MVG

MVG Solutions

The Microwave Vision Group develops cutting-edge technologies for the visualization of electromagnetic waves. By improving the speed and accuracy of wireless connectivity testing, as well as the performance and reliability of anechoic and EMC technologies, our systems have a crucial role to play in meeting the testing challenges in an interconnected world.

PUBLIC RF SAFETY

EME Spy Evolution

EME Spy Evolution

88.00 MHZ – 6000.00 MHZ

EME Spy Evolution is the latest exposimeter designed by MVG. It’s a light and portable RF safety personal monitoring device that performs continuous measurements of the human exposure level to electromagnetic fields (EMF).
This new version allows you to monitor up to 20 user-defined frequency bands to be chosen among 84 pre-defined bands.
EME Spy Evolution comes with an improved battery designed for longer measurement cycles.
Like the previous models, you can also conduct real-time monitoring of EMF levels on your PC or Smartphone.

Insite Free

Insite Free

0.10 MHZ – 6000.00 MHZ

INSITE Free performs narrow band analysis for safety perimeter definition or site certification. It is compatible with most spectrum analyzers available on the market.

EMF Visual Software

EMF Visual Software

EMF Visual software, reference in the industry, offers reliable and fast calculations. It allows the visualization of electromagnetic fields in a determined zone (near-field/far-field), taking into account the multiple emitters and their interaction with surrounding buildings. The fully upgraded software package offers new and enhanced features. It proposes an advanced mode that uses GPU resources to cover larger areas for exposure evaluation. It also enables the use of the GIS database or 3D objects conversion for a direct loading of virtual 3D scenes while interfacing with SketchUp software.

FlashRad EMF monitor

FlashRad

700MHz to 11 GHz

FlashRad is a safety wideband exposure monitoring system that performs continuous measurements of electromagnetic field (EMF) levels and exposure on buildings.