At work I have been taked with investigating the use of a system that indicates that the RF cable connected to our antenna is transmitting.
Someone mentioned a method similar to clampmeter. It purpose is to run a light that indicates it is operation. I am by no means an expert in this area, so any help would be appreciated.
Thanks in advance
Something like this may be possible depending on how good the cable shield attenuation is. If it's a solid shield coaxial cable the attenuation may be so high that it would not be possible to detect transmitter power through the shield. Then again, the transmitting antenna and other leakage may provide enough signal. Key issues are: the transmitter power level, frequency, and moduation type.