Tools for RF Power Measurement and Realtime RF Analysis
WaveNode provides sensibly priced RF Wattmeter and Monitoring equipment for Amateur Radio, Government Agency, Avionics, AM/FM Broadcast, and Emergency Communications. Coax sensors from 30 KHz to 1.3GHz are available for every application, and four sensors can be monitored on the LCD display. Connection via USB to a PC allows simultaneous viewing of the four sensors. The at the sensors is digitized, and can be analyzed real-time with digital scope and spectrum analyzer software provided.
Latest News and Announcements:
July-1-2014: N4PY rig control/equipment integrator software
now supports Wavenode wattmeters. www.n4py.com for more information.
WN-2d as reviewed in July '12 magazine - Click here to read
WN-2 as reviewed in August '07 magazine - Click here to read
Introducing WaveNode WN-2m to our family of products
WaveNode WN-2, WN-2d, WN-2m:
WaveNode Sensors for 470 MHz to 1.3 GHz.
0-100 watt operation and are compatible with
all systems. They have low insertion loss and are built on PTFE
stripline with dual differential detectors. True peak and average
power with SWR are displayed on your system.
These units have >23 db directivity
SHF-1 470 MHz - 750 MHz
8KW HF Sensor
WaveNode now has available an HF sensor up to 8KW operation. Same price as our standard 2KW sensor -- $65.00 each. Choose either SO-239 (Silver-Teflon-Gold) or "N" type connector.
This sensor is suitable for use with linear amplifiers capable of > 2KW watts PEP output. Plug compatible with our other sensors to give maximum flexibility to your measurement capability, you can mix and match these sensors with our HF and UHF sensors to provide multiple RF power measurement on a single display.
QRP HF Sensor
The QRP HF sensor extends our sensor lineup to satisfy the needs of the QRP operator. Same price as our 2KW and 8KW -- $65.00 each.
This sensor provides accurate Power and SWR measurement between 20 milliwatts and 60 watts. Mix and match with our other sensors to provide QRP to QRO measurement, no compromise. The WaveNode Sensor selection now provides 0.025--8KW measurement from 1.6 MHz -1.3 GHz, all on a single display.
FM-1 Sensor for FM Broadcast and EmComm: Perfect for local or remote Monitoring of Police/Fire/FM Broadcast. Handles 0-600 Watt forward power with < .03 db insertion loss. Monitor transmitter power and antenna/feedline SWR remotely. Available with RFView and your choice of RF connector.
NIST traceable calibration station
The newest Hardware accessory for the WN2 and WN2-d station monitor.
The Rotator Controller:
Features of your RT-1/ RT-2 Rotor Control System:
1. Point and click control on a map centered at your location. Just one click sends your rotator exactly where you want it.
Controls 2 independent rotators, and indicates both rotators
on the same map. Two auxiliary antennas at 90
3. No alignments are necessary, but provision is made to trim the antenna pointing.
speed control, and all Yaesu©
features. Use your rotator box controls normally also. Uses
connection to your control box that will never lose
communication with your WN-2 or WN-2d with your Yaesu©
UHF-2KW (0-2000 Watt) 120-170 MHz.
UHF-220 (0-2000 Watt) 200-270 MHz.
UHF-70cm (0-2000 Watt) 410-470 MHz.
Accuracy +/- 10%
Connectors SO-239 or "N" Type
Monitor your output with station Oscilloscope or Spectrum Analyzer.
HF-1 sensor shown with RFView option
Optional RFView output port on WaveNode HF sensor allows the operator to view station signals on an oscilloscope. Plug a BNC cable from the remote sensor to your oscilloscope for real-time RF monitoring.
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Attention WN-1 Owners
We have not produced the WN-1 for over five years, but we get inquiries from blind Hams seeking these older units because of their voice and tone announcing. If you have a WN-1 control box that is no longer in service and you wish to donate it to a blind Ham, please let us know at Contact@Wavenode.com. We will bundle it together with a new sensor and cables and donate to a blind Ham via HandiHams. Thanks and 73.
This site was last updated 08/29/14SSL