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LadyBug Technologies Intros 9 kHz to 8 GHz USB Power Sensor

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LadyBug LB5908L Power Sensor

LadyBug Technologies Intros 9 kHz to 8 GHz USB Power Sensor - RF CafeLadyBug Technologies' new LB5908L Power Sensor measures RF power at frequencies from 9 kHz to 8 GHz, making it ideal for source calibration and EMC testing applications. The sensor has excellent sensitivity and measures from -60 dBm to +20 dBm.

The fully self-contained sensor has three interfaces, giving it new never-before -available connectivity. Customers can connect to the sensor using USBTMC, USB HID, or the optional SPI/IIC interface. The sensor has a built in real-time clock and measurement storage. Once programmed, it can make and store over 100 million measurements with no computer or power meter connected. 

Users can take advantage of LadyBug's included Precision Power Meter application, or connect using any of the interfaces for programmatic access. The sensor is recommended for built-in applications, ATE systems, and for general -purpose high accuracy power measurements.

Thanks to LadyBug's patented No-Zero No-Cal technology, the LB5908L sensor can make high-accuracy measurements as low as – 60 dBm, without zeroing the sensor before use. 

 

For further information contact LadyBug Sales at 707-546-1050 X103 or visit www.ladybug-tech.com

 

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Orwill Hawkins
LadyBug Technologies, LLC Contact
Phone: 707-546-1050 x103
Website: www.LadyBug-Tech.com
e-Mail: Orwill@LadyBug-Tech.com

 

 

 

 

Posted  August 5, 2014

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