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 RF "All-in-one" and "Vertical" modes

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Mugless Posted - 06/20/2020 : 21:08:39
Hi Everyone,

I have a question about GQ 390 RF "All-in-one" and "Vertical" modes

Please refer to the screenshots in sequence, taken in quick succession:



Q1. Are the readings in "All-in-one" mode man to be the same as the bottom 2 numbers in "Vertical" mode. That, is the sum of all readings across all bands 0.24 to 10 GHz?
Q2. If so, why are the peak readings different? Note that in A peak = 6.393 mW/m2; peak in B = 2.09 mW/m2; peak in C = 6.393 mW/m2 i.e. unchanged from A after a minute.

Thank you,

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EmfDev Posted - 06/23/2020 : 09:43:45
Sorry looks like these two are different variables. The AllInOne has its own peak and will reset when you change the mode to EMF or EF. And the RF peak in vertical mode also resets when you change the mode to Vertical EMF/EF. Maybe in the future we will fix this to be the same.
Mugless Posted - 06/22/2020 : 16:27:31

Originally posted by EmfDev

They are the same. However, it will reset once you try to change the mode.

If the peak value resets when the mode is changed, why is the peak value in C(All-in-One") still 6.393 mW/m2 about 30 seconds after being in B (Vertical) where the peak value was 2.09 mW/m2? Should not C read 2.09 mW/m2 instead of the same reading as A (6.393 mW/m2)?

Or, have I misunderstood you?

EmfDev Posted - 06/22/2020 : 10:12:19
They are the same. However, it will reset once you try to change the mode.

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