Radman 2LT & Radman 2XT frequency range
It's second nature to us but we understand that it's easy to get confused as to what services e.g. 2G/3G/4G/5G our RF personal monitors actually cover. The short answer is all of them but the better answer is that you just need to check the listed frequency range of the given monitor. Take the Radman 2LT as an example. The listed frequency range is 50 MHz to 8 GHz. This covers the vast majority of the telecoms and broadcast frequencies that you're likely to encounter, including 2G to 5G. The slight caveat is 5G. 5G isn't a quantity, it's just a name and as with other telecoms services 5G operates over different frequency bands, the really common ones will be in the approximate range 700 MHz to 3.5 GHz so the Radman 2LT covers these. Yes 5G can also be at 26 GHz (and other mmwave frequencies) but high frequency installations will not be as common and power levels will be lower. For years telecoms systems have used mmwave frequencies for line of site/point to point links, these are invariably low power and represent no significant risk. High frequency simply does not equate to higher risk. However if you need to cover high frequencies then the Radman 2XT covers up to 60 GHz and the Nardalert S3 can be specified up to 100 GHz. Anyhow to get back to the main question all you need to do is to identify what frequency range you need to cover and match that to the personal monitor, be that Radman 2LT, Radman2XT or Nardalert S3. But if you do have any questions just give us a call.