Atlanta, GA (May 2, 2014)—Kaltman Creations LLC has upgraded its Invisible Waves RF-Vue touch tablet RF analyzer; starting next month, it will ship with a Dell Latitude 10-inch tablet, and for a limited time, will include the integrated RF-intermodPRO intermodulation software at no additional charge.
The RF-Vue portable tablet-based RF analyzer allows users to control wireless transmitters and IEMs, and visually navigate around RF interference via full-finger on-screen control. According to the company, the new tablet offers better and faster finger gesture control, faster sweep speeds, and larger memory and hard drive size than previously available.
“The Dell tablet/computer represents a significant improvement in technology yet with no price increase for our customers,” said Mark Kaltman, president of Kaltman Creations. “Maintaining our low price was due in-part to the initial success of the RF- Vue and our subsequent ability to make a large buy-in on these tablets.” The RF-Vue is also offered for use with a customer’s own tablet or laptop.
The RF-Vue and its new Dell tablet cover the 50MHz to 2.5GHz frequency range; current, average, and peak spectral traces; Touch-to-Listen; a RF Congestion Scale to gauge the severity of local RF; customizable screen markers; and insta-save custom profiles.
The new Dell Latitude 10 inch tablet specifications include: Microsoft Windows 8 32-Bit Intel AtomTM Processor Z2760 1.8GHz with Intel Burst Technology, 2GB LPDDR2 SDRAM integrated; 10.1” IPS HD (1366 X 768) Wide View Angle LCD with Corning Gorilla Glass 2; eMMC 64GB Wireless LAN + Bluetooth; USB 2.0; SD Memory Card Reader; and Stereo headphone/Mic combo jack.
For a limited time, the RF-Vue will also include the RF-intermodPRO “one-click assignment” intermodulation predicting software which can be used either as a standalone software or integrated with the RF-Vue. When integrated with the RF- Vue, the RF-intermodPRO incorporates the analyzer’s real-time spectral data into the intermodulation calculation process,