to be overlayed onto floorplans for easy identification of interference prone areas.