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 Sensor location EMF-380

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n8xyn Posted - 05/03/2018 : 18:33:47
Exactly where are the sensors located in the EMF-380 so I know the best way to hold the unit for the best accuracy?
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EmfDev Posted - 10/09/2018 : 09:00:31
The EF should pick up with same direction as the X, Y, and Z. However Y direction is preferable.
There are different sensors for the spectrum analyzer.
robeyw Posted - 10/06/2018 : 01:23:05
Please describe the RF sensor. I assume that at low and mid frequencies it only picks up the electric field component normal to the face of the instrument and judging by the size I think it could be true for the highest frequency as well. Is this sensor used for all the ranges of the spectrum analyzer?
n8xyn Posted - 05/05/2018 : 11:43:18
Thank you very much :-)
ZLM Posted - 05/05/2018 : 09:43:27
EMF-360,EMF-380 sensor location:

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