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freqwolf Posted - 10/25/2020 : 05:53:25
how can detect high frequency bands ? like 5G F2 (24.25GHz -52.6GHz)
can my GQ 390 V2 be upgraded or programmed to sense higher bands.
Anyone please advise. thanks
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rfrazier Posted - 10/25/2020 : 17:11:59
Hi Freqwolf, You may wish to look at my 5G Images post under the name rfrazier where I address this very issue. Short answer, no, the GQ EMF-390 cannot detect those. No common inexpensive meter can detect those. The developer can jump in with info if there's is an upgrade path but I'm not aware of any at this time. Those frequencies are not in much use yet though.

https://www.gqelectronicsllc.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=8892

Ron

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