Siretta’s range of signal analysers allow you to identify a range of cellular networks whilst providing detailed analysis and breakdown of the results. Siretta offer 3 variations of the Snyper which have a range of features and capabilities, in this blog we will highlight some of the key features and differences in each model.
We are all very familiar with 3G and 4G by this point as it has already become an integral part of our modern way of living, keeping us all connected to one another worldwide 24/7. So, it’s understandable that when talking about 5G people just see it as the next G and it not being anything special beyond slightly faster speed. However, that could not be further from the truth as 5G is up to 100x faster than 4G and I’m sure you will all agree that this is a significant improvement!
The Snyper range from Siretta is full of powerful devices allowing users to detect a wide range of cellular frequencies whilst also providing a breakdown of network provider, signal strength and more! All of the models are capable of this however the Graphyte is the “crème de la crème” coming with every feature you could ever want or need from a signal analyser.
When installing antennas we all want to achieve the best possible signal, after all that’s what we are using them for! However, many factors take hold and get in the way of the signal ruining your chances of getting the best possible signal. In this blog post I aim to help you get an understanding of environmental factors that can impact the performance and things you can do to mitigate the negative impact of these.
Siretta produce a wide range of antennas and in todays blog we are going to outline the basics of each series of antenna offered and some typical applications. We will also briefly cover the part numbering system that Siretta use to identify each series of antenna and the information contained within the part number.
Do you really need all that gain ?
When looking for Antennas its easy to fall into the trap of “the bigger the better”, however in some situations this can be quite the opposite! In this blog we are going to address some of the very basics about antenna gain and things to look for and consider when making your selection.
The new LTE Cat 1 cellular network is growing in popularity for Industrial IoT applications, with it being capable of bridging the gap for the transition of 3G/UMTS applications as 3G begins to get decommissioned.