App Locates PIM Outside Antenna Infrastructure

Kaelus debuts its PIM Finder, software designed to accurately identify and locate external PIM sources outside antenna infrastructure. Used in combination with the company’s iVA Cable & Antenna analyzer and the iPA portable PIM analyzer, PIM finder is a software option available through Kaelus Unify, used to pinpoint and detect external PIM sources such as loose mounting and cable brackets, fasteners, and parapet walls, while allowing for the elimination of key causes of PIM interference.

 

Features include:

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  • Suitable for all testing scenarios including tower, rooftop, DAS and small cell sites
  • Pinpoints external PIM (outside antenna infrastructure)
  • Locates PIM sources in the 560-2750MHz frequency range
  • One-handed operation, direct connection from iVA to low-PIM probe
  • Small and lightweight, allows for working in hard to access areas
  • iPA provides up to 2x20W RF carriers to be transmitted
  • iVA provides a receiver for measuring externally generated PIM 

 For even more information, peruse the PIM Finder datasheet.

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