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Utility Week Live
14 May 2018

ASLH355 3G GSM Analyser

This new Analyser performs an on-air cell survey, interrogating all cells it finds to identify network and signal strength.

It does this via its own antenna so the user can roam to find a good location, or via any antenna connected to the analyser’s SMA connector so testing can be done from an external installed antenna.

Cell analysis is network independent – no SIM card is required. Once a survey is completed the strongest signal strength in dBm and CSQ plus the name of each network found is displayed on the builtin liquid crystal display*.

The membrane keypad allows scrolling through the results, and easy selection of test criteria via a simple menu structure.

LEDs show the unit’s charge status, network status and test progress.

The analyser can also display the standard signal strength from installed GSM modems by connection through a serial port, allowing complete modem-SIM antenna testing in situ.

The network list that the analyser searches for can be customised to the country where testing is performed, and limited to selected networks only.

The analyser can be connected to a PC via the built in serial port and the optional configuration tool is used to control the search criteria.

This also allows test results and other user specific configuration information to be logged to the PC. The ASLH355 uses an internal microprocessor and ASLH’s proprietary GSM technology to provide unrivalled functionality in a handheld tester.

The Analyser is powered by internal rechargeable lithium cells, charged via the inbuilt intelligent charging circuitry.

The ASLH355 can be charged from a vehicle auxiliary power (cigar lighter) socket or any ASLH approved power source. 



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