OSCOR Green Spectrum Analyzer is a powerful tool for RF detection and analysis with a frequency range of 10 kHz to 24 GHz, sweep speed of 24 GHz/1 second, and built-in software and auto-switching antenna system for total portability.
The OSCOR Green is a high-powered, complete spectrum analyzer designed to detect any unknown, illegal, disruptive, or irregular transmission in a wide frequency range. It can be used in applications such as detecting unwanted covert transmissions from electronic surveillance devices, performing site surveys for communication systems, analyzing RF emissions, and investigating the misuse of the RF spectrum. These capabilities make it a key tool for a wide range of professionals, from security personnel and law enforcement officers to communication engineers and IT professionals.
It operates by performing a comprehensive sweep of the radio frequency (RF) spectrum, covering a range from 10 kHz to 24 GHz in just 1 second. This rapid sweep allows it to quickly identify any transmitting electronic surveillance devices that might be operating in your environment. Once these signals are detected, the device captures and stores them for further analysis, enabling you to identify potential threats and take action.
REI's patented trace analyis for rapid signal detection function provides a complete RF mapping solution. With functions such as Spectrogram, Raster Waterfall, Persistence, Signal List Generation, and more, you can capture, store, analyze and compare all detected signals, even burst/packet & frequency hopping signals which can be harder to pick-up as they transmitt in short bursts.
Demodulation of audio and video is possible with a built-in suite of demodulators for FM, AM, SSB, subcarrier and video demodulation. These demodulators allow you to monitor audio and video signals directly on the OSCOR Green's screen while continuing regular spectrum updates.
All functions are integrated within the built-in software and auto-switching antenna system, eliminating the need for additional antennas, cables, or laptops, and making the device easy to carry and use in the field. The high-resolution touch screen interface allows easy control as you can pan, zoom, drag, and move accross data, making it easy to navigate the device's features and analyze the detected signals. It can also be operated remotely. Also, thanks to the Ethernet port, you can monitor sweeps-in-progress using 3rd party VNC.
The Data Viewer Software is a PC application that allows OSCOR Green users to open, view, analyze, organize, export, and print saved data files on a PC. It works with a variety of file types, including trace files, signal lists, images, and audio files. It can also analyze OSCOR Green Spectrogram files.
Despite its advanced capabilities, the device is portable and lightweight, weighing less than 4 kg. Its battery power lasts 3-4 hours on one charge, making it suitable for extended use in the field. It also comes with a universal power supply that is compatible for use in a wide range of locations around the world.
The OSCOR Green Spectrum Analyzer comes in a rugged carry case with accessories including:
Multi-Purpose Probe: Captures carrier current signals, coax, VLF magnetic loop, infrared, and visible light transmissions
Directional Antenna: Helps locate transmitters, can be handheld or clipped to the antenna panel
Whip Antenna: Improves low frequency reception, plugs into the extension connector on top of the antenna panel
No need for additional antennas, cables, or laptops with built-in software
Auto-switching multi-antenna system
Advanced signal analysis with Spectrogram, Raster Waterfall, Persistence, etc.
Touch Screen interface allows for easy controls - panning, zooming, dragging, and moving
Lightweight and fully portable with minimum setup
Quickly identifies localized RF energy transmissions and generates signal lists
Audio and video demodulation with built-in demodulators including AM, FM, SSB, subcarrier, and video
Remote access with 3rd party virtual network computing software (VNC)
Data Viewer software for detailed analysis and reporting of captured data
3-4 hours of battery life on a single charge
OSCOR Green vs. OSCOR Blue:
The main technical difference between OSCOR Green and OSCOR Blue is in the functioning of the Trace Data Recorder and Spectrogram Function. OSCOR Green's Spectrogram function saves intermediate traces at 24.4 kHz resolution every 10 seconds, while OSCOR Blue's Trace Data Recorder saves intermediate traces at 12.2 kHz resolution every 5 seconds. This means that the OSCOR Green captures more detailed data with higher resolution but less frequently, while OSCOR Blue saves less detailed data, but more frequently. The choice between the two models depends on what you need. If your focus is on obtaining more detailed information about the signals and capturing precise data If your requirements involve rapidly changing signals that need to be captured in real-time, the OSCOR Green Spectrum Analyzer is a more suitable option. However, if your requirements involve rapidly changing signals that need to be captured in real-time, the OSCOR Blue Spectrum Analyzer would be a better choice.
OSCOR Green Specifications:
Frequency: 8 GHz Model (OGR-8): 10 kHz - 8 GHz
24 GHz Model (OGR-24): 10 kHz - 24 GHz
Sensitivity/Displayed Average Noise Level (DANL) (25 kHz Resolution Band Width)
Without Preamp = -100 dBm
With Preamp = -110 dBm
Sweep Speed: 24 GHz/second
Preamp: DC-8 GHz = 10 dB
Attenuation: DC-24 GHz = 0 dB, -10 dB, -20 dB, -30 dB
Min/Max Range: 90 dB
SFDR: 80 dB
Dimensions: 11.5 in x 13.2 in x 3.0 in (29.2 cm x 33.5 cm x 7.6 cm)
Weight with Battery: 9.6 lbs (4.4 kg)
Case Dimensions: 14.9 in x 19.5 in x 5.5 in (37.8 cm x 49.5 cm x 14 cm)
Loaded Case Weight: 21.0 lbs (9.5 kg)
Operating Temperature: 0° C to +50° C
OSCOR Green Spectrum Analyzer Feature Focus:
1 second sweep of 0-24 GHz frequency range
OSCOR Green Spectrum Analyzer has an incredibly rapid sweep speed of 24 GHz in just one second at 12.2 kHz resolution. This impressive feature allows it to quickly detect any and all transmitting electronic surveillance devices, ensuring that nothing goes undetected, even in busy RF environments. When these signal are detected, OSCOR Green stores them and thanks to a variety of additional analyzing features, allows you to view, study and locate any hidden electronic surveillance device within the area. It detects pulsed, frequency hopping, and spread spectrum signals. OSCOR Green Spectrum Analyzer is also used for site surveys for communications systems and RF emissions analysis, along with security surveys and investigation of hidden surveillance equipment.
Efficient and compact with the built-in software & auto-switching antenna system
With the combination of both built-in software and automatic multi-antenna switching system, OSCOR Green is an all-in-one solution that eliminates the need for additional accessories, cables, laptops, or antennas. This simplifes the overall setup and operation, making the OSCOR Green more portable and convenient for professionals who need to perform RF detection and analysis in various locations.
Complete Signal Analysis
The advanced signal analysis and location capabilities of OSCOR Green include patented trace analysis for rapid signal detection, unique spectrogram (trace data recorder), raster waterfall display, persistence display, signal list generation, and more. REI's patented trace analysis scans the area with a sweep speed of 24 GHz per 1 second at 12.2 kHz resolution, quickly providing full trace and signal analysis and helping you identifiy and understand the RF environment. The unique spectrogram (waterfall) displays a visual representation of received traces over time, allowing you to see and track the frequency spectrum in real-time. It also provides a historical view of the signals, enabling you to see how they have changed over time. This can be especially useful in identifying periodic or rapidly changing signals. The raster waterfall display shows short term spectrogram of received signals. Persistence display shows signals in varying colors based on their persistence. The most persisent signals show in brigher colors, while the less persistent signals show in darker colors. This feature helps recognize signals that are possibly hiding or masked by existing area signals. As OSCOR Green quickly identifies localized RF energy transmissions, it generates signal lists with which you can easily analyze the detected signals and identify potential threats. It is also is capable of logging signals from burst/packet and frequency hopping devices, even when the signals are intermittent. The complete and advanced signal analysis capabilities make it OSCOR Green a powerful tool for identifying and understanding the RF environment.
OSCOR Green system includes built-in demodulators for AM, FM, SSB, subcarrier, and video signals. This allows it to analyze a wide range of signal types, increasing its versatility and usefulness. All demodulated signals will be shown on display. You will be able to see the demodulated video and hear the demodulated audio signal in Analyze mode. While demodulating, OSCOR Green will continue to sweep the spectrum and update any changes.
Compatible with Data Viewer Software
The Data Viewer Software allows you to view, analyze, organize, export, and print saved data on a PC. It enhances the OSCOR Green's functionality by providing a programme for detailed analysis and reporting. With the Dara Viever Software you can analyze Spectrogram files, compare multiple trace files in one graph view, display and export signal lists with detailed infomration, inspect various images, and even play back demodulated audio files.
Remote monitoring of sweeps
Thanks to the ethernet port, OSCOR Green can be accessed remotely using third-party virtual network computing software. This allows you to monitor and analyze signals from a distance, adding an extra layer of convenience and flexibility. Whether you're in the next room or across the country, you can access the OSCOR Green and monitor a sweep in progress.
Fully portable design suitable for long operations
Despite its advanced capabilities, the OSCOR Green is portable and easy to carry, weighing only 4.4 kg/9.6 lbs. As everything you need is included in the one system, you can comfortably carry out detailed RF sweeps and analysis wherever you are, in the field or office settings, without worrying about functionality. It is powered by a rechargeable lithium-ion battery which runs approximately 4 hours on a single charge and has a universal power supply, making it suitable for long operations and extended periods in the field, without interruptions.
Integrated Touch Screen
The OSCOR Green features a high-resolution 8.4” touch screen display with pan, zoom, drag, and move controls. These controls make it easy to interact with the device and analyze the detected signals. The display is user-friendly and provides easy navigation through all the device's features and settings. The touch screen also displays a visual representation of the RF environment, helping you identify and analyze signals.
How to use the OSCOR Green Spectrum Analyzer:
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Disclaimer: Items on the website are not be used for the purpose of illegal surveillance of unsuspecting subjects. The items are to be used only in compliance with all the local laws and regulations under the threat of penalty.