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dj2327 Posted - 10/07/2020 : 09:37:44
Hi there,

I just have a few questions about the digital RF mode that shows estimated total bytes (per period of time):

1) How are the total number of bytes estimated exactly?

2) How accurate is this, for a regular cell-phone signal? (not 3G/4G, not WiFi, but regular cell phone just used for calls/sms)

3) Is it possible to record or obtain the raw bytes - are they recorded or can they be downloaded via the USB cable?

Thank you :)
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EmfDev Posted - 10/07/2020 : 09:50:50
Hi dj2327,

1. The unit detects surrounding RF pulses.
2. They are calculated based on pulses detected.
3. It is not possible in the current firmware to download those data.

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