Spectrum Scout is the only frequency counter that captures frequency and simultaneously displays the FCC band plan information for that frequency.
With a frequency range of 10MHz-2.6GHZ, there are over 1000 FCC records programmed into the Spectrum Scout.
The Spectrum Scout can store up to 1000 captured frequencies in its internal memory, with up to 65,000 hits recorded per frequency.
The Spectrum Scout can also display the signal strength of the frequency captured.
A great feature of the Spectrum Scout is allowing the unit to be modified to your specific location. Using simple text files and a download program that will be supplied by Optoelectronics, you can upload your own information for specific frequencies.
For instance, you could name your local repeater that is operated by your amateur radio club. Or, identify your local municipality frequencies. There are many possibilities.
If you don't live in the U.S. your allocation tables may be much different and you can easily upload all of the information for your city or country.
With over 1000 records programmed into the Spectrum Scout, you can use the unit as your own portable reference guide. Without having to lock on to a frequency just use the arrow buttons to move through the database in steps of 1, 5, 6.25, 10, 12.5, 25, 30, and 50KHz steps. You may also move in steps of 1, 5, and 10MHz. This allows for an easy lookup of the FCC band plan information.
Features, 10MHz - 2.6GHz frequency range
Displays FCC band plan information with each frequency
RF signal strength bar graph
Beeper and vibrator alert
Use FCC allocation data as a reference guide
Memory download and real-time data logging using built-in RS232 interface (CBDS interface cable and software sold separately)
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1000 memories with 65,000 hits per memory,
Scroll FCC data using 11 different step sizes,
2x16 LCD display w/el backlight,
4-hour operation off internal batteries.