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4391A Bird PEP-Dual Element RF Power Analyst (PULL)


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The 4391A Wattmeter reads both forward and reflected power output for CW, symmetrical AM, FM, and SSB. The meter is also capable of calculating SWR,dB return loss and the percent modulation of a device. 




  • Frequency: 0.45 - 2700 MHz

  • Power: 100 Mw – 10 kW

  • Measurements: Reads Forward and Reflected CW or FM Power in watts or dBm, Peak Envelope Power of SSB/DSB and Symmetrical AM in watts, Calculates SWR, Return Loss in dB and 5 Modulation

  • Construction: Shock-resistant keyboard and range switches. RFI protection. Built-in international power supply/charger


Used good condition * No longer available for export
MFR: Bird Electronics, USA
SKU: 4391A-P

Made in the USA

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4391A Bird PEP-Dual Element RF Power Analyst (PULL)

RF Wattmeter monitors Peak Pulse Power, Peak Envelope Power, or CW Power during normal equipment operations in the forward or reflected direction. Designed for air navigational aids DME, ATC and other pulsed RF systems such as telemetry, radar, command and control, etc.
They need no attenuators, directional couplers or charts. Features Frequency: 0.45 - 2700 MHz. Power: 100 Mw – 10 kW Reads forward and reflected CW or FM power in watts or dBm, Peak Envelope Power of SSB/DSB and symmetrical AM in watts Calculates SWR, return loss in dB and 5 modulation

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These parts are used and in good working condition.

Used good condition * No longer available for export
MFR: Bird Electronics

Made in the USA

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Manufacturer Name Bird

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