NAB Sneak Peek: V-Soft Plots RF Hazard

The job of working in radio often means working around radiofrequency emissions. Personnel may have no idea how much RF is “in the air.”

V-Soft has released RFHAZ 3, its latest RF hazard compliance software. This most recent version is based on the FCC’s OET #65 guidelines. It will be demonstrated at the NAB Show this spring.

Users of RFHAZ 3 will find it studies antenna arrays up to 16 bays, 50 microwatts/sq. cm. to 3,000 microwatts/sq. cm and uses antenna manufacturer-provided patterns or allows for editing of those patterns. It can also handle multiple stations and multiple arrays.

NAB Booth: C2023
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