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sXc2450

sXc2450 web

Designed to test radiofrequency electromagnetic eld exposures from third generation (3G) mobile communication devices operating according to the UMTS standard. 2G modulation schemes such as GSM are also applicable.

 

sXc1950

For exposures to radio-frequency electromagnetic fields from 3G mobile communication devices, operating according to the UMTS standard at 1950 MHz. 2G modulation schemes are implemented as well.

 

sXc1800

For exposures to radio-frequency electromagnetic fields from 2G mobile communication devices, operating in the 1800 MHz region, such as GSM DCS and EDGE.

 

 



 

sXc900

For exposures to radio-frequency electromagnetic fields from 2G mobile communication devices, operating in the 900 MHz region, such as GSM. The setup is based on two R9 rectangular waveguide chambers.

 

sXcTEM835

Tests radiofrequency electro- magnetic field exposures from mobile communication devices operating in the 900 MHz region (additional frequencies upon request). The setup is based on two Crawford TEM cells that are blindly excited by a fully com- puter-controlled signal unit.

 

sXcTEM027

Tests radiofrequency electro- magnetic field exposures from mobile communication devices operating in the 27 MHz region (additional frequencies upon request). The setup is based on two Crawford TEM cells that are blindly excited by a fully com- puter-controlled signal unit.

 

 



 

sXcELF

Tests extremely low frequency magnetic field exposures from power distributing systems. The setup is based on two 4-coil systems that are blindly excited
by a fully computer-controlled signal unit.

 

sXcLive2450

Miniature RF exposure system at 2450 MHz, which is integrated with a microscope system. State-of-the-art microscopic techniques, including confocal scanning and fluorescence microscopy, allow live cell imaging during exposure. In contrast to the classic approach of post analysis of cell responses, the instrument enables direct insight into the cell’s response to electromagnetic fields (EMF).

 

sXcLiveELF

Miniature extremely low freq- uency (ELF) exposure system which is integrated with a microscope system. State-of-the-art microscopic techniques, including confocal scanning and fluorescence microscopy, allow live cell imaging during exposure. In contrast to the classic approach of post analysis of cell responses, direct insight into the cell’s response to EMF is enabled.