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vfilip Posted - 07/06/2020 : 09:53:47
A cell tower has been installed opposite at my house which radiates at 8000 & 1800 mhz concurrently and i have just bought the emf 390 .... How do i measure power density contribution of each radiation... one at 800 mhz and on at 1800 mhz
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EmfDev Posted - 07/08/2020 : 09:45:19
Yea it would be great! However, I asked our engineers and they said it is not very likely they will add 1800 to the spectrum at the moment and there is no plan to add it in the future.
vfilip Posted - 07/08/2020 : 01:31:30
if the Spectrum covers the 1800 mhz that would be perfect .. Any implementation for that in future upgrade software ?
EmfDev Posted - 07/06/2020 : 10:11:17
You can use the Spectrum for the 800Mhz. Unfortunately the spectrum doesn't cover the 1800mHz so you just need to use the RF Browser for overall RF detection.

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