The RF-toolbox XL is supplied with 2×4 or 2×8 output cards. The gain and bandpass filter with a bandwidth of 32MHz can be set for each output of the RF toolbox XL. This frequency range can be set by the user. Each receiver therefore gets exactly the right signal at a strength that eliminates noise and intermodulation distortion. This makes the RF toolbox XL the ultimate nerve center for a set-up under demanding conditions with a larger number of receivers.
The RF-toolbox XL provides communication with the RF-toolbox booster or LPDA antenna and also power. The RF toolbox booster is an antenna amplifier that can control the level of individual antennas within a system and, for example, can compensate for the cable lengths for each antenna separately. With the RF-toolbox XL, the level of the radio signals can be closely monitored and can be optimally adjusted remotely via the RF toolbox booster. An RF toolbox XL can communicate with a maximum of 32 RF toolbox boosters or LPDA antennes.
The RF toolbox XL and connected RF toolbox booster can be controlled by PC via USB with the free RF toolbox software.