NEW FEATURE: SNYPER-LTE Models now with Multi-Language Facility
The SNYPER-LTE is now shipping with a multi-language feature. This means you can now have menus and text in either French, German, Italian or Spanish. The SNYPER-LTE is shipped with English as default, but the other languages can be quickly accessed through the "set-up" option from the main menu. Don't forget to save settings once you have made your choice.
Want to enable Superfast M2M Connectivity?
LTE is the latest cellular network infrastructure providing the means for high speed data and video communication. For the machine to machine(M2M) market this means the advancement and introduction of many new and essential industrial applications. Industrial applications will require the deployment of remote assets. Remote assets need reliable connectivity, so how do you determine if you have coverage, and how strong the LTE signal is?
What will it do for You?
Want to install or service equipment that uses the cellular network? Then you need to know what the cellular signal strength is where the asset is deployed. The all-new SNYPER-LTE provides you with cellular signal strength data from surrounding base stations, enabling you to:
IMPORTANT: SNYPER-LTE requires a SIM for Operation
SNYPER-LTE requires a SIM for operation on all surveys, 2G, 3G and 4G, and it is highly recommended that you ensure you have the SIM or SIMs to gain results from all "local" mobile network operators(MNO's).
The SNYPER-LTE is a high performance cellular signal and network analyser for the LTE (4G) / UMTS(3G) and GPRS(2G) networks, with coverage for the European frequency bands. Used as an invaluable tool for the surveying and commissioning of wireless systems, the SNYPER-LTE has a host of new features, but still uses the SNYPERs same intuitive menus. Ideal for the busy engineer and installer. Building on our many years of signal tester experience, the new SNYPER-LTE range provides market leading performance and functionality, at a highly competitive price.
How easy is it to use SNYPER-LTE?
The menus and operation of the SNYPER-LTE have been designed to be as logical and intuitive as possible, making the unit very simple to use. A large high contrast LCD display ensures that all information is clearly visible, and allows for the presentation of considerable data at the same time. The SNYPER-LTE also allows for considerable customisation of settings including automatic power off, charging rate, sound, and display colour and contrast. Once you have the results you have the opportunity to store them on the device and then transfer them to your PC.
Supplied in its own hard carrying case, the SNYPER-LTE is designed for continuous professional use over many years, with the robust enclosure and rubber surround providing additional shock protection. A multi region power supply is also included for charging of the unit through its USB port.
What's in the Kit?
The kit comprises of:
LTE has many more bands of operation than the previous UMTS(3G) and GPRS(2G) networks, and whilst some are in the same area of the spectrum, others are higher, so the SNYPER-LTE is supplied with two compact antennas, a general purpose coverage antenna(blue) for the 2G, 3G and 4G frequencies, and one for use around the 2600MHz(B7) 4G band(silver). The antennas may also be removed to allow direct connection of an on-site antenna, via SMA connector. This is particularly useful in determining the performance, or optimum network operator, for an existing fixed installation.
The SNYPER-LTE's large rechargeable battery ensures up to 48 hours of use between charges, making the SNYPER-LTE a highly portable solution. The unit will also automatically power down after a period of inactivity, maximising battery life.
Note- auto power off can be changed in the "set up" menu if required.
UMTS(3G) & GSM(2G) Surveys
UMTS(3G) and GSM(2G) surveys, the SNYPER-LTE can determine the strength of a particular network signal, or can review all available network signals in the area of use, and rank these in order of strength through its summary page
The UMTS(3G) & GSM(2G) also have access to a summary page, an incredibly powerful feature allowing network operator choice to be made based on both signal strength and number of usable cells, with all data visible concurrently. The SNYPER-LTE also has a number of signal strength thresholds within the summary page, providing a more concise view where only signals above a certain dB level are of interest.