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'''Azimuth’s RadioProof Enclosures''' provide an RF-interference free
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environment in which to test wireless devices. RadioProof enclosures provide up to 90
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dB of radiated RF isolation for a broad range of technologies that operate
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in frequency bands between 1 - 6GHz.
  
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==Features==
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-RF ports for controlled test traffic path connection (six to ten ports
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depending on model)
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-Dual 10/100/1000 Ethernet ports that support Power over Ethernet(PoE)
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-An 8 pin COMM port for serial or other custom communication links to
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the device under test
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-Power connections to provide up to 50V power to the device under test
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==References==
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http://www.azimuthsystems.com

Latest revision as of 18:22, 10 May 2009

Azimuth’s RadioProof Enclosures provide an RF-interference free environment in which to test wireless devices. RadioProof enclosures provide up to 90 dB of radiated RF isolation for a broad range of technologies that operate in frequency bands between 1 - 6GHz.

Features

-RF ports for controlled test traffic path connection (six to ten ports depending on model) -Dual 10/100/1000 Ethernet ports that support Power over Ethernet(PoE) -An 8 pin COMM port for serial or other custom communication links to the device under test -Power connections to provide up to 50V power to the device under test

References

http://www.azimuthsystems.com

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