MX800 Base Station/Repeater

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Advanced Programming Capabilities

The MX800 can be easily re-configured using our powerful MXTOOLS, a technical Diagnostic and Alignment tool. MXTOOLS software runs on a standard PC and uses a Graphical User Interface (GUI) allowing the adjustment of over 100 microprocessor controlled parameters. MXTOOLS ver1 was the Radios industries first GUI based software tool being introduced in 1997.

User Specific Hardware Setup

Simple hardware based configurations or adjustments can be done quickly and easily by the Technician using jumper links and analog multi-turn pots.

Self-Monitor and Diagnostic Capability

The MX800 incorporates Built In Test Equipment (BITE) as standard, so as avoiding the need for any external costly monitoring units. The built in Forward and Reflected RF Wattmeter is as accurate as most modern Test Equipment.

Power Supply System

By adhering to the 13.8V DC industry standard, the MX800 retains the benefits of simplicity, efficiency and low cost of ownership. Inferior 28V designs suffer from reduced Transmitter VSWR rudgeness and the added cost and inefficiency of DC to DC converters.

Complete Remote Accessibility

A internal Ethernet interface (T58) Option provides data access to the MX800 Base Station/Repeater using Internet/Intranet TCP/IP Protocols. Using the MXTOOLSRD software, remote control and diagnostics monitoring of the MX800 can be performed. [more info..]

MXTOOLS software supports modem dial out function for the PC. [more info..]


Wide Band Technology

Spectra Engineering’s designs feature the widest bandwidth in the industry. Previously, the RF Power Amplifier in a Transmitter restricted the available full power Bandwidth. New technology now changes those rules with latest generation Power Amplifiers exceeding 80MHz Bandwidth whilst attaining even greater levels of efficiency.

Rugged Performance

The MX800 is designed and built without compromise to exceed industry standards and all international specifications. Is also capable of withstanding extreme temperature conditions and is engineered for maximum reliability. A compact yet efficient heatsinking system maintains the highest possible levels of service in adverse environments. Other inferior designs vent hot air through internal sections exposing core components to increased temperatures. The MX800 solves these problems and others by passing all hot air along the outside of the chassis and away from neighboring equipment.

Internal Modular Design

Allows easy changeover of modules for servicing and has the advantage of simpler and less complicated construction. Being purpose designed and built from the very start, servicing is a breeze with the flat internal layout. By removing just a few cover plates, even while in situ, one can access every component within the MX800 while still operating and fully connected.
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