The HSA-Q1 attracts attention with its impressive frequency range of 1 MHz to 13.44 GHz. Having such a wide detection range, it enables you to detect a wide variety of signals. Worth mentioning is also its incredibly fast sweep time of only 0,5 seconds in Full Range and 0,2 seconds in Lower Range, which is beneficial when dealing with dynamic environments.
Thanks to its five levels of sensitivity, it is a good option for detecting weak signals, while at the same time, the Spectrogram Waterfall Function allows you to analyze each detected signal in depth.
The Tune & Listen demodulation function is one unique feature of the HSA-Q1 which supports Wide FM, Narrow FM, and AM selection. This functionality allows you to listen to the audio of detected signals using either the provided earphones or the internal speaker.
All analyses come stored in memory logs and can be downloaded with a time and date stamp to a complementary USB stick for more detailed comparisons. HSA-Q1 has a clear and solid size 6" TFT Display Screen that ensures good visibility.
Delta X G2/6 and Delta X G2/12 are two variants with slightly different capabilities, but their core features are the same. Their update rate is 2000-3000 MHz per second for Delta X G2/6 and 3000-4000 MHz for Delta X G2/12 which allows rapid signal detection and analysis with a reaction time of approximately 2-3 seconds.
One of the main differences between the two is the frequency range, which is 9 kHz to 6000 MHz for Delta X G2/6 and 9 kHz to 12000 MHz for Delta X G2/12. They are both, however, 20-50 times more sensitive and have a higher detection distance than standard RF detectors, and they can detect various RF listening devices, including analog and digital signals, constant or intermittent transmissions, and those with or without encryption. They are effective at detecting near-field receivers and short-burst signals such as Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, or mobile devices.
The Delta X series comes with multiple working modes - including instant detection mode, guarding mode, locating mode, and car tracker detection. They are powered by the laptop or tablet and come with software, so they also allow you to analyze the signals by importing the known ones. With the help of the supplied Multifunction Probe they detect illegal information transmission on AC, telephone, Ethernet, alarm, and other wires, as well as in the infrared range.
The Oscor Green is a very powerful RF spectrum analyzer with an extremely rapid spectrum sweep that scans 24 GHz in just one second. It covers the frequency range of 10 kHz to 25 GHz and offers quick detection, especially in a busy environment. It eliminates the need for additional antennas, cables, and laptops since it comes with built-in software for analysis, while the high-resolution touch screen allows easy control and panning, zooming, dragging, and moving across data.
Its signal analysis is impressive. They include Spectrogram, Raster Waterfall, Persistence, Signal List generation, and more. You are able to capture, store, analyze, and compare all signals - even burst/packet and frequency hopping signals, which can be harder to pick-up as they transmit in short bursts.
In addition to thorough analysis, it also offers audio and video demodulation with built-in demodulators, supporting AM, FM, SSB, subcarrier, and video. Oscor Green can also be operated remotely - thanks to the Ethernet port, you can monitor sweeps-in-progress using 3rd party virtual network computing software.