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 GQ EMF-390 getting RF 9.3GHz

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ray0517 Posted - 04/18/2021 : 05:54:12
Since the meter measures up to 10GHz,
it is possible to know the value of this 9.3GHz frequency,
and where it is beaming from,
if there exists 1 such RF detected by the meter ?
(I know that there is a frequency graph but that applies to no more than 2.5GHz only)
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EmfDev Posted - 04/20/2021 : 09:33:02
Hi ray0517, The RF Browser detects up to 10GHz. But it is a general RF reading. Unlike the RF Spectrum, it wont tell you the frequency being detected. Finding where it is coming from is also hard, you need to point or move to directions and find where the signal is strongest. But that only works if you know that the only signal present is the 9.3GHz.

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