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RF Data Filtering Software


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.

Download Sieve data sheet
Download Sieve manual from the Technical support section



  • Generate 40 Lambda averaged data in ASCII files
  • Generate the independent data which are obtained by filtering the redundant data
  • Create a KML file to map the measured data onto GoogleEarth
  • Provide averaging options and reliability analysis

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  • Windows XP (SP2)
  • Pentium¨ III (64 MByte RAM required)
  • 500 MHz
  • 256MB RAM
  • 100MB free on Hard Drive
  • CD-ROM drive
  • USB 1.1 Port or CF card reader
  • SVGA or higher resolution (16-bit color)

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  • ISM 900-932 MHz, 2.400-2.485 GHz
  • PCS Uplink (Blocks A through F) 1850-1910
  • Downlink (Blocks A through F) 1930-1995 MHz
  • LMR 805-825 MHz
  • MMDS 2.5-2.7 GHz
  • Wi-MAX 2.5 or 3.4 GHz
  • iDEN/SMR 850-870 MHz
  • Cellular 824-848, 869-893 MHz tunable in 30 kHz steps
  • ETACS 872-905, 915-950 MHz
  • Paging 145-165, 450-465, 928-941 MHz
  • IVDS 218-219 MHz
  • WCS 2.3-2.36 GHz
  • 1.4 GHz (custom frequency)
  • 1.5 GHz (custom frequency)
  • 3.5 GHz (custom frequency)
  • 5.8 GHz (custom frequency)

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Sieve RF data filtering screen example








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What frequencies does Sieve filter?
Sieve will work with any frequency that the your Coyote receiver supports.

Do I have to use my Coyote receiver with Sieve software?
Yes. Sieve software requires calibrated Coyote hardware with GPS and a CF storage card installed.

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