Radiation meter adds 5G NR EMF measurements

November 10, 2020 //By Jean-Pierre Joosting
SRM-3006 selective radiation meter adds 5G NR EMF measurements
Software option enables code-selective measurement of 5G signals in frequency range 1 (FR1), similar to previous UMTS and LTE options.

Looking at the new requirements for 5G NR, mobile network operators, organizations, private measurement service providers, and public authorities can also use the tried and tested 9 kHz to 6 GHz SRM-3006 selective radiation meter for code-selective measurements of 5G signals.

Narda Safety Test Solutions offers a software option for the SRM-3006 to enable code-selective measurement of 5G signals in frequency range 1 (FR1). This is similar to the well-known software options for UMTS and LTE. The hardware of the industry standard instrument for standard-compliant selective detection and evaluation of high frequency electromagnetic fields (EMF) remains unchanged.

There is a newly developed downconverter antenna for the upper frequency range FR2 (>24 GHz). Work on this new antenna, which in the initial phase will be designed for up to 30 GHz (40 GHz in the second phase) will be completed shortly. The antenna will downconvert the upper 5G FR2 frequency band to enable the SRM to show the correct frequency easily. The SRM can already make frequency selective measurements on 5G signals perfectly. With code selective measurement and frequency extension to FR2, the SRM is the all-round carefree package for complete measurements concerning safety in electromagnetic fields.


Looking at the new requirements for 5G NR, mobile network operators, organizations, private measurement service providers, and public authorities can also use their tried and tested 9 kHz to 6 GHz SRM-3006 for code-selective measurements of 5G signals. The hardware of the industry standard instrument for standard-compliant selective detection and evaluation of high frequency electromagnetic fields (EMF) remains unchanged.


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