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Lance Chu
 Post subject: Antenna Measurement Solution
Posted: Tue Jan 10, 2006 9:33 am 
Introducing the newest addition to the Diamond Engineering product line: the DAMS 6000 v5.0 Antenna Measurement System

Finally an affordable system capable of precise and advanced 3D measurement of antennas ranging in frequency from DC to 18 GHz. Using a USB interface, the included software simplifies and automates antenna measurement allowing basic plotting, 3D color coordinated patterns, and advanced calculations for the most demanding users. Backed by a 2 year unlimited warranty, Diamond Engineering represents not only quality you can see, but quality you can trust.

Why settle for anything less, when everything else costs so much more?

http://www.diamondeng.net

Platform Features:

- DC-18 GHz Frequency Range

- Precision 2 axis Movement

- Accuracy to 1/8 of a degree

- Non-Metallic platform

- Ideal for small test environments

- 360 Degrees Horizontal Rotation

- +/- 45 Degree Elevation Movement

- Standard USB/Serial Connection

- For Small to Medium Sized Antennas

Software

- Easy to use Interface

- Up to 801 frequencies

- Real Time Measurement Display

- GPIB Instrument Connection

- Data Import/Export Functions

- High Resolution 3D Plots

- Works with most Analyzers

Advanced Features

- Measurement array calculator

- Iso-Sphere Plots

- Spherical Plots

- Plot Overlays

- Amplitude and Polar Plots

As a representative of Diamond Engineering, I have full confidence in our product and will gladly answer any questions you may have. For more information or promotional discounts please contact me at lance@diamondeng.net


 
  
 
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Posted: Wed Jan 18, 2006 8:05 pm 
 
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It's definitely not worth the money! The SW is hard to get used to and the whole system can be built and programmed a LOT cheaper (if you have the resources or skills!!!)

Posted  11/12/2012

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