Visualize Electromagnetic Fields in Augmented Reality
The ScanPhone acquires spectral data collected using a near-field probe and a compatible spectrum analyzer and maps the sweep data very accurately into a 3D space.
Generate Comparison Emission Reports in Minutes
Use Any Near-Field Probe to Measure Electric or Magnetic RF Fields
Intuitive Mapping System to Quickly Find and Visualize EM Fields
Find Unintentional RF Current Paths on Circuit Boards
Easily Map Between Tall Components
Rapid EMI Troubleshooting
Comparison of Emissions Between Different Components/PCBs/Enclosures
Measure Effect of Shielding
Visualization of Emissions
Team/Management Information Communication
Quickly find RF Leakage from Joints & Gaskets
EM and RF Education Tool
Frequency range: Dictated by the chosen near-field probe + spectrum analyzer. Measurements >18 GHz are possible
Resolution Bandwidth: Set by the spectrum analyzer (can be controlled via the Scanphone or directly on the analyzer)
Detectors: Peak/AVG/QP (Set by the spectrum analyzer)
Min pixel size: 2.5mm
Acquisition: 60 Acquisitions per second
Battery life: >20h
Compatible Spectrum Analyzers:
Rohde & Schwarz FPC
Rohde & Schwarz ESU8-EMI Test Receiver
Rohde & Schwarz FSW
Rohde & Schwarz FPH
Agilent ESA series
Keysight MXA N9020A
Custom driver development possible (additional cost)
The Scanphone can also be used in a standalone mode, without a spectrum analyzer. In this mode, data is acquired using removable sensor cards. In this mode the bandwidth of the reading is set by the bandwidth of the probe and a single measurement is captured in each pixel rather than a full spectral-sweep. This is useful for fast scans to get a general idea of emissions from a PCB or product.
Choose from several sensors to measure from DC up to several GHz. Custom sensors can be manufactured upon request.
In this mode, the Scanphone connects to an oscilloscope rather than a spectrum analyzer. In conjunction with a pulse generator (TLP), a disturbance can be injected into a circuit or enclosure and the path of the current can be traced. The oscilloscope waveform acquisition is synchronized to the injected pulse so the propagation of the signal can be measured accurately at every point on a circuit board (see example below).
Rohde & Schwarz RTA4004
.. more coming soon
This has applications in signal integrity – to visualize signal propagation and crosstalk, as well as ESD, to visualize the current path of the discharge.