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Signal Level Meters

GAOTek offers a wide range of high performance and inexpensive TV and CATV signal level strength meters. TV signal strength meters and testers are required when installing or maintaining analog TV and digital TV systems and closed CCTV systems. The devices can effectively and accurately measure the analog channels and digital channels signal strength and are the preferred choice of TV installation technicians.

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TV signal testers are designed to measure signal level strength and their relevance when diagnosing and repairing CATV. The devices can be used to measure TV signal levels and power levels. Cable signal meters calculate the signal levels by scanning the systems. After analyzing the systems, the information about channel levels will be displayed on the screen. The instruments ensure that signal levels are delivered as required. Moreover, the devices can also measure channel power, MER and BER of the digital channel and single channel, dual channel, A/V, C/N, and voltage of analog channel. Several signal level meters allow users to test and display 2 channels at the same time.


GAOTek’s TV signal meters are cost effective and efficient as they reduces testing and troubleshooting times for network analysis and qualifications. These versatile devices feature large easy-to-read LCD displays which indicate signal levels and battery power levels. They also have auto power-off at selectable time intervals and numeric keypads which allow users to operate easily.

Applications and Industries

The TV signal strength meters are mainly used in CATV industry, digital industry, and telecom industry. The devices can also be used in applications such as detect radio interference, range testing, pre-installation performance, and transmitter checking.

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