Handheld Radio Frequency Digital Channel Scanner and Recorder (1Mhz~2.6Ghz)

Handheld Radio Frequency Digital Channel Scanner and Recorder (1Mhz~2.6Ghz)

4 (9 product reviews)Added 5 years ago
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DealExtreme
- Model: IBQ2006HN - Detects RF wireless signals between 1MHz and 2.6GHz - Works for detecting cell phones, walkie talkie, surveillance/hidden/pinhole cameras, bugs and other signal transmitting devices - Displays the exact frequency detected on the backlighted LCD - 9-digit LCD display - Stores up to 99 frequencies detected (supports both automatic and manual saving) - Detection/sensitivity control: 6.4S/0.64S/0.064S/0.064mS - 50Ohm input - Powered by 2 x rechargeable 600mAh Ni-MH rechargeable batteries (included) - 110V~240V AC charger included . - Description correct: the description of this item did not state the correct battery when the item was initially listed. The correct battery type should be rechargeable Ni-MH batteries. Dimensions: 6.3 in x 1.97 in x 0.79 in Weight: 6.95 oz
Aug 2011by RElectrons
Good frequency counter. The antenna is actually attached via a SMA connector. The antenna is not useful for transmitting, as it's SWR is over 25 from 1.8MHz (the lowest my test equipment will go) to almost 170MHz (the highest my test equipment It...translate
May 2010by hellboy35
Very Useful Equipment. I bought this equipment because I build RF transmitters and it accurately detects an RF transmitters' operating frequency. If you are building transmitters, for example a Colpitts oscillator in the range of 88-108 MHz, a a...translate
Aug 2009by sebastys
Handy Freq Scanner. Nice build, lightweight and quite handy. Clear LCD and buttons. Simply, straigh, does what is intend. Cheap and usefull at same time =) Not very accurate sometimes. Very oscilating, needs to be really close to the you want...translate
Feb 2009by clanrat
OK accuracy, buggy firmware, and deaf as a post. This unit is nice and small with a common power supply connector, internal batteries, and a standard SMA connector on it. Unit comes with a wideband UHF antenna (mine was labelled 400-470MHz) and a 120VAC power supply. In...translate
Jan 2009by switchdoctor
FREAK Counter. Really works well for general use, and signal strength indicator is a very handy addition that many counters do not have. It makes it easy to locate transmitters. It uses TWO AAA Batteries (internal) which can be swapped a...translate
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