Measuring how much each seperate RF service contributes to total radiation expsosure level
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Using the Narda SRM to Measure How Much Each Separate RF Service Contributes to Total Exposure Levels

There’s no magic involved for the Narda SRM-3006 Selective Radiation Meter. It has a “Safety Evaluation” mode just for this purpose. You can use the SRM-Tools PC software supplied with it to define lists of any services you like in the event that the predefined lists do not match your needs.

SRM Results Table

For example, FM radio occupies the frequencies from 87.5 to 108 MHz, LTE occupies… and so on. You then only have to select this list on the device and you will get a table displayed that shows the contributions of each separate service. Just the way you want it: in absolute values such as mW/cm² or V/m, or, even easier, as a percentage of the limit value. And if you don’t like result tables, you can display the values as a graph. Results that are simple, and easy to understand.

That’s particularly true when the display is in percent of the limit value and the services are shown in plain text. Then, just about anyone can make measurements with the Narda SRM Meter. And that’s the best antidote to doubt: let the interested persons measure things for themselves. The SRM spells it out. You then only need to save the results, and the printed measurement report will contain the same results as were displayed on the screen. No more tiresome post-processing the results back in the office. The SRM Selective Radiation Meter gives you the final result right away, on screen or in print.


If you have any concerns or questions regarding radiation monitoring and measurements or the SRM-3006 Selective Radiation Meter, click here or call 1800 000 744 to speak to one of our friendly representatives.


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Mon. 18 Mar 2019

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Measuring How Much Each Separate RF Service Contributes to Total Exposure Levels