QS Pilot Transmitter
Efficient Ingress Troubleshooting
Arcom’s Pilot Transmitter provides a means to test home network shielding efficiency (SE) at the LTE and aeronautic band. When high level transmitters like mobile phones are in close proximity to the home network – with its inherent low signal levels and often old and suspect wiring –it can often mean that even sub 1µ/m leaks need to be mitigated to eliminate interference.
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Agile: The Pilot Transmitter can generate pilots at both the LTE and aeronautical band. Using two pilots at different frequencies minimizes multipath and simplifies the troubleshooting process.
On Target: An illustration of the pilot frequencies is shown above. At the LTE band, frequency variations of cables within walls make it critical to select a frequency very close to the channel with the ingress problem. This ensures that you troubleshoot the correct problem – working far from the LTE band will yield poor results.
Shielded and Accurate: The agile transmit frequency can be configured by the companion Navigator Plus or Snoop. the Navigator Plus and Snoop provide the detected level both as a shielding efficiency number and as an actual leak level number, recalculating the displayed number to be consistent with typical home signal levels and not the +40dBmV. The shielding efficiency number provides a more intuitive representation of what falls within acceptable limits.
In-Home Ingress Detection: The Pilot mode may also be used for troubleshooting low frequency ingress issues inside the home.
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