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Spectrum Manager IX

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Spectrum Manager IX  is a comprehensive suite of software tools that allow radio receivers to be operated by a personal computer running Windows®. Individual tools are provided for maintaining frequency databases, automated statistics gathering, data logging, interactive monitoring and spectrum analysis. Information is displayed on the screen, recorded to hard disk and can be printed or exported to other software, such as spreadsheets or business applications.

Spectrum Manager IX  includes all Spectrum Commander features.

Detailed Information:

Optional Features:

Ordering and System Requirements:

Audio Recording

  • Simultaneous Audio Recording with Multiple Receivers: Now you can record audio from multiple receivers at the same time using left and right sound card inputs. If you have more than two receivers, Spectrum Manager IX now supports the use of multiple sound cards in the same PC.

  • Separate Audio Recorder for Each Receiver: Each radio control view now has its own audio recorder.

  • Separate Speaker Selection for Each Receiver's Audio Output: Each receiver can be associated with a specific audio output channel for monitoring live audio, including multiple sound card support.

Audio Player

  • Separate Window Operates Independently: Re-play cuts while recording.

  • Lists and Organizes all Recorded Audio Cuts: All cuts are listed in a master database that can be searched and sorted. Quickly locate cuts by date, time, frequency or ID code.

  • Easy Access to Any Cut: Just click on the cut to play it.

Radio Control View

  • Enhanced Log Features Now Include DTMF, Events, GPS updates and Text Annotations
  • Enhanced History View Allows Sorting, Searching & More
  • Log Tools Tab Provides Manual Event Logging and Text Annotations
  • VFO View Allows Direct Frequency and Mode Entry
  • Support for Both Trunked and Conventional Receivers

Spectrum Manager IX  Benefits

Compared to other techniques, such as manual logging, dedicated hardware or tape recording, Spectrum Manager IX  offers these important benefits:

Low Cost - The Spectrum Manager IX  approach uses personal computers, inexpensive radios, and automates tasks that are tedious, time consuming and error-prone.

Portable - A typical installation using a receiver, laptop computer, antenna and cables is easily transported to remote sites or customer locations, and fits under an airline seat. Mobile operation is also easy, making "drive around" measurements a snap.

Flexible - Spectrum Manager IX  can be easily configured to solve different problems at different times. It will rapidly become an important addition to your radio tools.

Non-Intrusive - Because Spectrum Manager IX  collects information "off the air," no console or transmitter site connections are needed, eliminating security and access problems.

Saves Time - Once you set it up, a Spectrum Manager IX  system runs in the background with minimal intervention or supervision.

Comprehensive - Spectrum Manager IX  offers a wide range of features that support many types of activities with one software package.

Performance - Spectrum Manager IX  uses special Windows virtual (32 bit) device drivers. This technique allows maximum scan rates to be achieved without adversely affecting PC performance. It also allows you to use your computer for other tasks while Spectrum Manager IX  is recording data.

Spectrum Manager IX  Applications

Here are a few of the areas when Spectrum Manager IX  Spectrum Manager IX  is being used today:

  • Two-Way & SMR service providers
  • Site & network management
  • Law enforcement, surveillance and countermeasures
  • Emergency management
  • Two-way system engineering
  • Licensing and coordination
  • Government spectrum management and enforcement
  • Wireless & low power system installation
  • Interference tracking
  • Broadcast system engineering
  • Cable TV
  • Paging
  • Cellular & PCS
  • TV, radio and print news media