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RadioScan® Spectrum Analyzer

RadioScan Spectrum Analyzer (P/N 5988) is a 900MHz and 2.4GHz spectrum analyzer (includes a RadioScan hardware dongle and accompanying free RadioScan software) that enables you to easily visualize radio energy that is otherwise invisible to you. Using RadioScan helps you to create a broadcast plan that optimizes available spectrum in your area, and helps prevent interference with other mission critical radio devices near you.

RadioScan shows all radio activity near you in your chosen frequency, including frequency hopping gear like wireless DMX, as well as Wi-Fi networks, Bluetooth, wireless headsets, video transmitters, cordless phones, baby monitors, and microwave ovens. RadioScan can view spectrum data either in Spectrogram View or Waterfall View, and snapshots can be taken of both in the program. Scans of any length can be recorded, saved, emailed and played back with the RadioScan software, without the need for the RadioScan hardware dongle.

By identifying SSIDs, broadcast channel, and the signal strength of wireless networks, RadioScan can help IT departments setup, maintain, and troubleshoot their wireless installations.

For users of Multiverse® wireless DMX/RDM products, RadioScan will guide you in creating the optimum broadcast plan for your production.

RadioScan is compatible with both PC and MAC computers.

The RadioScan software program is available as a free download in the download tab below, or on the Firmware page.

Additional Information

  • 900MHz and 2.4GHz spectrum analyzer with dual band antenna

  • Finds all radio activity nearby in chosen spectrum

  • Identifies SSID and signal strength of Wi-Fi networks

  • Shows either Spectrogram or Waterfall view

  • Can record and play back scans of unlimited length

  • Takes and saves snapshots

  • Records text notes on scans

  • Prompts Multiverse SHoW IDs

  • Compatible with PC and Mac computers (USB to USB-C cable provided)

  • Designed and built in the USA by City Theatrical

Physical Specifications

 

Description

   

Frequency

 

2.4-2.483GHz

   

Size (not including antenna)

 

2.0" (50mm) L x 2.0" (50mm) W x 0.5" (25mm) H

   
Length with antenna fully extended
 7.4375" (188.9mm)
   

Antenna

 

Detachable external omnidirectional broadband,, 4dBi 2.4GHz

   

Construction

 

NEMA 4 IP20 ABS Plastic

   

Power/Data Connector

 

USB-C with 1m (39.37”) USB-A to USB-C cable

 
 

Computer Requirements

 
Computer Requirements

 Windows 10 / Mac OS 10.15 or higher
   

Display resolution

 

800x600

   

Wi-Fi Radio

 

Internal or USB Wi-Fi adaptor

   

USB Port

 

1.1 or better

   

RAM

 

4GB

 
 

Product Information

Configuration

 

City Theatrical RadioScan software program

   

Use Environment

 

Indoor

   

Warranty

 

One year

   
Manufacturing Origin

 USA
   
Compliance

 FCC, IC, CE, RoHS
Title Description
pdf RadioScan Spectrum Analyzer at Company Broadway
“This RadioScan setup has been a game changer for us. Now we can easily put the antenna where it needs to be, to see what is happening close to the transmitters and receivers. Before, we were only able to see what was happening in the booth, not where the real action is on stage.” - Kevin Barry, Production Electrician
pdf Multiverse Studio Wireless DMX for Season II of the CBS original television series, The Unicorn “If I could, everything would come in and be attached to a Multiverse Studio Receiver. Having that interactive screen on your device… I can see the radio signal, universe, and everything I need to know if I need to assess something quickly. All of that control at the electrician’s level has been a gamechanger. All the guys love it, and they reach for it.”
- Justin Stroh, Chief Lighting Technician, The Unicorn
pdf Multiverse Studio Wireless DMX for Season II of the Television Series Everything's Gonna Be Okay on Freeform “The Multiverse Studio Kit was just what we needed. The setup and connectivity was fast and easy. We had all 6 receivers working on many of our lighting setups with zero connection fails all season.”
- Carlos M. Torres, Chief Lighting Technician, Everything's Gonna Be Okay
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