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RigExpert | AA-600 - Graphical Antenna Analyzer (0.1 to 600 MHz)

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RigExpert | AA-600 - Graphical Antenna Analyzer (0.1 to 600 MHz)

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Excl. Tax: €475.41 Incl. Tax: €580.00

RigExpert AA-600, AA-1000 and AA-1400 are powerful antenna analyzers designed for testing, checking, tuning or repairing antennas and antenna feedlines.

Graphical SWR (Standing Wave Ratio) and impedance, as well as Smith/polar chart displays are key features of these analyzers which significantly reduce the time required to adjust an antenna.

Easy-to use measurement modes, as well as additional features such as connection to a personal computer (to plot Smith charts, etc.), make RigExpert AA-54 attractive for professionals and hobbyists.

The following tasks are easily accomplished by using this analyzer:

  • Rapid check-out of an antenna
  • Tuning an antenna to resonance
  • Antenna SWR and impedance measurement and comparison before and after specific event (rain, hurricane, etc.)
  • Making coaxial lines or measuring their parameters
  • Cable testing and fault location
  • Measuring capacitance or inductance of reactive loads


Frequency range
0.1-600 MHz
Frequency entry step size
1 kHz
Min. sweep range
10 kHz
SWR2AIR™ mode
MultiSWR™ mode +
Reactance sign measurement
Antenna connector type
Output power
-10 dBm
Output amplifier
CML logic
Output signal shape
Reference impedance for SWR measurement
25, 50, 75, 100 Ohm
Analog-to-digital converter
three 1.5V alcaline or three 1.2V Ni-MH, AA size
Battery voltage sensor
Built-in battery charger
Operation with external power supply (without battery)
from USB
Color TFT,
Time Domain Reflectometer mode
Flash memory for storing graphs
90 R/X or SWR memory slots,
10 TDR memory slots
Multilingual support
Presets for radio amateur bands

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