Principle of operation
The ANDRE is a handheld broadband receiver that detects known, unknown, illegal, disruptive, or interfering transmissions. The ANDRE locates nearby RF, infrared, visible light, carrier current, and other types of transmitters. Quickly and discretely identify threats using the ANDRE Deluxe’s wide range of accessories specifically designed to receive transmissions from 10 kHz up to 12 GHz.
The ANDRE features a signal strength histogram displaying RF levels over user-selected time intervals ranging from 5 seconds to 24 hours. Observe differences between digital, analog, and burst signals and set alert thresholds with audio and haptic feedback.
In zoom mode, only a 30 dB segment of the histogram is displayed. This reduced scale enables users to easily see small changes in RF signal activity.
Signal information and band details
The ANDRE frequency counter automatically generates a signal list from the strongest signals. Signal frequencies are listed beginning with the strongest signal, and can be designated as threatening, friendly, or unknown. Double-tapping a signal provides more details including band classification information.
The ANDRE can demodulate and playback live analog audio. Ten second audio files can be recorded, stored, and played back. The live audio screen displays a bar graph showing received signal strength.
Read the manual to the left side of this page.