Antenna SWR Analyzer Mini60 1 - 60 Mhz with Bluetooth (Assembled)
The Android application can be downloaded at http://divshare.com/download/launch/25053810-2a7 or here
Here is the link to the Linux application
My experience is that the connection distance between Mini60 and Android device is not very good and you need to have the two devices in close proximity.
- mini size: 9.1*5.3*2.5cm
- with 3.7v li-on battery(rechargeable)
- Precise and self-calibrating reflectometer design measures forward and reflected signals and impedance data
- Display 2x16 with optional backlight
- Precision DDS signal generator (AD9851) used as signal source
- USB port connects to PC for field-upgradeable software and uploading of real-time measurement data
- Manual control option displays SWR and complex impedance at selected frequencies.
- Automatic scanning results displayed as frequencies of lowest SWR and complex impedance
- Battery operated for field use or use external 13.8V wall adaptor (Power adaptor not included)
- Power saving modes
- Multi-point calibration for better accuracy
- Instrument Capabilities:
- Measure antenna electrical parameters: SWR, impedance (resistance + reactance), capacitance, inductance
- Measure feedpoint impedance
- Measure ground loss
- Adjust antenna tuners and determine loss
- Measure inductors and capacitors
- Measure coax transmission line (SWR, length, velocity factor, approximate Q and loss, resonant frequency, and impedance)
- Measure and determine optimum settings for tuning stubs: SWR, approximate Q, resonant frequency, bandwidth, impedance
- Determine characteristic impedance of transmission line
- Determine length of ¼ and ½ wave phasing lines
- Coaxial Cable Loss
- Determine antenna tuner loss
- Measure balun loss
- Measure inductor Q
- Estimate quartz crystal parameters
- Measure magnetic loop resonance and SWR
- Frequency Generation & Control:
- 1 - 60 Mhz
- Source impedance: 50 Ohms
- Stability: +/- 100 ppm
- Spectral Purity: Harmonics down >- TBD dB beyond 60 MHz
- Step Size: User configurable increments of 100 Hz, 1 kHz, 10 kHz, and 100 kHz
- Usable Measurement Range:
- SWR: 1.0 to 9.99
- Impedance: approx. 5 to 2000 ohms
- RF Output:
- Adjustable: 2.0 Volts pp (typ)
- Power supply:
- 3.7v li-on battery
- External: 12 to 14 Volts DC, 500mA
- Pushbuttons (5): "Mode", "Band", "Config", "Scan", "Up", "Down"
- Switch: "Power On"
- RF Out: PL-259
- USB: Mini-B receptacle
- External power: 2.1mm Power Jack (center pin positive)
Package included :
Mini HF ANT SWR Antenna Analyzer Meter For sark100 Ham Radio Hobbists + battery
Here is a Demo video of the Mini60 anaylzer.
Here is the link to the donload and compilation instructions for Linux Linux Application
Running a Scan using a SARK100 on Linux
- Turn on your antenna analyzer and connect it to your antenna.
- Press the "Config" button until you see the words "PC Link" on your screen, then press the down arrow. Your screen should now show the message "Waiting Link".
- Use a USB cable to connect your computer with your antenna analyzer.
- Open the Antenna Analyzer app you compiled using the instructions above.
- From the Antenna Analyzer app, use the "Link" menu to select your device. You probably have only one option displayed, but if there are multiple options, you may need to perform some experiments to identify which of the listed devices is your Antenna Analyzer.
- Use the displayed GUI to select which frequencies you'd like to scan, and press the "Scan" button.
Bellow is a screen shot of Linux app